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This creamy chicken casserole will be your go-to recipe every time you sign your name under "main dish." Whether it's a company celebration or a family get-together, this hot dish is sure to have your friends begging for the recipe.
Need a last-minute recipe for a backyard gathering? This Greek Vegetable Salad is simple to toss together and can be ready to go in less than 30 minutes.
Chilled and spiced to perfection, this simple side dish is great alongside any potluck mainstay.
Sweet and spicy bean salad with a jalapeno pepper-cilantro kick is a perfect complement to a variety of other dishes. It's also a hit among vegetarian participants.
Reminiscent of a meatless chili, this heart-healthy stew is likely to be a hit at any party. Be sure to double the batch, as second helpings are common. Loaded with fiber, this recipe also contains a whopping six of Cleveland Clinic's vegetable picks.
Light ingredients make this typically fat-laden dish an acceptable option on your heart-healthy menu. This rich, cheesy dish will make you forget that it's low-calorie. Indulge guilt-free for only 3 grams of fat per serving.
Tip: Make this dish the day before (except for the crushed cornflake topping), refrigerate overnight, then bake just before leaving for the potluck.
Chock-full of tender-crunchy vegetables, hearty herbs, and fresh lemon, this dish shines at any gathering. You'll also love that it comes together in 25 minutes flat.
Tip: Cooked couscous should be eaten within a couple of days. For faster prep, freeze cooked couscous in recipe portions, then freeze for up to 3 months.
When you don't want the stress of keeping your dish at a certain temperature, go for a classic salad. This one fills the bill with fresh ingredients that balance the sweetness of the corn with the tang of vinaigrette dressing.
Tip: For an extra kick, add a few herbs (such as rosemary, cilantro, or basil) to the corn before grilling.
Watch how to roast veggies to bring out unbeatable sweetness.
Bringing the main dish to a potluck but have no time to cook? No problem! Our savory pork stew comes together in 20 minutes, simmers all day, and earns you genuine compliments. It's a no-brainer.
Don't bring just any dish -- bring this dish to your next potluck. This ziti lives up to its name, bringing hearty, homemade Italian flavors from the past back to life.
This quick and easy salad is bound to be a hit at any potluck. Fruit, almonds, and a tangy dressing top mixed greens to create a side that complements almost any main dish.
Savory and cute, these seafood sandwiches are flavor powerhouses. Easy to munch on while trading stories at a potluck table, they're sure to please.
Wow the other potluckers with this memorable dish. Pistachio nuts, dried cranberries, and chewy wheat berries bring lots of texture to this heart-healthy salad.
Wraps come in handy at any potluck -- they're easy to tote and easy to assemble on-site. Several low-fat ingredients transform this typically high-calorie treat into something special for every day. Plus, they feature three of Cleveland Clinic's top vegetable picks.
Tip: Cut these up and pin them with a toothpick to serve as a side dish rather than an entree.
Deliciously fresh, these asparagus spears can be made the night before so they're ready to go when you are! With only 21 calories per serving, you can enjoy them in place of a salad.
Tip: Sesame seeds boast high levels of calcium and magnesium, essential to lowering blood pressure.
These skewered vegetables are a hit. Colorful, nutritious, and tasty, snacking on these kabobs is a fun way to eat your veggies. The low-calorie treat is also easy to transport to your picnic site.
Tip: For faster prep, purchase bags of assorted precut vegetables to save you cutting time.
This versatile dip will be a crowd favorite. Enjoy with your favorite vegetables, crackers, or pretzels.
Fat-free mayo and lime juice help keep the fat and calorie count low. In fact, this recipe contains less than 1 gram of fat per serving. Since it's a hit with crowds, it's good to know this recipe doubles easily.
Beets, fennel, and walnuts contain properties that fight cholesterol, heart disease, and high blood pressure. Goat cheese adds an interesting twist on the other flavors. Don't like goat cheese? Try feta instead.
Tip: Purchase beets that are small or medium-size and have no wet or soft spots. Store them unwashed in the refrigerator for up to 4 weeks.
This creamy chicken main dish is satisfying and heart-healthy. You'll feel good about providing a delicious but nutritious part of the meal that's loaded with vegetables. Keep it warm in a slow cooker or an insulated pan.
This fresh, tangy salad will be gone in no time. The assemble-only recipe is perfect for when you don't have time to cook but still want to serve a homemade dish.
Apples, carrots, and sweet pepper add plenty of crunch, while ginger-soy dressing adds a touch of sweetness. Experiment with various colors of cabbage -- this veggie is known to reduce heart inflammation that leads to blocked arteries.
Tip: Look for cabbage with uniform color and no dark spots, which indicate spoilage. Test a leaf by breaking it in half. If it crunches, the cabbage is fresh.
This sweet salad can be served as a side dish or a dessert. With the flavors of fresh citrus fruits and anise, it's quick, easy, and delicious.
Both the taste and the look of these peppers will impress fellow potluck-goers. Ready in just 25 minutes, these appetizers can be chilled up to four hours before your event.
This salad is simple to put together and makes a beautiful presentation. Fresh vegetables combined with pasta and feta create a dish that will disappear in no time.
This no-cook recipe is easy to assemble and tastes great. Shrimp, avocado, and tomato come together flawlessly in this tasty treat. Make the topper ahead of time and assemble this appetizer once you reach your destination.
Watch out -- these tangy meatballs will go fast. With hints of cranberry and clove, these meatballs are a delightful change from their simple barbecue counterparts. The slow cooker makes this recipe essentially stress-free; assemble up to 24 hours ahead and plug it in when the time is right.
This hearty concoction takes only 20 minutes to assemble before the slow cooker takes over to finish the job. Meat, olives, and raisins come together to create a surprising melody of flavors that won't be soon forgotten.