Share some sweets at your next get-together with our favorite potluck desserts. We have the desserts you've been dreaming of, including fresh fruit bars, chocolate brownies, and fun and easy cupcakes!
These pretty bars owe their flavor to butterscotch pudding and crushed candy bars. If you're the plan-ahead type, make these in advance and freeze them -- just set them out for 30 minutes before serving.
Serving these rich, sweet bars on a stick makes them perfect for potlucks. Serve them in a Mason jar or poke the sticks into a block of foam for an easy but efficient display.
This all-time favorite recipe makes 60 cookies, which is perfect for your next neighborhood get-together. The pumpkin cookies really do melt in your mouth, though, so prepare for these to go quickly!
Bake potluck-perfect cookies every time with our easy tips.
Learn how to make your own gluten-free flour! Double (or triple) the recipe to have flour on hand for future baking.
Rich peanut butter bars are topped with a layer of strawberry jam and heaps of fresh strawberries in this unbeatable potluck dessert. To make ahead of time, wrap the bars in foil and store at room temperature for up to 24 hours. Top with berries and jam just before serving.
Potluck guests are sure to go nuts over these salty-sweet low-cal treats. Walnuts and pecans make a perfectly crunchy topper.
Enjoy caramel apples without the sticky mess with our simple caramel apple bars recipe. These nutty treats are packed with brown sugar and smooth peanut butter. Best yet, they're a totally totable grab-and-go treat.
Coffee-lovers will swoon over this scrumptious chocolate treat! Chewy brownies are wedged between a flaky pastry crust and melted chocolate pieces in our coffee-infused bar.
Our tasty cupcakes are as cute as a frozen pop on a stick! Save some time by using cake and pudding mixes for your batter. Then go all out with our homemade orange and cream cheese frosting that's sure to make this treat the star of the potluck table.
Editor's Tip: Bring these cupcakes in an insulated carrier, then take them out at dessert time, so the heat doesn't make the frosting go bad.
Try a fresh take on dessert with zesty lemon-lime bars. A light sprinkling of powdered sugar adds a little sweetness to these tart bars.
Fellow potluckers will love the added candy bar surprise in these brownies. To finish, top with a cherry -- because everything's cuter with a cherry on top!
Toasted almonds, flaky coconut, and chocolate cookie sandwiches join together in this delish dessert that features warm chocolate sauce drizzled on each crumbly cookie bar!
Let your teeth sink in to one of these delectable pecan-cappuccino bars. The sweet and creamy caramel will invite you in, while the hearty oats and bold espresso flavor will have you reaching for more!
Step aside, German chocolate cake. There's a lighter chocolaty treat in town. With flaky coconut and toasted pecans, these smart cookies get a nutritional boost from oatmeal and flaxseed. Best of all, they weigh in at fewer than 100 calories a serving.
These fabulous potluck bars feature a hearty oats and brown sugar base, plus a mouthwatering butterscotch topping. Before the spread hardens, sprinkle with peanuts for some nutty crunch.
Get the party started with spiked raspberry lemonade cupcakes! A splash of berry liqueur in a fresh, zesty lemon cake will be the highlight of your next get-together. The lemon and raspberry garnish is a pretty finishing touch.
Relive the memory of biting into your favorite old-time candy bar. Creamy caramel and roasted peanuts on a delicious shortbread cookie take you back to the good old days. Sprinkle a few marshmallows over the crust before baking for chewy sweetness.
Chocolate. What more could a dessert need? Rich chocolate and cream cheese frosting takes this nutty, fudge-filled brownie over the top.
Out with the old and in with the new. Our buttery white chocolate brownies, complete with crunchy macadamia nuts, are a delicious spin on the traditional brownie treat.
A splash of orange juice gives these luscious blueberry cheesecake bars a citrus twist. Serve them as a dessert for brunch or as an early afternoon treat -- just make sure to keep them chilled if you're serving them outdoors.