Healthy Fall Potluck Recipes

These healthy fall potluck recipes will help keep your healthy eating plan intact whenever you're heading to a tailgate or fall party. With our collection of low-calorie potluck classics—tangy barbecue ribs, deviled eggs, and more—you're sure to find a healthy recipe to share.

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    Apricot Chipotle Pork Ribs

    Sweet apricots temper smoky chipotle peppers to give these ribs serious layered flavor that's not for the faint of heart. Each serving of this low-calorie potluck recipe packs in 25 grams of protein and has only 314 calories.

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    Soft Pretzels

    Put a twist on traditional potluck recipes with a batch of homemade pretzels. Everyone will love their soft, doughy texture and the sprinkling of seeds or salt on top.

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    Big-Batch Vegetarian Lentil Chili

    A steaming ladleful of chili is a delicious way to warm up at your fall potluck or tailgate. This healthy fall potluck recipe features beans and lentils for a fiber-packed option high in protein.

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    Chicken Bratwurst and Onions with Broccoli Slaw Salad

    Everyone loves sinking their teeth into a brat fresh off the grill. You'll be the most popular person at the party when you bring these brats topped with tangy slaw to your next fall potluck.

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    Four-Cheese Butternut Squash Macaroni and Cheese

    Believe it or not, this cheesy masterpiece has only 266 calories per serving. Mashed butternut squash gives this healthy potluck recipe an even creamier texture and comforting fall flavor.

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    French Chopped Salad

    Inspired by salad Nicoise, our veggie-loaded chopped salad recipe is a healthy option for your next potluck. We love the combination of protein-packed eggs and olives, romaine, and tender potatoes in this healthy potluck side. But toss in your favorite veggies, too.

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    Roasted Tomato and Mushroom Pasta Salad

    Transition the last of your summer tomatoes into a bright and fresh fall pasta salad! Stirring in roasted mushrooms and tomatoes gives this potluck recipe a taste of smoky fall flavor.

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    Balsamic Honey Pulled Pork Sliders

    Serve up a tray of saucy pulled pork sliders at your fall gathering. This low-calorie potluck recipe made in the slow cooker features a homemade honey barbecue sauce with a fresh hint of rosemary and thyme.

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    Onion-Jalapeno Corn Bread

    Not all potluck recipes require you to spend all day in the kitchen to wow the crowd. When you make zesty onion-jalapeno corn bread, your slow cooker does most of the work for you! When it's done, just step back and watch this easy potluck recipe disappear.

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    Ranch Deviled Eggs

    Complete your fall potluck with creamy, ranch-infused deviled eggs. The secret to keeping this classic potluck recipe healthy is using low-fat, protein-rich Greek yogurt in the filling.

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    Five-Spice Chicken Wings

    Just five ingredients combine for a flavor-loaded take on chicken wings that skips the calories and sugar of barbecue sauce. Our combo of plum sauce and five-spice powder gives this healthy potluck dish a kick that won't ruin your diet.

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    Potato Salad with Sausage and Grainy Mustard Dressing

    Potato salad is a must at any potluck, and we love ours with tangy coarse-grain mustard and a splash of cider vinegar. Cured sausage adds a hint of savory flavor, but each serving of this healthy potluck side has just 199 calories.

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    Best-Ever Dill Pickles

    Whether you pile 'em high on burgers or serve them as a snack, a batch of homemade pickles is a tasty potluck dish. Each serving bursts with tangy dill flavor, and at 36 calories, you can afford to indulge.

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    Apple Cider Buttons

    Each bite of these buttery button cookies has a taste of warm apple cider. A spoonful of cider mix gives this potluck recipe spiced goodness without adding extra calories or sugar.

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    Chicago-Style Dogs

    What's a potluck without a few hot dogs hot off the grill? Our potluck dinner recipe for hefty Chicago-style dogs is under 300 calories per serving, thanks to healthy but tasty toppers like cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, and relish.

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    Spinach-Artichoke Dip with Blue Cheese and Bacon

    Creamy spinach-artichoke dip is a classic party-starter. Studded with bacon and tangy blue cheese, our slimmed-down recipe has mighty flavor. Pack some pita chips to complete this fall potluck recipe.

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    Hamburger Cheese Bake

    Warm, melty, and hearty, this skinny casserole recipe features three kinds of cheese, but it will cost you only 311 calories per serving. The healthy duo of lean ground beef and simple seasonings keeps this potluck dinner recipe light.

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    No-Bake Butterscotch-Pretzel Bars

    These yummy no-bake bars feature a winning combo of salty pretzels, peanut butter, and sweet butterscotch. At under 200 calories a serving, this low-calorie potluck recipe deserves a spot on the dessert table.

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    Spicy Apple-Glazed Meatballs

    Lighten up a batch of meatballs by using low-fat ground beef and a homemade sauce. The fall-perfect apple glaze in this healthy potluck recipe has a hint of heat from cayenne pepper.

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    Coconut Sweet Potatoes and Wild Rice

    Looking for out-of-the-box healthy potluck ideas? Please everyone at your gathering with heaping bowls of our exotically flavored sweet potato casserole. Coconut and curry liven up the vitamin-packed duo of sweet potatoes and edamame.

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    Sloppy Turkey and Veggie Sandwiches

    Ground turkey teams with chopped veggies and seasoned tomatoes to make this easy, healthy potluck recipe a whole lot better. A dollop of our tangy goat cheese yogurt sauce is a fresh alternative to store-bought condiments.

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    Fresh and Light Dinner Recipes

    From salads to pastas to sandwiches, we've compiled a list of our favorite easy and light dinner recipes. We even have ideas for making steak into a light and refreshing meal! Plus, these recipes are filled with fresh ingredients, making them extra tasty and nutritious. These recipes prove that dinner doesn't have to be a covered in mounds of cheese and dripping with butter to be satisfying!
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