Company potlucks can be a great way to connect with coworkers in a relaxed setting, but the prep can be stressful. Deciding what to make that will be appropriate for the setting and something that appeals to all tastes and dietary needs can be a real challenge. Not to mention finding a recipe that is easy, quick, and relatively foolproof. If your potluck contribution can be a little more interesting than the typical pasta salad, that’s a bonus. We’ve got you covered. Here are 3 simple yet delicious dishes that will be a hit at your next company get together.
Appetizer: 5 Minute Lentil Dip
This lentil dip will appeal to the masses. It’s a vegan recipe, but so savory and delicious that that meat eaters will like it too. It’s a change up from the typical hummus spread or salsa dip so it will be a unique addition to the collective spread. The best part is there no real “cooking” involved, just blending the ingredients together. You can find the recipe here: https://simpleveganblog.com/5-minute-lentil-dip/
Main Dish: Two for One Stuffed Party Pinwheels
These pinwheels are a little bit fancier than your typical party sub. With all the flavorful seasonings of garlic, curry, basil, and peppers, these wraps are an interesting twist on the classic potluck finger food. It’s also a healthy option, with lots of veggie options and using whole wheat tortillas. The mayonnaise in the sandwiches could easily be switched out for a mustard. The recipe is also easily scalable to make it for as many people as necessary. Check out the Party Pinwheels recipe here: http://www.midwestliving.com/recipe/chicken/stuffed-party-pinwheels
Dessert: No Bake Oreo Truffles
These truffles are divine. They are rich, creamy and chocolatey, all important components for a decadent dessert. But unlike other dessert recipes, there are only three (yes three!) ingredients and no baking involved. These little treats are excellent finger food, which makes them a good fit for a potluck where people will be mingling while they enjoy their meal. They are low to no mess from beginning to end. Here’s the recipe for the east dessert recipe you’ll find: https://www.popsugar.com/food/-Bake-Oreo-Truffle-Recipe-Food-Video-36765109