A Potluck Party Brought To You By Your Crockpot!
Crockpot cooking is fun, easy and comforting; adjectives that also describe a potluck. Get your creative juices flowing, and watch as your guests do the same!
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Break the ice with finger food, such as meatballs, nuts and apricot kielbasa slices.
Apricot Kielbasa Slices
Easiest Swedish Meatballs in Crockpot
Creamy Crab Dip
Little Smokies Appetizers
Prepare foods that are homey and hearty! Encourage your guests to do the same.
Crockpot Macaroni Pie
Slow Cooked Aromatic Pot Roast
Amish Pork Chops
Brown Sugar Chicken
End the meal with some satisfying desserts, like pies, cakes and cobblers.
Crockpot Apple Pie
Crockpot Chocolate Peanut Butter Pudding Cake
Crock-Pot Peach Cobbler
Fitzpatrick Crockpot Candy
Crockpot Caramel Apple Nachos
Your crockpot has done enough work already, but these drinks will be a cinch to make too!
- Make things a little competitive by telling your guests that there will be a vote on the best tasting dish. You’re sure to get some real effort from everyone, and things will get a little more interesting. Give the winner a small prize like an oven timer.
- Ask guests to RSVP a week ahead of time so you have a head count when you go to the grocery store to pick up plastic ware, plates, bowls and cups.
- If your guests ask you if you need any help, say yes! Throwing a potluck, and especially one that has a theme, can be hard work. If a few of your guests (preferably the ones you know best) can help you clean up, things will be a lot easier at the end of the night.
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