‘Tis the season of holiday potlucks, which brings with it the challenge of what to bring and how to make it as easy and quick to prepare as possible. It has to feed a crowd and stand up to the other dishes on the table. These five popular potluck dessert recipes will be the first to go and have everyone wondering what your secret is.
For these easy-to-make snacks, you need pretzel rods, caramels, evaporated milk, mini chocolate chips, butterscotch chips, chocolate toffee bits and chopped walnuts. The recipe is straightforward and what you’re left with are sticks of delicious goodies.
Forget the chocolate peanut butter cups, this is the real deal. This recipe is as simple as it gets. You’ll need a pie shell — frozen or refrigerated — vanilla pudding mix, milk, semisweet chocolate chips and peanut butter chips (see recipe for quantities). All you need to do is make the vanilla pudding and split it in two portions. In one portion, mix in the chocolate chips until melted. In the second portion, mix in the peanut butter chips until melted. Pour over the cooked pie shell and refrigerate until set. Voilà!
Nothing says comfort at a holiday party like a crisp. And the perfect twist on the traditional apple crisp is blackberry (or peach, or whatever your preference). All you need is blackberries, light brown sugar, salt (or kosher salt), granola and unsalted butter. If you want to go the extra mile, make these into individual portions.
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