These 8 Amazing Potluck Desserts Will Feed A Large Amount Of People

This simple-to-assemble potato salad is perfect for potlucks, picnics, and outings. It's a favorite especially when tomato plants yield a bumper crop. Feel free to add other fresh vegetables to suit your taste.

Italian Potato Salad

An eye-catching potluck salad traditionally served at Christmas by Jan Hemness from Stockton, Missouri. It features layers of gelatin in different flavors and colors, making it customizable for various holidays

7-Layer Gelatin Salad

A classic Southern dish ideal for church suppers or potlucks, known for its sweetness from pickles. Gene Pitts from Wilsonville, Alabama, shares this recipe that's sure to be a hit at any gathering.

Southern Potato Salad

Inspired by a friend's grandmother, this dish by Felicity Wolf from Kansas City, Missouri, is a summer favorite. It combines day-old bread with garden-fresh zucchini, tossed in a perfect vinaigrette.

Zucchini Panzanella Salad

Renee Page from Rochelle, Illinois, created this vibrant macaroni salad reminiscent of confetti. It's a fun dish with bright red and green bits, originally discovered in a church cookbook.

Confetti Macaroni Salad

Jackie Deckard from Solsberry, Indiana, reimagined her mother's potato salad to taste like loaded baked potatoes. It has become a family favorite and a staple at gatherings.

Loaded Baked Potato Salad

Carala Horne from Meridian, Mississippi, crafted this unique potluck salad featuring peppery arugula, sweet strawberries, and robust feta cheese. It's a winning combination.

Arugula Salad with Feta

Shirley Turpin from Williams, Minnesota, recreated a salad she enjoyed at a tropical-inspired restaurant. It features carrots with pineapple and coconut, sometimes enhanced with mandarin.

Coconut Carrot Salad