40 Easy Potluck Ideas
From gluten free appetizers to gluten free casseroles, we've got you covered for your next potluck!
By: Amy Finn, Editor, FaveGlutenFreeRecipes.com
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If you've ever wondered what you could possibly bring to a potluck that would satisfy both gluten-eaters and gluten-free friends alike, look no further than this list of 40 Easy Potluck Ideas. All of these dishes are sure to grab everyone's attention and delight their taste buds. From gluten free side dishes to gluten free desserts, there is something for everyone to enjoy in this collection.
As with most potluck recipe ideas, these recipes are all easy to make and simple to transport. Whether you're invited to a potluck at church, at work, or with friends, any of these recipes will be a hit. Share these gluten free potluck dishes with your fellow celiacs and those who can eat gluten; both groups will devour your dish and beg for the recipe. When someone asks you what they can make for you when you come over, send them the link to this collection so they have plenty of ideas for every part of the meal.
These gluten free potluck ideas are meant to be shared! You'll be surprised at how quickly your dish disappears. We suggest you save yourself a serving, or else you may not get to indulge in your own gluten free creation.
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Gluten Free Appetizers
Make any of these awesome appetizers for your next potluck get together. You and your friends will absolutely love any and all of these amazing dishes.
You'll have to be careful not to fill up on these appetizers. They're so tasty; it's hard to stop eating them once you've started. These appetizers could even be used as gluten free side dishes!
Gluten Free Casseroles
Since these recipes are so easy to whip up, these gluten free Casseroles are perfect to bring to potlucks. Everything fits in one big dish, so it's super easy to pick up and carry with you.
You also don't have to worry about making enough for everyone because these gluten free casseroles can feed plenty. All your friends and family will ask for seconds after trying these amazing recipes.
Gluten Free Side Dishes and Veggies
Some of the best potluck ideas are cold dishes since you don't have to worry about keeping them warm or reheating them. These gluten free side dishes are so easy to make but still delicious. Make any of these recipes for something super simple to take with you to your next potluck.
Gluten Free Desserts
Everyone will love when you bring these gluten free desserts to your next potluck. You'll want to show off these recipes once you've created them for yourself. Super tasty and easy to bake, these potluck ideas will definitely make you the star of the party.
If you're still at a loss for what you should bring to the church potluck, look no further than the Cheesy Cauliflower Pizza Gluten Free Casserole. With just fifteen minutes of prep time, it's the perfect thing to make at the last minute.
Everyone is going to want a piece of this gluten free casserole, so make sure to make a big batch. It's kid-friendly, so if you have gluten free kids, then you're going to want to make this gluten free pizza casserole tonight.
What to Avoid at a Potluck When You're Gluten Free
Answer: almost everything.
The sad thing for most celiacs is that unless you've made the dish yourself or another gluten free person has made it, you can never really be 100% sure that it's safe for you to eat. This makes going to potlucks especially difficult because you want to be able to participate in this community building activity and enjoy the foods your friends have made.
If you're the only gluten free person attending the potluck, you should just bring a gluten free dish that you can eat. You'll still be able to attend the potluck and chat with your friends, but since no one can safely make food for you and your allergy, it's perfectly acceptable to bring a meal just for you. Of course, you can always make a bigger dish and share it with the rest of the potluck, but make sure that you get enough of it first.
If there are more people with food allergies attending the potluck, it would make the most sense to separate the different foods. Keep the gluten free food at one of the table and label it clearly so everyone knows (this advice applies to other severe food allergies like nuts and dairy as well).
If you're standing in the potluck line with your plate and you're unsure what a dish was made with (maybe it's naturally gluten free!), just ask. No one will be offended if you explain that you have a specific allergy and you'd like to eat the dish, but you need to double check that it's safe for you.
What's your favorite potluck dish?
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