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10 Dishes To Bring To A Christmas Potluck

Because admit it, you're kind of looking forward to not having another takeout meal for holiday dinner, right?
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We're pretty sure your holiday party invites have been pouring in all month and you might be running out of ideas on what to bring for potluck. We found some yummy and easy-to-make dishes for all your parties. Your friends will be asking you for the recipes for sure!

  1. Fried Lumpiang Adobo
    Love lumpia and adobo? Well, this is one food mashup you will definitely love!

  2. Bacon-Wrapped Chicken Drumsticks
    Take your fried chicken game a notch higher—just add bacon! This trick will actually make your chicken juicier and add a hint of smoky flavor, too. So yum!

  3. Mashed Potato Balls with Cheesy Centers
    Once you pop one, we're predicting you won't be able to stop. These bite-sized umami bombs taste even better when dipped in gravy!

  4. Nutella-Dipped Microwaved Potato Chips
    Might be easier to buy a bag of chips and dip 'em in choco-hazelnut spread, but what's the fun in that? Besides, it'll only take you a few minutes to nuke your sliced potatoes! 

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  5. Cheesy Pizza Muffins
    You can actually make this ahead and store in an airtight container. Just let it thaw at room temperature (or pop in the microwave for a few seconds) and they're ready-to-eat! 

  6. Crab Sticks with Dip 
    You can serve these with a variety of dips depending on what your friends like!

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  7. Red Velvet Bonbons
    You know how everyone brings cake to the party and you end up with so much leftover because everyone wants to have a bit of each one? Well, with these cake pops, you can actually sample more than just one dessert. But we bet there won't be any leftovers with this one. 

  8. Gingersnap and Butter Pecan Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches
    Bake these cookies and ask your friends to bring a pint of their favorite ice cream flavor. Have a blast assembling your ice cream sandwiches after dinner!

  9. Brown Butter Madeleines
    Are you heading to an afternoon holiday tea? Why not bring a bunch of these with an assortment of jams? They even taste great on their own!

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  10. Surprise Chocolate Kiss Cookies
    These Russian tea cookies have a yummy surprise that your friends will love!

Let us know which ones you try and end up loving! And leave a comment with your own favorite recipes. :)

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