A potluck, in theory, is a great idea. It’s a great chance for everyone to bring their best dishes to the table, and just like that, you have a feast worthy of royalty. The work to create said feast is divided amongst everyone, and overall, it’s just fun!

However, it can also be a challenge. You look fervently in your kitchen, scrambling through your pantries and fridge with the age-old question on your mind– “What am I going to bring?” Never to fear, our amazing bloggers are here! From super easy one-pan dishes to impressive creations, our bloggers share fun recipes to bring to your next potluck, all of which can be found on the Food Monster App.


1. It’s Time For Your Casserole To Shine!
Vegan Enchilada Pasta Casserole

This is one of those recipes that you’ll make again and again – for potlucks, family gatherings, or otherwise. Plus you get all of the spice and flavor of Mexican food in the comforting shape of a casserole. Conscious Chris shows you how it’s done with this Enchilada Pasta Casserole.  This meaty, saucy masterpiece consists of noodles, meatless crumbles, and an enchilada sauce that is simply fantastic. Throw it in the oven and you have yourself a winning recipe.

2. Pick A Side, Any Side (Well, Put Some Thought Into It)
Vegan Garlic and Rosemary Hasselback Potatoes

Sometimes, a whole potluck party consists of side dishes. Do you know why? Because everyone loves side dishes. Amy Savage of Amy Savage Nutrition has an amazing Garlic and Rosemary Hasselback Potato Recipe that is sure to be a winner! Incredibly easy to make and with very few ingredients, you have a dish to bring that is both delicious and beautiful.

3. Finger Food Is Always A Good Choice
Vegan Asian-Inspired Cauliflower Wings

Gabrielle St. Claire, the creator of Eat Drink Shrink, created these Asian-Inspired Cauliflower Wings! This dish is effortless, fresh, slightly sweet, slightly spicy, the breading maintains itself even though it is only baked, and the sauce is universal and can be used for a variety of dishes! These bites are tender and crisp, and a surefire recipe to bring to your potluck.

4. Where There Are Chips, There Are Dips
Vegan Smoked Garlic Hummus

Creamy, garlicky, dippable deliciousness. When all else fails, bring a dip! This creamy Smoked Garlic Hummus by Logan and Lexus is incredibly easy to prepare, but it sure is delicious. The duo behind Lavender and Lavish utilizes simple ingredients, and just like that, you have an award-winning hummus in minutes.


5. Bring Sweet Treats
Vegan Baked Oreo Doughnuts

Do you have more of a sweet tooth and want to share your love of treats with your friends and family? You need to try making these amazing Baked Oreo Doughnuts by Holly Jade! The creator of The Little Blog of Vegan shows you how easy it is to make these stunning and delicious treats.They will be gone within minutes of serving, they’re that good! If you imagine a tasty Oreo cake, that’s what these taste like. The glaze complements the doughnut nicely and sets off the Oreo flavor even more! They’re soft, fluffy, light, and flavorful.

Still not too sure about what to bring to your gathering? Don’t worry, there are tons of recipes on Food Monster App. Over 10,000 recipes, in fact. It’s available for both Android and iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. Full of allergy-friendly recipes, subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!


Lead Image Source: Garlic and Rosemary Hasselback Potatoes