Any potluck ideas?????!

Question: Any potluck ideas?????
Were kids in grade nine , nothing to complicated, no pop, chips or anything fatty like that

thanks in advance :))


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Simple: veggies or fruit with dip (ranch dressing for veggies). Or some sliced cheese and crackers on a tray.

A little more work: spinach dip. Can be served in a hollowed-out round loaf of bread--use the scooped-out bread for dipping (I've done it, but not with this recipe). Make sure, though, that you squeeze ALL of the water out of the frozen spinach.…

A bit more complex: Lasagna (directions found on the box of noodles) or a pasta salad.…… Salad……… Salad

Here's an easy one:

Kielbasa (Polish Sausage) Skewers

1 Pkg. of bamboo skewers-the short ones if possible not the long ones because you'll need more ingredients (soaked in water for about 30 min.)

1-2 pkgs. of Hillshire Farms Kielbasa (Polish Sausage)-Cut into 2 inch pcs. in length

4 Bellpeppers (2 Green & 2 Red)-washed, seeds removed, cut into 2 inch squares

1 Large white onion-peeled and cut into quarters or about 2 inch squares

Once you have all of your ingredients prepared, start inserting them onto the bamboo skewers. Place the ingredients close together. Bake on a large cookie sheet for about 15-20 min. on the middle rack of the oven at 375 degrees. Enjoy. NOTE: If you don't want to skewer all of this, you can just combine all of the ingredients and either bake or saute' everything until the onions & peppers get tender. It's easy & tastes good.

I'm a personal chef.

Chicken Wings are always a hit. You can get them pre-made and just heat them up.

Cheese, lunchmeats, crackers, nuts, sweet tea or lemonade. They are simple, healthy, and snacklike.

A salad bar? Assign each student to bring one item that will make up the salad bar.

Good luck.

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