25 Easy Fall Potluck Ideas

Enjoy one of these delicious fall potluck recipes. There are a variety of options on the list so you are sure to find something you will enjoy.

These recipes are

  • Easy to make
  • Delicious
  • Perfect for a crowd
  • Full of fall flavors
  • Lots of recipes to choose from

You may need to double the ingredients in some of these recipes it just depends on how many people will be at your potluck.

Easy Fall Potluck Ideas

brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes, potatoes, sausages on a baking pan

1. Fall Vegetable Sausage Sheet Pan

The first recipe on the list shows you how to make the best fall sheet pan recipe. This is a great recipe to use with your fall vegetables. This recipe is loaded with sweet potatoes, brussels sprouts, sausages, herbs, and apples.

Get this recipe on Cooking Classy.

2. Cranberry Chicken

This is the perfect fall chicken recipe to make that uses cranberries. For this recipe, you will top chicken thighs with a great cranberry glaze. The glaze is made with added ingredients like apple cider vinegar and honey. This is a one-pan recipe so that makes cleanup easy.

Get this recipe on Well Plated.

pumpkin chili

3. Pumpkin Chili

Everyone is sure to love this delicious warm pumpkin chili. This chili is loaded with beans, garlic, onions, pumpkin puree, homemade chili seasoning, and a few other ingredients. This recipe is very customizable so you can substitute things according to your taste. You can switch out the meat or you can make it vegan.

Get this recipe on Budget Bytes.

4. Roasted Harvest Chicken

Here is another delicious fall-inspired chicken recipe that would be perfect to take to your potluck dinner. For this recipe, you will fill a sheet pan with marinated chicken and harvest vegetables. Some of the ingredients include baby potatoes, sweet potatoes, zucchini, apples, and bacon.

Get this recipe on Flavor and Savour.

Balsamic Glazed Brussels Sprouts with Bacon

5. Maple Bacon Brussels Sprouts

The perfect side dish to bring to your potluck. These brussels sprouts are baked until they are nice and tender and are combined with bacon and a maple glaze. A delicious sweet and savory dish to enjoy at your potluck.

Get this recipe on The Surburban Soap Box.

6. Cranberry Brie Bites

These little cranberry brie bites are the perfect bite-sized appetizers to bring to your fall potluck. You will need a muffin pan to make this recipe that you will fill with crescent dough and brie. They are topped with a delicious cranberry orange filling that is topped with nuts and rosemary.

Get this recipe on Yellow Bliss Road.

cranberry meatballs

7. Cranberry Meatballs

Your guests are sure to love these tasty cranberry meatballs. Everyone will be asking for seconds. These meatballs are baked and then they are topped with a delicious cranberry sauce. This recipe does use ground pork but you can substitute it for ground beef, veal, or lamb.

Get this recipe on Jo Cooks.

8. Glazed Carrots

This is a quick side dish that you can make for your potluck that you can have ready in 20 minutes. This recipe shows you how to make tender glazed carrots that are combined with a tasty brown sugar butter mixture.

Get this recipe on Dinner At The Zoo.

9. Roasted Butternut Squash

Here is another simple side dish that shows you how to make roasted butternut squash perfectly. This recipe uses a few simple ingredients and it is very easy to make.

Get this recipe on Love and Lemons.

10. Sweet Potato Casserole

Here is a great dish to make for holiday dinners. This recipe shows you how to make a tasty sweet potato casserole that is topped with marshmallows and pecans.

Get this recipe on Spend With Pennies.

11. Pumpkin Dip

This is a great dip that has a similar taste to apple pie. It would make the perfect appetizer for you to take to your potluck. You can serve it with crackers, chips, or fruits.

Get this recipe on The Girl Who Ate Everything.

12. Pumpkin Soup

Make a big pot of pumpkin soup to take to your potluck. This smooth creamy thick soup is full of pumpkin flavors. It is filled with a few simple ingredients and it tastes amazing. Serve with crusty bread.

Get this recipe on Recipe Tin Eats.

pumpkin soup

13. Pork Chops and Apples

This is a great fall recipe that uses apples and pork chops. This recipe is made in all one pan which I love because it makes cleanup super easy. For this recipe, you will combine seasoned pork chops with apples, and onions.

Get this recipe on The Chunky Chef.

14. Maple Glazed Pork Tenderloin

Here is an easy pork tenderloin recipe for you to make. This recipe has a sweet and smoky flavor. The pork tenderloin is topped with a tasty maple glaze. You will need to plan for about 30 minutes of cooking time to make this recipe.

Get this recipe on Mel’s Kitchen Cafe.

15. Homemade Dinner Rolls

Everyone is sure to love these delicious soft dinner rolls. These homemade dinner rolls are buttery and fluffy. They will go with just about any main dish.

Get this recipe on The Country Cook.

16. Stuffed Zucchini Boats

Use up your zucchini’s and make these zucchini boats. They are topped with a sausage filling and cheese. This is a low-carb recipe to make for your potluck.

Get this recipe on Dinner At The Zoo.

17. Meatloaf

Make a homemade meatloaf to take to your fall potluck dinner. This recipe shows you how to make a delicious tender meatloaf that is topped with a tasty tangy and sweet glaze.

Get this recipe on Natashas Kitchen.

18. Homemade Chili

Chili is the perfect dish to enjoy on a chilly fall day. This recipe shows you how to make a great pot of chili. It is loaded with beans, ground beef, and seasonings.

Get this recipe on The Wholesome Dish.

chili in a bowl

19. Turkey Chili

If you don’t want to use ground beef to make your chili you can use turkey. This healthy dish is loaded with ground turkey, beans, corn, and a few other ingredients. You can make this on the stove or in the slow cooker.

Get this recipe on Ambitious Kitchen.

20. Bean Chili

If you want your chili with no meats then this is the recipe for you to follow. This vegetarian chili is filled with a lot of delicious hearty ingredients and it is very flavorful.

Get this recipe on Cookie and Kate.

21. Roast Beef

This recipe shows you how to make the best roast beef. This recipe will take longer than the other recipes to make as you will cook it at a low temperature for a couple of hours. Serve with gravy.

Get this recipe on Simply Recipes.

22. Harvest Chicken Casserole

This is a great fall casserole for you to try. The casserole is loaded with chicken, brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes, and cheese. This is a filling meal you can have ready in 30 minutes.

Get this recipe on Healthy Fitness Meals.

pumpkin chocolate chip muffins

23. Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins

The last recipes on the list are dessert recipes you can make to take to your fall potluck. These muffins are full of pumpkin flavor combined with chocolate chips. 

Get this recipe on Go Money Mom.

24. Pumpkin Spice Cinnamon Rolls

This is a delicious pumpkin fall-inspired recipe that is sure to be gone in no time. These sweet fluffy cinnamon rolls are full of pumpkin flavor. They are topped with a cream cheese frosting. The perfect treat to enjoy at your potluck.

Get this recipe on My Baking Addiction.

25. Pumpkin Bread

The last recipe on the list shows you how to make pumpkin bread. This is an easy recipe to make that uses a few simple ingredients.

Get this recipe on Once Upon A Chef.

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25 Easy Fall Potluck Ideas

Delicious fall potluck recipes.
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time10 mins
Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Fall Potluck Ideas
Servings: 8
Calories: 400kcal

Ingredients

  • Pumpkin
  • Onion
  • Garlic
  • Broth

Instructions

  • Pick a recipe to make.
  • Follow the recipe instructions.
  • Gather all your ingredients.
  • Make the recipe and enjoy.

Notes

Nutrition, serving size, and cooking time may vary depending on which recipe you choose.