33 Potluck Recipes for Your 13x9 Pan (2024)

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33 Potluck Recipes for Your 13x9 Pan (1)Julie MeyersUpdated: Feb. 01, 2024

    It's easy to feed a crowd with these 13x9 potluck appetizers, side dishes, breakfast casseroles and desserts. Take one along to parties, holiday brunches and other celebrations.

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    Baked Spaghetti

    Every time that I make this cheesy baked spaghetti, I get requests for the recipe. It puts a different spin on pasta and is great for any meal. The leftovers, if there are any, also freeze well for a quick dinner later in the week. —Ruth Koberna, Brecksville, Ohio

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    Chocolate Mint Brownies

    One of the best things about this recipe is that these mint chocolate brownies get moister if you leave them in the refrigerator for a day or two. The problem at our house is that no one can leave them alone for that long! —Helen Baines, Elkton, Maryland

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    Fold-Over Tortilla Bake

    Here’s something a little different to shake up taco night. But don’t reserve this zippy dish for a weeknight—it’s perfect for potlucks and serving company, too. something a little different from the usual tacos. It's special enough for potlucks or dinner guests. —Deborah Smith, DeWitt, Nebraska

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    Double Nut Baklava

    It may take some time to make this rich, buttery treat, but it's well worth the effort! The blend of coconut, pecans and macadamia nuts is irresistible. —Kari Kelley, Plains, Montana

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    Classic Chocolate Cake

    If you need to learn how to make chocolate cake from scratch, this easy homemade chocolate cake recipe is a perfect place to start. It appeared on a can of Hershey's cocoa way back in 1943. I tried it, my boys liked it, and I've been making it ever since. —Betty Follas, Morgan Hill, California

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    Cuban Sliders

    These wonderful little rolls are baked until lightly toasted and the cheese melts. The leftover King's Hawaiian ham sliders keep really well in the fridge, and they make a lovely cold snack. Followers of my blog, houseofyumm.com, go nuts for these! —Serene Herrera, Dallas, Texas

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    Lemon Coconut Bites

    The tangy lemon flavor of this no-fuss dessert is especially delicious on a warm day. It gives me delightful flashbacks of selling lemonade on the sidewalk as a little girl. —Donna Biddle, Elmira, New York

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    Pepperoni-Sausage Stuffed Pizza

    For 30 years, friends have been telling me to open a pizzeria using this recipe. It even freezes well. —Elizabeth Wolff, Carmel, Indiana

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    Pecan Cake with Cookie Butter Frosting

    My mom and I bought a jar of cookie butter to try it out, and we fell in love with it. I knew the flavor would go well with maple syrup and pecans, so I came up with this cake. I like to make a pretty design on the top of the cake with pecan halves. —Natalie Larsen, Columbia, Maryland

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    Double-Layer Cheesecake Bars

    Can't choose between chocolate and vanilla cheesecake? Have both when you make this bar recipe with two distinct layers. —Andrea Price, Grafton, Wisconsin

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    Creamy Make-Ahead Mashed Potatoes

    With five different dairy products, you know this make-ahead mashed potato casserole is going to be super rich and, of course, delicious. It gets even better topped with onions and bacon! —JoAnn Koerkenmeier, Damiansville, Illinois

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    Sticky Cinnamon-Sugar Monkey Bread

    You can do all the prep work for this monkey bread the night before. I prepare the dough pieces and put all the sauce ingredients in the pan so it's ready for the morning. You can sprinkle chopped nuts in with the dough pieces before pouring the sauce on and baking. — Diana Kunselman, Rimersburg, Pennsylvania

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    Banana Sundae Dessert

    This banana sundae dessert is sure to be a family favorite! You get a taste of chocolate, banana and strawberries in every bite of the frosty treat. It does take a while to assemble, but it's worth it in my book. —Caroline Wamelink, Cleveland Heights, Ohio

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    Holiday Brunch Casserole

    If you'll be having overnight company during the holidays, you may want to consider this hearty casserole. Guests will be impressed with its bountiful filling and scrumptious flavor. It's the perfect Easter breakfast or Christmas casserole. —Nelda Cronbaugh, Belle Plaine, Iowa

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    Chocolate Chip Cookie Delight

    This is a simple chocolate dessert recipe for any type of potluck occasion, and the pan always comes home empty. —Diane Windley, Grace, Idaho

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    Bacon Cheeseburger Slider Bake

    I created this dish to fill two pans because these sliders disappear fast. Cut the recipe in half if you want one batch. —Nick Iverson, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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    co*keCola Cake

    We live in Coca-Cola country, where everyone loves a chocolaty, moist sheet cake made with the iconic soft drink. Our rich version does the tradition proud. —Heidi Jobe, Carrollton, Georgia

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    A friend once told me about a potato dish her mother used to make. She remembered that Swiss cheese and butter were standouts. Here's my re-creation—and my friend actually liked it better than her mom’s version. —Barb Templin, Norwood, Minnesota

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    Almond-Coconut Lemon Bars

    Give traditional lemon bars a tasty twist with the addition of almonds and coconut. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

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    Creamy Taco Dip

    You'll know this snack is a hit at your next gathering when you come home with an empty pan! —Denise Smith, Lusk, Wyoming

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    Strawberry Pretzel Salad

    Need to bring a dish to pass this weekend? This make-ahead strawberry pretzel salad will disappear quickly at any potluck. —Aldene Belch, Flint, Michigan

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    Buffalo Chicken Lasagna

    This recipe was inspired by my daughter's favorite food—Buffalo wings! It tastes as if it came from a restaurant. —Melissa Millwood, Lyman, South Carolina

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    Potluck Banana Cake

    I found this recipe more than five years ago and have been making it for family gatherings ever since. The coffee-flavored frosting complements the moist banana cake. —Kathy Hoffman, Topton, Pennsylvania

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    Italian Sausage Egg Bake

    This hearty entree warms up any breakfast or brunch menu with its herb-seasoned flavor. —Darlene Markham, Rochester, New York

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    Peanut Butter Custard Blast

    "Ooey, gooey, great!" is how friends and family describe this chocolate-peanut butter dessert. I appreciate the make-ahead convenience. —Marilee Evenson, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin

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    Overnight Pumpkin French Toast Casserole

    Recipes that don't tie me to the kitchen—that’s what I’m all about. I make this luscious dish the night before breakfast or brunch with guests. —Patricia Harmon, Baden, Pennsylvania

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    Candy Bar Brownies

    The two kinds of candy bars baked into these brownies make them an extra-special treat. —Sharon Evans, Clear Lake, Iowa

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    Bacon Potato Bake

    This cheesy potato casserole is always popular. It's a nice change from mashed potatoes and with a bread crumb and crumbled bacon topping, it looks as good as it tastes. —Helen Haro, Yucaipa, California

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    Blueberry Angel Dessert

    Make the most of angel food cake, pie filling and whipped topping by creating this light impressive dessert that doesn't keep you in the kitchen for hours. It's the perfect way to end a summer meal. —Carol Johnson, Tyler, Texas

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    Vegetable Strata

    We always serve food at our Bunco games, and since one of us is a vegetarian we like to make fun meatless dishes we can all enjoy. This strata can easily be doubled and tastes fantastic hot or at room temperature. —Doris Mancini, Port Orchard, Washington

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    Taste of Home

    My husband and I love to have a hot breakfast, but find it difficult with two kids. This dish is excellent to prepare the night before and bake the next day for your family or to take into work to share with co-workers—there are never any leftovers.—Jennifer Berry, Lexington, Ohio

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    Fudgy S'mores Brownies

    I combined the perfect summer snack with my favorite brownie recipe to get these s'mores brownies. They're sure to wow at your next big party. —Judy Cunningham, Max, North Dakota

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    Originally Published: July 11, 2018

    33 Potluck Recipes for Your 13x9 Pan (2024)

    FAQs

    What is a 9x13 baking dish used for? ›

    The 9-inch by 13-inch baking dish is a workhorse in any kitchen, available in glass, ceramic, or metal. Use this versatile vessel for everything from cheesy potatoes au gratin to comforting casseroles, roasted meats, and vegetables to cakes, crisps, crumbles, and cobblers.

    How many main dishes for a potluck? ›

    So, how many dishes will you need? "People love trying different things at potlucks, so it's best to offer two to three dishes of each category (appetizer, salad, main, dessert)," says Levitt.

    How many people will a 9x13 dish serve? ›

    Starchy side dishes and casseroles: a 9 X 13 pan makes about 12 one cup servings.

    Can you bring anything to a potluck? ›

    The point of a potluck is to share with your community and contribute however you are able to. As a guest, if you can bring a giant salad, bring giant salad. If you can bring a bottle of wine, bring a bottle of wine. If you can contribute cash to pay for food, then pay up.

    Does potluck food need to be homemade? ›

    Potluck food should be plate-based. Unless you plan on bringing a stash of disposable bowls and spoons, it's best to stick to food that can be eaten off a plate with a fork. If you don't have time to cook, there's a world of store-bought food that is acceptable to bring to a potluck.

    Can I bring pizza to a potluck? ›

    Generally, when bringing food for a potluck, it's a kind of rule of thumb to provide enough so that everyone can have a serving of a particular dish. So, if you bring pizza, you'd have to make sure everyone got at least one slice. If the gathering is fairly large, you'll have to bring multiple pizzas.

    How many dishes should be on a menu? ›

    Miller, a cognitive psychology expert, found that most people can only retain seven pieces of information at a time. That doesn't mean you should only have seven menu items, but it does mean that you should consider categorizing your menu items and keeping the offerings within each category between three and seven.

    How many cups fit in a 9x13? ›

    For example, pans made by different manufacturers may vary slightly by depth—two inches versus 2¼ inches. But whether the pan's labeling says 13- by 9-inch or 9- by 13-inch, it should have a volume of about 14 cups (or 3.3 liters) and be the right size for most sheet cake or bar cookie recipes.

    Can you bake a cake in a glass 9x13? ›

    Here are the directions for baking our Betty Crocker Angel Food cake mix in a 13 x 9" pan. You can use metal or glass for this recipe. Happy baking!

    Can you bake a cake in a 9x13 glass pan? ›

    While a 9×13 glass pan is ideal for baking an angel cake, you can use other sizes such as a tube pan or round cake pans. Just be mindful of adjusting the baking time and keeping an eye on the cake as it bakes.

    What is the difference between 8x8 and 9x13 baking dishes? ›

    The area of a 9x13 pan is 117 square inches. The area of a 8x8 pan on the other hand, is 64 square inches, or close to half that of a 9x13 pan. This means you can scale a recipe down from a 9x13 pan to an 8x8 pan by simply halving the recipe. Conversely, to go from a 8x8 pan to a 9x13 pan, you double the recipe.

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