7 Adventist Potluck Dishes Ranked According to Awesomeness
Been invited to potluck but don’t know what to bring? Here is the definitive ranking of your options:
No self-respecting Adventist congregation can go for too long without serving haystacks. They are simple, crunchy deliciousness. Especially if you use Fritos.
2) Special K Loaf
We’re not just putting Special K Loaf on this list because you would have to use a Kellogg’s product and the Kelloggs were Adventist. Our love for this warmly satisfying dish goes much deeper. It’s Adventist comfort food at its best, and it will taste good no matter how bad special music was earlier.
3) Eggplant Lasagna
Ahhh… how could you say no to all that cheesy goodness! Plus, it’s got a vegetable, so it’s basically a superfood😜
If you’ve got Filipinos at your church you’ve for sure had this at potluck. Noodles done right!!!
5) Potato Casserole
It’s hard (yet not impossible) to mess this one up. Creamy, filling, and easily paired with just about anything.
6) Tofu Creation
No Adventist potluck is complete without someone bringing a tofu dish. BarelyAdventist is partial to just about any Southeast Asian tofu delicacy. Just make sure you fry it up nice and crispy and don’t skimp on the seasoning.
7) Veggie Dogs
Regardless of your brand of choice, these unassuming lengths of processed protein can save the day if you have no time to prep for potluck. Just heat them up and serve.
This article originally appeared on BarelyAdventist, a humor and satire site for Adventists who believe in laughter.