Yankee Magazine Church Suppers and Potluck Dinners Cookbook Recipes

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The parishioners of the Church of the Epiphany in Southbury, Connecticut, routinely package the...
An old-fashioned dessert that hasn’t lost an ounce of appeal over the years, Ambrosia is extremely...
Incredibly moist and flavorful, this is truly a heavenly dessert – not a speck of ginger in the...
Great taste, great color, and very, very good. Something magical happens when you blend red peppers...
Very light and not overly sweet. The poppy seeds add delicious texture. This is a good choice for a...
An excellent loaf with a hint of apple-pie taste built right in.
Fabulous! What a wonderful change of pace for brunch or lunch! Use an apple that will hold its...
An unusual recipe that’s easy to prepare and very good. It is best made with Granny Smith apples –...
We thought this light, refreshing salad made a terrific accompaniment for pork. Cortland apples...
A pleasant change of pace, especially attractive if baked in mini bundt pans. This bread freezes...
What a wonderful way to prepare pork for company! This is simple but elegant and has a wonderful...
Our tester called this “incredibly easy for something so good.” We loved the combination of apple-...
Perfect! Moist and delicious.
A classic apple pie, with just the right amount of sweetness. Our testers liked a mixture of apple...
Can you envision a potluck or a ham supper without baked beans? This recipe is a classic. No wonder...
An outstanding recipe for chowder that’s quick to make and very easy because it’s all made in the...
Smoked mozzarella and ripe plum tomatoes make this summer pasta casserole unforgettable. A great...
Our testers called this dish “easy and elegant – great dinner party fare.”
Ziti with carrots, peppers, and zucchini in a tasty cheese sauce. This is wonderful to take to a...
A particularly moist version of an old favorite. Especially good served warm from the oven, with...
The sauce makes the big difference here.
A huge hit! Kids love having their own mini loaves, and the basting helps keep the top from getting...
Very good! You can use the same dish for marinating and baking; just let it stand at room...
This one’s a keeper! Rich and delicious, it looks and tastes like a lot more work than it really is...
Outstanding! A creamy, cheesy chili mixture baked between biscuit layers. A great supper to rustle...
Very quick and easy, and a great way to add variety to leftovers.
A good hot-and-spicy dish that’s even better reheated the next day. Use firm baking apples, such as...
Similar to Chinese pepper steak, but does not need a pressure cooker.
Onion soup mix adds American ingenuity to this Russian classic.
A meat loaf with a brand-new taste destined to become an old favorite.
A good sturdy version of an old favorite.
Simple and very good. A very healthy choice for a family dinner.
A beautiful summer pie that’s assembled in no time if you make the syrup a day ahead.
Quick to prepare and lighter than standard nachos, this dish is especially good with corn fresh...
A great soup for an elegant summer dinner. The recipe is based on a Swedish dish for which...
A rich and easy shortbread from Holland.
With its distinctively tart yogurt sauce, this is particularly good served with wheat pilaf.
All New Englanders know that Boston Cream Pie is not a pie at all, but a cake. And this version is...
If you’d rather start with the canned variety, try this Kennebunk, Maine, way to doctor them up –...
A great dish for a brunch–especially when your house is filled with visitors. Just mix up the...
A great choice for brunch or supper. Broccoli quiche is delicious served with toasted French bread...
Tired of the same old spinach salad? Here’s a delicious alternative made with good-for-you broccoli...
Easy and well loved by many.
Whether you are in the mood for a vegetarian main dish or just an extra-tasty side dish, this...
Is this a pudding or a cake? As the dessert bakes, the cake rises to the top, leaving a fudgy layer...
Very moist, and great with coffee. This can be made the night before and served the next morning,...
A very good recipe and very easy to make, best served piping hot from the oven. Be sure to invert...
Easily prepared in less than 15 minutes, this dish tastes great – and all the ingredients are...
This traditional Scandinavian yeast bread is time-consuming to make, but it looks as good as it ...
The yogurt keeps these delightfully moist muffins fresh for days (if you can hold on to them that...
Carrots and dill are a winning combination, but you can substitute tarragon if you prefer. This...
Whether you call them ceci beans, chickpeas, or garbanzos, these beans are tasty and good for you...
A favorite every time! If you’re not feeding a crowd, freeze one loaf (either before or after...
Couscous, composed of little beads of semolina pasta, is an excellent comfort food with a...
Needs no gravy, good hot or cold.
Easy to make and wonderfully versatile. Try it with any type of fruit pie filling or with fresh or...
Similar to a traditional pecan pie, but much lighter and not as sweet. Under the pecans, the...
Scrumptious! A Greek recipe that was brought to America by the contributor’s father at the turn of...
This recipe arrived via Ellis Island with the contributor’s father, Louis Janus Vici, around the...

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