Holiday parties are a great way to show off your cooking skills. However, with shopping for gifts, and trying to have a social life outside of work, we understand that it can be difficult to find the time to whip up a five-star dish. That’s why we have come up with a few dishes that you can cook in less than an hour.
- Casseroles are one of the more popular dishes to bring to potlucks because they are easy to reheat and transfer. Transform your casserole into a crowd pleaser by cooking our Savory Broccoli Casserole or our No Noodle Chicken Casserole, which will leave your co-workers shocked at how healthy it is.
- Salads are a great quick and easy healthy option. Make your salad sweet by adding in fruit such as strawberries, oranges, blueberries, or pineapples and top with our Asian-inspired Signature Salad Dressing Sesame Ginger Dressing. Or make a bold statement with our Chili Salad, which includes red beans and our secret ingredient olives.
- Dips are one of the easier options if you’re pressed for time. Try our Chicken & Spinach Dip or Buffalo Chicken Dip which are great paired with celery or your favorite veggies.
- Desserts: the sweetest part of any meal and some would argue as the best part, have the most options. View the list below for our must have holiday flavored cookies, brownies, and cupcakes.
- Bake some of our delicious cookies such as:
Berry Good Cookies
Chocolate Almond Cookies
- Another popular dessert choice to bring to potlucks is brownies and bars. Impress your co-workers with our favorable:
Candy Cane Brownies
Chocolate-Peanut Butter Brownies
Chocoberry Cheesecake Bars
- Lastly wow attendees with these scrumptious cupcakes:
Red Velvet Cupcakes
You can search for more recipes on our Signature Patient Website.
Active Medi-Weightloss® patients should consult the experts at their location on whether the foods and recipes mentioned are appropriate for their phase of the program.
This information is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be an exhaustive examination of the subject matter nor a substitute for medical advice. Always consult your primary care physician or healthcare provider before beginning any diet or exercise program.