Basket of apples

 

Written by Lexie Graf

 

Fall is finally here which means so are in-season apples and butternut squash. What better time to have a company potluck?

 

Having a potluck for your funeral home’s staff is a great way to boost everyone’s morale. And who doesn’t love all the treats that come with the harvest season?

 

Below we are sharing some more traditional fall recipes alongside some you may have never tried that you can make for your funeral home’s next potluck.

 

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Harvest Chicken Casserole

If you want to make your coworkers’ mouths water, make this harvest chicken casserole. Ingredients like Brussel sprouts, wild rice, and cranberries make this a healthy dish, while all the herbs and spices make it oh-so-tasty!

 

Bacon Pear Salad with Parmesan Dressing

With a fall potluck comes all sorts of apple crumbles and pumpkin pies, so bringing a healthy salad may be a good idea. This unique salad is easy to make and will only keep you in the kitchen for about 15 minutes.

 

Caramel Apple Coffee Cake

If you signed up to bring dessert, you’ve got to bring this decadent caramel apple coffee cake. Prep time is only 10 minutes, and then you put it in the oven for about 40 minutes to bake. The cinnamon, apples, and vanilla it calls for will leave your kitchen smelling delicious!

 

Homemade Apple Cider

Of course, you’ll need something to drink at the potluck. Bring this classic fall staple to remind everyone of their childhood fall festivities. The blogger who wrote this recipe gives you options for making apple cider on the stove, in a crock-pot, or in a pressure cooker.

 

Butternut Squash Dinner Rolls

With autumn comes all kinds of tasty butternut squash recipes. These rolls will pair well with any of the dishes your staff brings. The recipe makes five dozen, so everyone will get a chance to try one.

 

Cheesy Brat Casserole

Here in Wisconsin, we love our brats. Combine them with cheese, and you’ve won any Midwesterner’s heart. This hearty recipe will definitely be one of the dishes that runs out the quickest!

 

What’s your favorite fun fall recipe? Share by commenting below!