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4 Easy Foods for Friendsgiving Dinner Even If You Can’t Cook

Friendsgiving dinner is all about strengthening the bond between friends. Here are 4 things to bring to dinner if you can’t cook!

Friendsgiving is all about sharing, connecting, and strengthening the bond between friends, colleagues, and acquaintances. Don’t let the stress of what to bring to the party get the best of you. To get you ready for this season of giving and gratitude we’ve compiled a sampling of easy plates and more to bring to your Friendsgiving gathering this year.

You don’t have to be a whiz in the kitchen or have fancy equipment to be successful with these recipes. From a stunningly elegant appetizer to an incredible no-bake dessert, we’ve got you covered. Most of these options are just as easy as making a sandwich, but others will require just a little bit more effort. No matter which you choose, you will shine at the kickback when you show up with one of these simple and delicious bites. Try any one of our picks for an unforgettable Friendsgiving experience with your loved ones.

A Splendid Cheese Board

A cheese board is a popular appetizer that doesn’t require extensive culinary skill. It contains ingredients like olives, fresh fruits, fruits blend, and crackers arranged on a charcuterie board. Knowing the type of foods and snacks your friends like can go a long way in creating the perfect spread.

Salmon Dip

Salmon dip can be prepared in a few minutes using ingredients like red onion, salmon, and cream cheese. Blend until smooth in a food processor for a side suitable for Friendsgiving dinner. You can eat this dip with crackers, bagels, and veggies. 

Bread Pudding

Savory bread pudding will garner welcome appreciation from your friends. You can prepare this dish within an hour; and spiced and garnished breads can be an option to go along with the variety of other foods and side dishes.

Bottle of Wine

No dinner is complete without wine; so buy one and share it with your friends for a celebratory atmosphere. It doesn’t need to be expensive. Presentable and budget-friendly wine such as Prosecco, Viognier, Chenin Blanc, and Sauvignon Blanc can do the trick. 

What’s your favorite food to bring to Friendsgiving dinner?

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