Tell us if this sounds familiar: You鈥檝e been invited to a potluck this Saturday and had all week to peruse Pinterest for the perfect recipe that everyone will be talking about for weeks. But then, life happens. And before you know it, Saturday morning rolls around and you haven鈥檛 even had a chance to think about what you鈥檙e bringing. Don鈥檛 worry 鈥 we鈥檝e all been there. If you have to be at a potluck in a few hours, there are plenty of recipes that require a minimal amount of time and will still impress those potluck-goers 鈥 some don鈥檛 even involve a trip to the store! Check out our fave easy peasy potluck recipes that will get you out the door ASAP.


1. Buffalo Chicken Sliders: These little sliders are a cinch to make. The secret (and time-saving) ingredient? Rotisserie chicken! (via Brit + Co)


2. Fresh Mango Salsa: Homemade salsa always tastes SO much better than the stuff you get off the shelves. This simple and colorful mango salsa is sure to be a hit come Taco Tuesday. (via Cookie and Kate)


3. Mini Baked Potatoes: While these little spuds might take a bit longer than most on this list, they are totally worth it. Both you and your guests will be happy you took the extra time. (via Brit + Co)

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4. Sriracha Deviled Eggs With Crumbled Bacon: Add a unique twist to a potluck staple by adding Sriracha to the yolk mixture and topping it with bacon. The recipe calls for chives as well, but if you don鈥檛 have time to run to the grocery store, you could easily substitute with green onion or dill weed. (via La Crema Winery)


5. Baked Summer Squash With Gruyere: This squash recipe is oh-so versatile. You could totally go with a different cheese, herb or spice mixture using whatever is in your pantry to switch things up. (via Nourished Simply)


6. Tomato, Cucumber and Avocado Salad: This salad seems simple, but is colorful and flavorful (it includes parsley and red wine vinegar 鈥 yum!). It鈥檚 especially perfect for days when it is way too hot to turn on the stove. (via Green Valley Kitchen)


7. Loaded M&M Oreo Cookie Bars: The cool thing about this recipe is that if you don鈥檛 keep M&Ms and Oreos in your pantry, you could easily sub them out with your favorite candy bars for an equally delicious dessert. And while you鈥檙e picking up the candy, you could even buy a box of cookie mix if you鈥檙e really crunched on time. We won鈥檛 tell ;) (via Averie Cooks)


8. Baked Zucchini Chips: To get this healthy alternative to greasy potato chips, simply slice up a zucchini, drizzle some olive oil, sprinkle some salt and then bake for about 50 minutes. Again, if you don鈥檛 have time to run to the store, you could probably substitute it out with anything in your fridge. Think: sweet potatoes, kale or jicama. (via Wishful Chef)


9. Easy Flag Dessert: We鈥檙e guessing this one would take less than five minutes to put together. It would make for the perfectly patriotic (and healthy!) 4th-of-July treat. (via Family Fresh Meals)


10. Pizza Puffs: We honestly don鈥檛 know anyone who doesn鈥檛 love pizza. These bite-sized pieces are a great appetizer for a night of watching baseball or even your friend鈥檚 next pool party. (via Golden Brown and Delicious)


11. Cucumber Bites: This snack is super fresh and super easy to make. And it鈥檚 cost effective too, since two cucumbers will get you almost 30 of these tasty treats! (via Joe鈥檚 Healthy Meals)


12. Apple Nachos: Melted peanut butter over apples makes for a delicious but uber-healthy snack or dessert. Add cacao nibs and chopped nuts and you鈥檙e good to go. (via Trial and Eater)


13. Five-Minute Potato Casserole: Yes, you read that correctly. It takes just five minutes for this gooey, cheesy and absolutely scrumptious side dish. It can also be multiplied easily, making it an ideal dish for large crowds. (via Carpe Season)

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14. Roasted Garlic Pasta Salad: This is a pasta dish that is filling but not too heavy. And with the spinach and tomatoes, it鈥檚 the ultimate refreshing summer side. (via Budget Bytes)


15. Spicy Sriracha Dip: Dip is THE easy potluck snack. Whip up this spicy one and load up the plate with veggies, chips, crackers or whatever you like to dip! (via Brit + Co)

What are some of your favorite last-minute potluck dishes? Please share with us in the comments!