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2021 was the year of cooking!! This year has proved that a lot of us spent more time in the kitchen cooking up recipes. The most popular recipes from last year were as follows! Which one was your favorite?
Starting with number 10…
The best meatballs that are juicy and tender. Baked in the oven til perfection!Made with ground beef, Italian sausage, eggs, Parmesan cheese breadcrumbs and spices! These meatballs pair perfectly with spaghetti or meatball subs!
This homemade, creamy potato soup is an easy, one pot soup to make in a pinch for a quick meal.
Quickly whip up a batch of these breakfast sausage bites using Jimmy Dean sausage, Bisquick and cheese to make these delicious 3 ingredient cheesy sausage breakfast balls that everyone will love!
This sausage, egg and cheese breakfast casserole is the perfect quick and easy breakfast for your Christmas Morning Breakfast Casserole or busy weekends. Make the morning of or prepare ahead of time and let chill in the refrigerator until ready to bake.
These apple turnover are easy to make and a great way to use up apples from your fall apple picking adventure. Simply dice the apples, toss them in brown sugar and fill them into a flaky puff pastry dough and bake! Add in caramel bites and other candies to make them extra delicious!
Loaded with carrots, raisins, apples, pecans and flax seed, these morning glory muffins are the perfect, healthy to-go breakfast!
A moist and delicious breakfast blueberry bundt cake that is perfect for serving a large crowd!
Tangy lemon, crunchy poppy seeds, sweet glaze and greek yogurt makes these muffins moist and fluffy, perfect for breakfast or brunch!
Looking for the best homemade pie crust recipe? Julia Child’s pastry dough recipe is the best for homemade pies, turnovers and flaky pizza crust!
The best no-fail, homemade, 3 ingredient royal icing recipe for decorating sugar cookies. Use for gingerbread cookies and houses!