Looking back at the Top 20 Recipes of 2020. Cooking at home became an even bigger thing thanks to a pandemic and I think we found we are really good cooks!
Let’s count them down:
19. Thick Hearty Bar Chili – We may not be able to go to bars as much but we sure can enjoy this amazing chili!
18. Blueberry Pretzel Salad– for those that love blueberries more than strawberries!
17. 2 Ingredient Beer Bread – You had my attention at 2 ingredients and one of those is beer!
16. White Chocolate Sauce – This is truly one of my favorite recipes, I love to keep this in the refrigerator during the winter for when I need a little sweet treat!
15. Million Dollar Pound Cake – this cake is a slice of heaven, you’ll have to make it and eat it to believe me!
14. Grandma’s Homemade Noodles – this recipe is a family favorite and on every holiday table.
13. One Skillet Chicken Ro-Tel and Rice – I found this recipe years ago and it’s been a go-to ever since, it is easy and everyone eats it.
12. Glazed Ham Loaf – This is the ham loaf recipe my Grandmother made for every Easter holiday when I was a kid and I’m so glad it made the countdown!
11. Homemade Sausage Gravy – One of the easiest recipes to make and definitely fills hungry bellies!
10. Apple Cider Cookies – These are always a hit!
9. Pineapple Upside Down Cake – Always a classic, don’t tell anyone but I could eat the whole cake!
8. Great Grandmother’s Lard Pie Crust – Homemade pie crust is so easy and is full of flakey flavor.
7. Gingerbread Baileys Holiday Cocktail – I love that one of my favorite holiday cocktails was a highlight of the year!
6. Beef Cubed Steak and Pan Gravy – A classic from my childhood, made just like my Mom makes.
5. Back Home Cornbread Salad – Layered salad full of flavor and color. This recipe is from the church cookbook so you know it’s good!
4. Easy Hamburger Stroganoff – This is a simple, delicious meal that can be on the table in less than 30 minutes.
3. Old Fashioned Mashed Potatoes – Classic, simple and hold their own with gravy!
2. Crock Pot Chicken and Noodles – This recipe is amazing – kind of surprised it wasn’t Number 1 but Number 2 is pretty close!
1. Instant Pot Chicken and Noodles – People love Chicken and Noodles – traditional, crockpot and Instant Pot!
Hey, I’m Jent!
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