The Top Ten Recipes of last year is my annual list, based on reader favorites and the blog statistics. These are the recipes that readers consistently go to, cook, share, and LOVE!
Here we go, your top ten favorites from 2018! Some of them are a surprise to me—and some that are missing are a surprise! Without further ado, here they are:
Top Ten Recipes of Last Year:
Baked Pork Chops with Cream of Mushroom Soup – this easy pork chop recipe remains the top recipe on the site and for good reason! It’s delicious and did I mention EASY?
Easy Apple Crisp with No Oats – a jump from #3 to #2! Lots of people are looking for a great apple crisp recipe with a streusel that doesn’t call for oats and this recipe is perfect! Make it in one dish for easy clean-up.
Meatloaf Muffins – one of my family’s favorites! I use my Classic Meatloaf recipe and bake in muffin pans so you get extra crispy edges on each one! We love to make up a double batch and keep some in the freezer for busy nights.
Fudge Pie with Cocoa – a perennial favorite, this Fudge Pie has been in my top 10 since it was posted. You can make it in less than an hour with just pantry ingredients. Perfect for potluck!
Southern Caramel Cake – no one can say a real caramel cake is easy, but with this step-by-step photo tutorial, you can do it!
The Best Chocolate Chip Cookies – another favorite that has been in the top 10 every year, these award-winning chocolate chip cookies are simple and amazing! Try them!
Chili without Beans – my family prefers chili without beans, so I came up with this hearty recipe to satisfy their tastes. With lots of peppers and seasonings, this chili recipe is full of flavor!
Granny’s Fried Apple Pies – these are the real deal fried apple pies, not the factory kind or even the fancy ones you get at the apple farm. These are made the way Southern grandmas used to make them!
Cream Cheese Pound Cake – this one is new to the Top 10 Annual Recipes, but it’s been a favorite among my family and friends for decades. This is a no-fail, super moist pound cake recipe that you will turn to time and time again.
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Knocked out of the Top Ten Recipes last year:
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