With New Year’s Day just around the corner, I wanted to share our most popular recipes of 2020. They are incredible, delicious, easy, and tasty. But that’s to be expected because they are your favorite recipes of 2020!
This has been a year filled with new recipes, and lots and lots of cooking. While many of us stayed at home, limiting even takeout, we cooked and baked and celebrate and learned this new “normal” we found ourselves in.
But in these unique days, we also found a new love for baking bread, making simple, healthy meals at home. Trying new treats and, of course, celebrating both the big and little things this year has brought to us.
This annual post is one I look forward to all year long! Because it’s the best of what you loved, tried, shared, rated, and emailed me about. I LOVE those emails and ratings and sharing! Thank you from the bottom of my heart!
Most Popular Recipes of 2020
I separated the best articles from the best recipes, so be sure to read to the bottom of the post. Can you guess what your favorite recipe for 2020 was?
While veal is the traditional choice for authentic German Wiener Schnitzel, chicken or pork is an easy and delicious substitution. And this pan-seared schnitzel is a lightened up version of the favorite fried cutlets, yet is just as tender and yummy as its counterpart.
An easy make-ahead breakfast casserole perfect for entertaining, serving groups, on holiday mornings, or for brunch. Packed with vegetables, this is always a favorite every time I serve it. Filled with favorite seasonal vegetables, high protein eggs, and a punch of savory bacon.
If you have leftover bread (I've even had a college reader tell me it works great with hot-dot buns in a dorm), you have to try this 2 Minute Bread Pudding in a Mug. It's so delicious... and minutes in the making!
As soon as we turned the corner into a new year, this Easy One Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage recipe became a favorite. Clear past St. Patrick's Day and well into the spring as so many of us were cooking savory meals at home.
It's apple season -- and I can't think of a better way to celebrate it than with this fall classic Slow Cooker Apple Crisp. This ultra simple Slow Cooker Apple Crisp is bursting with juicy apples, warm with cinnamon spice and virtually cooks itself. It's an autumn must cook.