Trisha Yearwood's Top Recipes

We've gathered all of Trisha Yearwood's top recipes together to make it easy for you to browse and pick your favorites.

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Twice-Baked Potatoes

Baked potatoes get taken to another level with all of the classic toppings mixed in. According to Trisha, they're best when baked unwrapped so the shells stay sturdy.

Get the Recipe: Twice-Baked Potatoes

Blueberry Pancakes

While there's definitely nothing wrong with classic pancakes, you can add some extra vitamins and a sweet bite to them with Trisha's blueberry version. Sour cream helps make them extra moist, too.

Get the Recipe: Blueberry Pancakes

Lettuce Wedges with Blue Cheese Dressing

This 15-minute salad covers all the bases with a homemade blue cheese dressing and chunks of crispy bacon on top. Plus, wedges of iceberg lettuce feel a little heartier than a traditional chopped salad.

Get the Recipe: Lettuce Wedges With Blue Cheese Dressing

Chocolate Pound Cake

Pound cake is always satisfying, but this one really packs in the flavor. With cocoa mixed into the batter, you're guaranteed to get chocolate in every bite.

Get the Recipe: Chocolate Pound Cake

Pimiento Cheese Spread

With the sweet and spicy flavor of pimientos and tanginess of sharp cheddar, this sandwich spread is ideal for satisfying your salty-sweet cravings — not to mention, it takes only about 10 minutes to make.

Get the Recipe: Pimiento Cheese Spread

Mama's Cornmeal Hushpuppies

Hushpuppies are one of those foods that don't require a lot of ingredients, but manage to have a ton of texture and flavor. This version calls for only four ingredients (besides the oil and salt), and the result is crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside.

Get the Recipe: Mama's Cornmeal Hushpuppies

Pecan Pie

Trisha's pecan pie includes all of the ingredients you'd expect, like brown sugar and vanilla, making it an ideal choice for entertaining — or for eating late at night in the kitchen.

Get the Recipe: Pecan Pie

Daddy's Biscuits

Believe it or not, it takes just a few ingredients to turn out these light, fluffy beauties. The key, though, is a splash of buttermilk, which promises a welcome tang to the biscuits.

Get the Recipe: Daddy's Biscuits

Magic Lemon Meringue Pie

Trisha's easy-to-make pie, with its buttery crust and creamy sweet-tart filling, indeed lives up to its "magical" name.

Get the Recipe: Magic Lemon Meringue Pie

Chickless Pot Pie

Chicken pot pie gets a bit of a makeover as Trisha leaves out the chicken in favor of more veggies and spices. No meat means one less step. Plus, it calls for store-bought pie crust so you can save some time.

Get the Recipe: Chickless Pot Pie

Power Balls

Easy to eat on the go, Trisha's good-for-you bites are packed with oats, peanut butter and chocolate chips.

Get the Recipe: Power Balls

Cheese Boat

Having this dip on the table would be an instant showstopper at any get-together. Creamy, cheesy and meaty, it gives you a little bite of everything on each chip.

Get the Recipe: Cheese Boat

Pumpkin Roll

Pumpkin rolls need to be made according to a precise process to ensure they don't break apart, and Trisha has done all the testing for you. Follow this step-by-step guide for a flawless spiral every time.

Get the Recipe: Pumpkin Roll

Chicken Poppy Seed Salad Sandwiches

Everybody's had a chicken salad sandwich, but this version has some unexpected ingredients that make it new again. Poppy seeds and dried dill add a dose of texture and flavor you won't be able to resist.

Get the Recipe: Chicken Poppy Seed Salad Sandwiches

Strawberry Salad

Trisha's buttery, toasted mixture of noodles, almonds and sunflower seeds is the true star of this dish, giving the salad a crunch in every bite. Plus, strawberries are added in for a bit of sweetness.

Get the Recipe: Strawberry Salad

Cheese-Stuffed Burgers

Cheeseburgers are always tasty, but when the cheese is actually added inside the burger, it adds a whole new dimension. And with even more cheese melted on top, you can't go wrong.

Get the Recipe: Cheese Stuffed Burgers

Banana Pudding

With layers of creamy banana and sweet vanilla wafers, this crowd-pleasing dessert is on the table in 45 minutes.

Get the Recipe: Banana Pudding

No-Baste, No-Bother Roasted Turkey

If you're the type that likes to set it and forget it, this is probably the easiest way to serve a turkey dinner, short of buying one already cooked. Trisha recommends baking it for an hour, turning off the oven and then letting the turkey roast in the heat of the oven until the oven cools completely.

Get the Recipe: No-Baste, No-Bother Roasted Turkey

Un-Fried Chicken

Trisha lightens things up a bit by baking the chicken in the oven, using multigrain breadcrumbs and finishing with a squeeze of lemon.

Get the Recipe: Un-Fried Chicken

Barbecued Pork Ribs

These ribs are homemade from start to finish with Trisha's tangy barbecue sauce recipe and salty-sweet marinade. Plus, they're made right in the oven so you can enjoy them even when the weather isn't ideal for grilling.

Get the Recipe: Barbecued Pork Ribs

Sweet Potato Salad

With sweet potatoes instead of regular potatoes and Greek yogurt replacing some of the mayonnaise, potato salad gets a lightened-up makeover that doesn't disappoint.

Get the Recipe: Sweet Potato Salad

Asparagus Bundles

Bacon makes almost anything taste good, but bacon-wrapped asparagus really hits the spot. With Trisha's brown sugar and soy mixture, green never tasted so good.

Get the Recipe: Asparagus Bundles

Watermelon Salsa

This 15-minute salsa is light, fresh and really convenient. With watermelon instead of tomato, the final product is mild enough to be spread on everything from tacos to pita chips.

Get the Recipe: Watermelon Salsa

Slow-Cooker Macaroni and Cheese

Thanks to the handy slow cooker, making Trisha's big-batch macaroni and cheese is as easy as piling the ingredients, including plenty of sharp cheddar, into the machine and letting it do its job for a few hours. 

Get the Recipe: Slow Cooker Macaroni and Cheese

Chicken Tortilla Casserole

The secret to Trisha's green chile-laced casserole is the rich homemade gravy, which she uses to give extra flavor to the sour cream-cumin mixture poured among the layers of tortillas, cheddar and shredded chicken.

Get the Recipe: Chicken Tortilla Casserole

Sweet and Saltines

Pull out that sleeve of saltines from the back of the pantry and transform the crackers into a chocolate lover's snack with the help of Trisha's speedy recipe. For a double dose of indulgence, she blankets the crackers with two layers of decadence: a sweet, smooth caramel and a topping of chocolate chips.

Get the Recipe: Sweet and Saltines

Broccoli Salad

Trisha's potluck-ready salad packs solid punches in both the flavor and texture departments, from the crispy, salty bacon and chewy raisins to the crunchy sunflower kernels, vibrant broccoli and creamy mayonnaise-based dressing.

Get the Recipe: Broccoli Salad

Easy Peach Cobbler

Because Trisha's fan-favorite cobbler comes together with sweet canned peaches, there's no reason you can't make this vibrant dessert even in winter, when fresh peaches aren't at their peak.

Get the Recipe: Easy Peach Cobbler

No-Bake Chocolate-Pretzel-Peanut-Butter Squares

Part sweet, part salty and all richly comforting, these easy-to-make bars require only five pantry ingredients.

Get the Recipe: No-Bake Chocolate-Pretzel-Peanut Butter Squares

Breakfast Sausage Casserole

For stress-free weekend brunches, assemble Trisha's cheesy casserole before you go to bed, then wake up and bake it for easy, hearty results.

Get the Recipe: Breakfast Sausage Casserole

Snickerdoodles

The good news is you don't have to be a kid to enjoy these typically kid-approved cookies. That classic combination of cinnamon and sugar never gets old.

Get the Recipe: Snickerdoodles

Chicken Tortilla Soup

Smoky cumin, a duo of beans and bright corn give Trisha's simple soup its tried-and-true feel, while her addition of half-and-half takes the classic recipe to the next indulgent level. Before serving, top each bowl with tortilla chips for welcome texture.

Get the Recipe: Trisha's Chicken Tortilla Soup

Charleston Cheese Dip

Goodbye, queso. Hello, Trisha's cheese dip. This party-ready recipe features a whopping three kinds of cheese — cream cheese, cheddar and Monterey Jack — for over-the-top indulgence. And for even more richness, Trisha blankets her dip with crumbled bacon before baking. 

Get the Recipe: Charleston Cheese Dip

Slow-Cooker Chocolate Candy

Think your slow cooker is just for soups and stews? Think again. Trisha uses the machine to turn out a sweet treat, here studded with peanuts for welcome crunch.

Get the Recipe: Slow Cooker Chocolate Candy

Skillet Apple Pie with Cinnamon Whipped Cream

Follow Trisha's lead and save time in the kitchen with store-bought pie crusts as the base and topping for this wow-worthy pie. 

Get the Recipe: Skillet Apple Pie with Cinnamon Whipped Cream

Slow-Cooker Georgia Pulled Pork

The secret to Trisha's succulent pulled pork is the savory barbecue sauce with which she cooks the meat. Her homemade concoction features cider vinegar and tomato juice for plenty of tang, plus a bit of cayenne pepper for subtle heat.

Get the Recipe: Slow-Cooker Georgia Pulled Pork Barbecue

Fresh Green Beans

The ultimate in easy-to-make side dishes, Trisha's 15-minute recipe is as easy as quickly cooking the beans, then tossing them with butter and salt for a fuss-free family favorite.

Get the Recipe: Fresh Green Beans (a.k.a Tom Cruise Green Beans)

Pork Chops and Rice

Trisha ensures that each element of her dish is full of rich, meaty taste by baking the pork chops, rice and fresh onions together in a single casserole. As the chops break down, they'll release their juices and flavor the dish from layer to layer.

Get the Recipe: Pork Chops and Rice

Sweet Potato Souffle

Not just for your Thanksgiving buffet table (though it's indeed a welcome addition there), Trisha's five-star casserole features buttery whipped sweet potatoes and a crunchy blanket of brown sugar-laced pecans.

Get the Recipe: Sweet Potato Souffle

Chicken Pie

Similar to a chicken pot pie with its warm filling and buttery crust, this all-in-one dinner can be made with only a handful of ingredients, thanks to Trisha's pick of cream of chicken soup for the base of the hearty sauce.

Get the Recipe: Chicken Pie

White Chocolate Cranberry Cookies

Trisha's giving chocolate chippers a run for their money in the go-to-cookie department. These simple bites boast white chocolate chips instead of the usual semisweet variety, plus chewy dried cranberries and crunchy macadamia nuts for color and texture.

Get the Recipe: White Chocolate Cranberry Cookies

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Balls

This one is for all who love the raw chocolate chip cookie dough more than the cookies. Trisha creates a classically rich mixture of brown sugar, butter and chocolate chips (no eggs), then rolls it into balls; to finish the balls, she enrobes them in a blanket of chocolate.

Get the Recipe: Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Balls

Apple Dumplings

Thanks to canned buttermilk biscuits, Trisha's five-star dessert is a cinch to put together. She just wraps up sliced apples in the dough, then bakes the dumplings with a buttery vanilla mixture and a sprinkle of fragrant cinnamon sugar on top.

Get the Recipe: Apple Dumplings

Butterscotch Peanut Butter Bars

It's all about layering flavors in Trisha's fuss-free bars, starting with an oatmeal base made rich and creamy with peanut butter. Then it's a layer of golden butterscotch chips, followed by a topping of smooth, sweetened peanut butter.

Get the Recipe: Butterscotch Peanut Butter Bars

Joe's "Say Cheese" Cheesecake with Fresh Strawberry Sauce

Perhaps the best way to top a classic cheesecake, featuring a graham cracker crust and rich filling with tangy sour cream, is with a lime-scented strawberry sauce. Be sure to plan ahead when making it, as Trisha notes in her recipe, "The sauce is best served cold from the refrigerator."

Get the Recipe: Joe's "Say Cheese" Cheesecake with Fresh Strawberry Sauce

Hot Corn Dip

Follow Trisha's lead and opt for cans of Mexican corn instead of the original; along with the cans of chopped green chiles, the Mexican corn will give her warm two-cheese dip a bold punch of flavor.

Get the Recipe: Hot Corn Dip

Jerry's Sugared Pecans

Upgrade your snack game by tossing nuts in a mixture of cinnamon and sugar to guarantee that craveable sweet-salty crunch. Trisha combines the cinnamon and sugar with egg whites to help the mixture adhere to the pecans. 

Get the Recipe: Jerry's Sugared Pecans

Roast Beef with Gravy

Once the beef has roasted with the onions, take all of that savory juice released during cooking and use that to form the base of the gravy, which Trisha thickens up with a quick roux of flour and some of the fat from the roast.

Get the Recipe: Roast Beef with Gravy

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