Our 10 Most-Popular Recipes Right Now
Count down through the top ten recipes our fans are cooking the most today.
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No. 10: Super Sloppy Joes
Who can resist a hearty, sweet-and-smoky sandwich? Served with a quick and easy deviled potato salad, these sloppy joes make weeknight family dinners a breeze.
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No. 9: Oven-Baked Salmon
When you need a quick (but healthy) dinner, there's no better choice than salmon. These oven-baked fillets get extra flavor from a quick caper-almond-parsley salad sprinkled over the top.
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No. 8: French Toast
Robert’s easy French Toast is one of those recipes you should master. It makes a fantastic breakfast topped with maple syrup — but an even more impressive dessert served with a scoop of your favorite ice cream.
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No. 7: Garlic Roasted Potatoes
Leave it to Ina to turn potatoes into the crispiest and most delicious side dish — with nothing more than olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic and parsley!
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No. 6: Sheet Pan Cinnamon Rolls
Get ready to wow a crowd with this sheet pan packed with everyone's favorite warm, gooey breakfast rolls.
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No. 5: Simple, Perfect Chili
The name says it all! This chili may not feature any fancy ingredients or techniques, but it’s a always a fan-favorite.
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No. 4: Perfect Pot Roast
It only takes a handful of ingredients to give this chuck roast tons of flavor. The red wine is optional but highly recommended — it adds a subtle, welcome sweetness.
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No.3: Slow-Cooker Bolognese
We love that Ree's easy, slow-cooker sauce makes such a big batch (16 servings!). That gives us plenty of leftovers for stocking the freezer.
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No. 2: Crumble Lovers' Sheet-Pan Apple Crumble
If you are someone who is always stealing the crumbs off the top of the apple crumble, this recipe is for you. We spread the apples out on a sheet pan to maximize the surface area and upped the chewy oats and crumb topping so that every bite has plenty.
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No. 1: Easy Cheese Danish
Trisha's genius trick for making homemade cheese danishes easy? A box of frozen puff pastry dough.