Top Recipes Featured on Martina’s Table

Country musician Martina McBride is welcoming friends, family and you to her table to enjoy her easy, crowd-pleasing recipes.

Sweet Potato and Black Bean Enchiladas

Trust us: You won’t miss the meat in these hearty, cheesy enchiladas. Follow Martina’s lead and make a homemade red sauce instead of using the canned stuff; her version is smoky, tangy and quick to prepare.

Get the Recipe: Sweet Potato and Black Bean Enchiladas

Red Pepper Quiche

For the best balance of salty, tangy and rich flavors, Martina adds soy sauce, Dijon mustard and plenty of half-and-half to her egg-based quiche filling. Pro tip: Use a store-bought pie crust to save plenty of time.

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Smoked Gouda Pimiento Cheese

Martina likes a blend of extra-sharp Cheddar and smoked Gouda to create an ideal balance of flavors in her quick-fix spread.

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Martina recommends letting the salsa chill for a few hours before serving so the flavors of the tomatoes, chiles and herbs have time to marry.

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Chocolate Flourless Cake

Light but rich, this party-ready cake gets a big boost of chocolate flavor from a combo of cocoa powder and chopped bittersweet chocolate. Chocoholics, you’ve been warned.

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Broccoli and Cauliflower Salad

A tangy vinaigrette made with honey, vinegar and mayo dresses up Martina’s sweet-savory salad.

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Cinnamon Ice Cream

To make cinnamon ice cream, you don’t have to churn ice cream from scratch. All you need to do is mix store-bought vanilla ice cream (let it soften a bit) with a big pinch of cinnamon. DONE.

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Yogurt Parfait

Once you’ve sweetened the berries with a pinch of sugar, this recipe comes down to simple assembly. Just layer your favorite vanilla yogurt with the fresh fruit, and finish with a topping of ready-to-go granola for a welcome crunch.

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County Fair Orange Cake

Martina uses a boxed cake mix to prep this bright, citrusy cake quickly and easily. Before pouring on the sweet glaze, she pokes holes in the baked cake to ensure it seeps up as much of the flavorful liquid as possible.

Get the Recipe: County Fair Orange Cake

No-Bake Peanut Butter-Chocolate Cookies

It takes only a handful of everyday ingredients to make these seriously addictive cookies.

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Confetti Rice

The vibrant yellow corn, red peppers, green jalapeno, tomatoes and fresh cilantro deliver bright pops of color to Martina’s fuss-free side dish. Serve it with fish, beef, chicken or your favorite dinner to round out the meal.

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Avocado Hummus

Martina swaps out the usual chickpeas for a mix of super-creamy cannellini beans and rich avocado to form the base of her snack-worthy hummus. She adds a splash of lemon juice to bind the dip and add a refreshingly light bite.

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Green Beans with Warm Bacon Dressing

After rendering a few strips of bacon, use the leftover drippings to make an indulgent vinaigrette for these next-level green beans.

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All-American Backyard Burger

If you’re not topping your burgers with creamy pimiento cheese, consider this a PSA: You definitely should be.

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CJ’s Orange Cranberries and Rosemary Pecans

When you’re pressed for time and need to serve an appetizer, like, right now, look no further than this 10-minute recipe. Mix toasted pecans with chewy cranberries and fragrant fresh rosemary for an eat-with-your hands snack you’ll crave.

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Cranberry Orange Relish

Guess what! It doesn’t have to be Thanksgiving to make cranberry relish. Try it smeared on a sandwich or served with roasted pork or chicken to dress up the meal.

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