The Hit List: Top Recipes of 2010

December 28, 2010 | By | Comments (0)

Rocky-road-chocolate-cake-sl-1842447-l With 2010 drawing to a close, we here at MyRecipes.com wanted to share the top recipes from 2010.  You viewed, printed, saved, and sent these recipes more than any others, so before 2011 gets here, take a peek at the top recipes from 2010.  Remember old favorites and check for any new recipes you might want to try!

#1 Rocky Road Chocolate Cake (shown here): If we know one thing about our users, it's this: Y'all love your slow-cookers!  This delicious chocolate cake is one of the more surprising things you can make in a slow-cooker, and y'all ate it up this year.  Literally.

 

 #2 Traditional Sweet Potato Casserole: This 5-star sweet potato casserole is not only tasty, but also lighter than other recipes for this classic holiday side.  It's topped with both marshmallows and pecans, giving this casserole a sweet-and-salty kick.

#3 Cornbread Dressing: When it comes to traditional dressing recipes, it's hard to beat this classic version from Southern Living.

#4 Loaded Potato Soup: Cooking Light lightened this potato soup by calling for 1% milk and reduced-fat sour cream, but the toppings — bacon, shredded Cheddar cheese, and sliced green onions – are what really make this soup a stand-out.

#5 King Ranch Chicken Casserole: This beloved casserole tops the list of our most popular recipes just about every year.  It features chicken, cheese, and classic Tex-Mex flavors, making it a favorite on dinner tables across the country. 

#6 Sweet Potato Casserole: Here's another sweet potato casserole recipe.  This one features not only marshmallows and pecans, but also crushed cornflakes.

#7 Streuseled Sweet Potato Casserole: To date, 135 people have reviewed this recipe, and it's still earned an average rating of 5 stars.  That's when you know it's lip-smackin' good!

#8 Spinach-and-Artichoke Dip: Next time you need a quick appetizer for tailgating, holiday parties, or just a casual gathering of friends, check out this classic dip.  It's sure to be a hit!

#9 Classic Baked Macaroni and Cheese: Skip the boxed macaroni and cheese and opt for this super-easy homemade version that kids will love!

#10 Broccoli and Cheese Soup: This simple broccoli soup looks and tastes decadent, but at just over 200 calories and 6 grams of fat per 1 1/3 cup serving, it's actually pretty healthy!



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