Our Top 10 Recipes on Pinterest in 2018

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Pinterest is a cook’s best friend. Whenever I see a recipe I need to try, I quickly pin it to a board and meal planning suddenly becomes easier the next week. If you’re looking for some inspiration in the kitchen or the new year, take a look at what was popular on Pinterest in 2018 from Kitchn. You’ll find a couple desserts, easy dinners, and a few tutorials.

No surprise here! Joanna Gaines’ chocolate chip cookies from her cookbook Magnolia Table was our most popular new recipe on Pinterest this year. There’s nothing particularly revelatory about her recipe, but they’re solid and delicious.

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If you’re familiar with the keto diet, then you know that bread is basically off-limits. But there are a few sneaky ways around this, and one of them is this 90-second bread, which is made from almond and coconut flour.

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This recipe is for everyone in your family. It’s creamy and cheesy and super quick to make at home on an average weeknight.

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This recipe combines three of my favorite things: lemon, broccoli, and pasta. What more do you need to know? It’s great for kids and adults alike.

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If you need another reason to love your Instant Pot, try making these mashed potatoes in the trendy appliance. It takes 20 minutes to cook, and 15 minutes to release the pressure.

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Tuck these juicy chicken Parm meatballs into a hoagie roll or spoon them over spaghetti for an easy twist on the classic dish.

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This classic recipe is great as a showstopper for a Sunday night dinner or as main at a big holiday.

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Most nights for dinner I’m looking for something simple, and this greens and chicken recipe couldn’t be more on the nose.

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Associate Food Editor Meghan Splawn, the creator of this ingenious recipe, says it’s “way easier, faster, and, arguably, tastier than the version you make on the stovetop.” I’m sold.

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Yes, a ton of slow cooker recipes are centered around heavy stews and meats. But then there are recipes like this — Martha’s cheesecake – which break the rules and exceed all your expectations.

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