There are many ways to find a recipe, but a quick Google search might be the easiest and cheapest option. What are the go-to recipes that you search for? How do they relate to the rest of the country? Today Google released their "Google's Year in Search," which includes the top-searched recipes for 2016. Have you made one of these recipes this year?
This classic casserole might be the star of your Thanksgiving table, but it doesn't need to stop there. In 2016 people were really into bringing this side dish to their table throughout the year.
The Brussels sprout continues to be super popular this year; it's the only green vegetable that got its own Google search spot in the top 10.
Casseroles continue to dominate the top 10 list for Google, including this delicious breakfast-style casserole. Get the recipe from Shugary Sweets.
Everyone's favorite party food continues to top the charts on Google. It's great with chips, stuffed into tacos, or consumed by itself with a spoon (I don't judge).
Looking for a simple chicken dish that's super comforting? Chicken Marsala is your gal. According to Google it's the most popular chicken recipe searched this year.
If you're not familiar, Chicken Tetrazzini is essentially a bowl of luscious pasta with lots of chicken and mushrooms. Get the recipe from Natasha's Kitchen.
7. Snow Cream
Yes, snow cream is exactly what it sounds like it is. It's essentially ice cream that you make with snow! Sprinkles are optional. Get the recipe from Gimme Some Oven.
Think of all the cupcakes and cakes that require a good buttercream frosting. It's pretty simple to make, and totally essential for baking.
9. Pork Chops
The mighty pork chop topped this year's Google charts again, which is not so surprising considering how easy this homey dinner staple is to make.
10. Turkey Gravy
Just like green bean casserole in the number-one slot, turkey gravy is normally associated with Thanksgiving — but don't let that stop you! According to Google it was very popular this year.