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10 Most Popular Recipes from February

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February has been a delicious month for some amazing recipes, from coffee drinks to cozy crockpot recipes! These are the 10 most popular recipes from myeverydaytable.com in February. Which will you try first?

Wisconsin-Style Crockpot Brats

Slow cooker brats in buns with mustard and onions

This simple meal is the perfect way to enjoy a summer meal into the winter and with this crockpot beer brats recipe, it’s just 10 minutes prep and a few hours in the slow cooker, bubbling away in a beer bath.
Get the recipe: Crockpot Brats


Cappuccino in a blue tea cup with saucer.

While getting the hang of a cappuccino recipe can take a bit of espresso knowledge, it’s not difficult. I’ll show you how to make a cappuccino, break down all the steps, and share exactly how you can also perfect making an Italian cappuccino at home.
Get the recipe: Cappuccino

Açaí Bowl

Acai bowl with granola, blueberries, and strawberries.
Photo Credit: Loren Runion for My Everyday Table.

This EASY acai bowl recipe takes just 5 minutes to make, but will make you feel like you’re on a sunny vacation! Don’t skimp on the toppings, that’s what makes these bowls so special.
Get the recipe: Açaí bowl

Crock Pot Chicken and Rice

Crockpot chicken and rice on a plate with green beans
Photo Credit: My Everyday Table.

This crockpot chicken and rice is a cozy, comforting meal that has incredible flavor and perfectly juicy chicken thighs. You’re going to love it for easy, but delicious weeknight dinners.
Get the recipe: Crockpot Chicken and Rice

Peanut Butter Toast

Peanut butter toast topping ideas with different examples.
Photo Credit: Loren Runion for My Everyday Table.

If your morning breakfast is getting a little boring, it’s time for some fresh and creative toast ideas – 19 to be exact! The combination of toast, peanut butter, and some fun toppings is a filling and nutritious one.
Get the recipe: Peanut Butter Toast

Dumpling Soup

Bowl of potsticker soup with chili crisp and green onions

I think you’ll love this dumpling soup for the same reasons I do. It’s easy (it’s a 15-minute, activity night dinner), it’s made with basic ingredients, and most importantly, it’s got major flavor! 
Get the recipe: Dumpling Soup

Full English Breakfast

British breakfast on a plate with coffee cup

Let’s make a full English Breakfast! This hearty spread, also called a British breakfast or a fry up, consists of a filling meal made of breakfast staples and a few interesting components if you’re here in the US. It’s delicious, savory, super-filling and relatively easy to pull together.
Get the recipe: Full English Breakfast

Cold Foam (Five Ways)

Cold foam over iced espresso

Your days of a boring up of coffee are behind you, because once you learn how to make cold foam, you might just want (it’s a Starbucks copycat recipe!). This cold foam recipe is creamy, slightly sweet, and OH-SO-DELICIOUS on it’s own but add one of the flavors to take it over-the-top.
Get the recipe: Cold Foam

Big Mac Salad

Big Mac salad in a bowl with dressing

This Big Mac salad recipe is a delicious and nutritious way to enjoy ALL the flavors of the classic fast food burger. This recipe for the Big Mac salad is made with crunchy iceberg lettuce, tomatoes, onion, savory ground beef, shredded cheddar cheese, and, of course, finished off with the dressing.
Get the recipe: Big Mac Salad

Smoked Salmon Dip

Smoked salmon dip with crackers and veggies

Trust me when I say, this is the BEST smoked salmon dip recipe! One bite and I’m sure you’ll understand. Creamy and bright cream cheese is whipped together (you should also try my whipped lemon feta dip!) and then combined with fresh dill, red onion, and plenty of smoked salmon for a dip that tastes bright and flavorful.
Get the recipe: Smoked Salmon Dip

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