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10 Most Popular Recipes from November

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November has been a great month for some amazing recipes, from game day dips, to some new pasta recipes, to soups to warm you right up. These are the 10 most popular recipes from myeverydaytable.com in November. Which will you try first?

1. Creamy Tomato Pasta

Bowl of creamy tomato pasta with fresh parmesan.
Photo Credit: Loren Runion for My Everyday Table.

This creamy tomato pasta is rich and creamy (without using a lot of cream!), incredibly easy to make, made with simple ingredients, and totally yummy. Serve the one-pot pasta with a simple veggie side like kale salad or 5-minute Italian chopped salad and dinner is done.

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2. Dirty Chai Latte

Picture of hand holding mug of dirty chai latte
Photo Credit: Loren Runion for My Everyday Table.

Let’s make a dirty chai latte! (Also known as a red eye chai!) This espresso drink combines coffee and tea in a warm and cozy way that is incredibly delicious. I was a little unsure of this combination, but it is a good one. Warming and mildly spicy chai is combined with bold espresso and creamy steamed milk. It’s popular at coffee shops because it’s so good and it’s easy enough to make at home!

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3. Sweet and Salty Chex Mix

Bowl of sweet and salty chex mix
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This irresistible homemade sweet and salty Chex Mix recipe hits on all of the flavors you are looking for at snack time. It’s a twist on the original, incredibly easy-to-make, and includes directions for both oven and microwave cooking.

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4. 51+ Dinner Ideas for Gestational Diabetes

Crispy baked Parmesan cod on a plate
Photo Credit: Loren Runion for My Everyday Table.

Coming up with dinner Ideas for gestational diabetes can be exhausting – and that doesn’t even take the cooking into consideration! But keeping blood glucose levels steady through movement, a healthy diet (that focuses on protein, fiber, and healthy fats), and keeping stress levels down are all very important of GD diabetes. More than 50 recipes that are naturally lower in carbs or give suggestions on swaps to lower them for those that need it.

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5. Cheesy Potato Casserole

Plate with cheesy potato casserole and ham and green beans
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This cheesy potato casserole with diced potatoes makes the best side dish, and is a staple at holiday tables. I’m amping up the flavor of this recipe by adding onions in a few forms and plenty of shredded cheddar cheese. These truly go with anything.

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6. Frozen Broccoli

Frozen broccoli on a sheet pan for roasting.
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Have a bag of broccoli in the back of your freezer? Pull it out, I’m sharing four different ways to cook it up, plus lots of seasoning ideas so you can serve it with any main dish.

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7. Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup

Bowl of creamy chicken noodle soup.
Photo Credit: My Everyday Table.

This creamy chicken noodle soup recipe is the best cozy comfort food meal you’ll want to eat all fall and winter! Classic chicken noodle soup gets a few creamy flavor upgrades and it’s all served over dumpling noodles for the comfort of a chicken noodle soup, but a little elevated. It’s easy to make, made with simple ingredients, and will warm you right up.

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8. Deli Turkey Sliders

Turkey and cheese sliders on a plate with chips and salad.
Photo Credit: Loren Runion for My Everyday Table.

This delicious Hawaiian roll turkey sliders recipe is loaded with layers of turkey, caramelized mushrooms and onions, and melty cheese! It’s an easy and balanced dinner or perfect for party or game day snacking that can be prepped ahead and finished in the oven. 

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9. Ricotta Toast

Sweet and savory ricotta toast
Photo Credit: Loren Runion for My Everyday Table.

You’ll love this list of creative and interesting ricotta toast ideas! Ricotta on toast is not only a nutritious and balanced breakfast, but it’s also endlessly customizable! Whether you’re keeping it classic with honey ricotta toast or going the savory route, serve with a cappuccino.

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10. Whipped Cottage Cheese

Hand scooping blended cottage cheese with pita bread
Photo Credit: Loren Runion for My Everyday Table.

Meet the elevated sibling to humble cottage cheese – whipped cottage cheese. Through processing or blending, you’re doing two things – turning the texture from curd to creamy and adding air for a whipped and light consistency. You can use this blended cottage cheese in a savory breakfast plate like I have here, or enjoy it with sweeter flavors as well.

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