Can You Guess the Most Googled Recipe of 2017?

Google can be a mom’s secret weapon when you’re trying to get out of the dinnertime rut and get your family fed stress-free. And if you turned to the internet in 2017 for cooking inspiration, you’re not alone, but some recipes are more popular than others. According to Google these are the top five recipes searched for this past year.

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5. Zucchini
This summer squash is a perfect choice when you’re growing vegetables in your backyard with your kids because it’s easy to plant and care for, but you will definitely be left with an abundance of the stuff, which might be why so many people searched for recipes on zucchini.

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4. Brine Turkey
If you suffered through a dry turkey this holiday season, you’ll definitely want to search this one and Pin it for 2018. Brining = juicy and delicious. Even the pickiest eaters won’t turn it away.

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3. Corn Casserole
Corn, muffin mix and some sour cream, and your kids might actually ask for seconds of a veggie.

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2. Apple Crisps
Warm, sweet and totally tasty. Plus less pie crust means dessert is a little less guilty.

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1.Beef Stroganoff
This one is an oldie, so it’s definitely surprising to see it at the top of the list. Then again, ground beef and noodles are sure to please the kids and the nostalgic kid in you so if you haven’t tried it yet, it could be the best way to break in the Instant Pot you got from Santa.

Did any of these foods make it to your family’s table in 2017? Share your favorite dishes in the comments below.


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