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by Martin Lakin Published 1 year ago Updated 5 months ago
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What are Joanna Gaines’ favorite recipes?

Lemon Pie Joanna loves to make a homemade lemon pie for Chip and the kids as an after-dinner treat. Go to Recipe 17/21 Scalloped Potatoes Joanna’s new cookbook, Magnolia Table, includes her favorite recipes, including scalloped potatoes. Try our version of the stick-to-the-ribs side dish. Go to Recipe 18/21 Chocolate Cake

How do you make Joanna Gaines chocolate chip cookies?

Joanna Gaines' Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe. 1 2 cups brown sugar. 2 1 stick softened butter (left at room temperature about an hour, still a little chilled) 3 2 eggs. 4 1½ teaspoons vanilla. 5 2½ cups flour. 6 1/2 teaspoon salt. 7 1 heaping teaspoon baking soda. 8 3/4 bag chocolate chips.

How long does it take to make Joanna Gaines’ holiday treats?

We took a close look at Joanna’s holiday treats and found, hidden within our coffers, lightened versions that are just as easy to make. Each of our delicious alternatives can be made in your kitchen with 10 minutes of prep time or under and all clock in at under 150 calories.

What is in Joanna Gaines’ Magnolia table?

It features a graham cracker crust, a lemony sweetened condensed milk filling, and a vanilla whipped cream topping. With so few ingredients and such easy steps, this is a pie that anyone can make when the craving strikes. Buy it! Magnolia Table: A Collection of Recipes for Gathering by Joanna Gaines, $18 Have you tried any of these recipes?

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10 Joanna Gaines recipes you must try

Joanna Gaines seems to have it all. Not only does the "Fixer Upper" star have a keen eye for home design and a pretty busy career, but she also is known for her easy-but-oh-so-delicious Southern recipes that you must try at least once.

Here's why there's a plastic baby in your King Cake

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Coke collectibles you see everywhere

If you've lived in the South for at least a couple of years, you've probably met at least one person who collects Coke memorabilia. It's probably overflowing a curio cabinet (or two) in their living room.

Inspired by Joanna Gaines, we discovered a sweet snack that we feel good about feeding our kids (and ourselves) this fall...and any time!

Inspired by Joanna Gaines, we discovered a sweet snack that we feel good about feeding our kids (and ourselves) this fall...and any time!

Guac Crocs & Veggies

I'm all grown-up, but I still love to play with my food. Garbanzo beans in the guacamole add taste, texture and nutrition. The croc part is just plain fun. —Kallee Krong-Mccreery, Escondido, California

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1. Chocolate Chip Cookies

This classic chocolate chip cookie has a surprising secret: It cuts back on the butter! Of this decision, Joanna says, “I do truly believe that butter makes everything better and no one is more surprised than I am about how amazing these taste even though they’re made with less of the good stuff than most traditional chocolate chip cookies.”

3. Peach Caprese Salad via PureWow

Caprese salad is a summertime staple, but Joanna’s recipe switches out the traditional tomatoes for fresh, juicy peaches. The combination of sweet peaches and milky mozzarella is basically heaven on a plate.

4. Asparagus & Fontina Quiche via Real Simple

Now is the perfect time to make this recipe, as it’s prime asparagus season! A quintessential brunch dish, this quiche is great for feeding a crowd. Just add mimosas and bacon.

5. Grilled Salmon with Meyer Lemons & Creamy Cucumber Salad via Domino

Looking for something a little lighter than biscuits and cookies? This grilled salmon is just the ticket. With summer in full swing, this succulent salmon with its accompanying crunchy cuke salad is the perfect meal to enjoy al fresco.

7. Fried Chicken with Sticky Poppy Seed Jam via Better Homes & Gardens

Remember those biscuits from earlier? Yeah, this is the fried chicken to serve them with. The key to success with this recipe is first brining the chicken overnight in a buttermilk mixture to ensure it’s nice and juicy once fried. Also, don’t sleep on the poppy seed jam — it totally makes the dish!

8. Lemon Pie via Southern Living

This lemon pie just screams summer. It features a graham cracker crust, a lemony sweetened condensed milk filling, and a vanilla whipped cream topping. With so few ingredients and such easy steps, this is a pie that anyone can make when the craving strikes.

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