I love sharing my 10 Most Popular Recipes each year because it’s exciting to see what you guys are loving and which recipes you come back to again and again! This year I’ve shared lots of new seasonal recipes, fun holiday treats and sweets, and easy meals that you’ll come back to again and again.

I’ve also updated a bunch of old recipes with new photos, improved recipe instructions, and made some recipe tweaks along the way. I want your user experience to be easy, stress free and delicious!

As we roll into 2024, here’s a look back at the 10 most popular recipes from 2023! What would you like to see on Salt & Baker in 2024?

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I’m so glad you guys are loving homemade oatmeal recipes! They are so much better than buying oatmeal packets. This Maple and Brown Sugar Oatmeal is freshly made with delicious maple syrup and brown sugar for the perfect flavor and sweetness to get you excited for breakfast in the morning.

Maple and Brown Sugar Oatmeal
This warm and delicious oatmeal is so yummy and much better than any pre-packaged brown sugar oatmeal you buy at the store.
A bowl of oatmeal on a white background.
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Go from dry scrambled eggs to the most amazingly soft eggs scrambled with cheese and cooked in butter. I teach you how to get soft egg folds that aren’t tight or watery and aren’t overly dry — the BEST scrambled eggs! 

Cheesy Scrambled Eggs
These cheesy scrambled eggs are a high protein, filling breakfast! Plus this recipe produces a soft scrambled egg, not one that is stiff and dry.
A gray plate full of Cheesy Scrambled Eggs that have been garnished with fresh parsley.
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As you know, I love all things brownies and cookies — including cookie dough and brownie batter! So turning brownie mix into cookies was a definitely must. These Brownie Cookies taste just like brownies in cookie form — extra chocolatey, gooey, perfectly baked, and oh so delicious!

Brownie Mix Cookies
These brownie mix cookies are easy to make, require minimal ingredients, and produce an ultra fudgy interior.
overhead photo of Brownie Mix Cookies on a white parchment paper.
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This big bakery style chocolate chip cookie is inspired by the Crumbl chocolate chip cookie, but it’s actually very different from It! It’s much softer, more moist, has a better balance of sweetness and the perfect amount of chocolate chips. It’s the best chocolate chip cookie recipe!

Crumbl Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe
A perfect Crumbl copycat recipe. What you get is a thick, chewy, and large chocolate chip cookie that tastes JUST like a cookie from Crumbl.
A copycat Crumbl Chocolate Chip Cookie on a white background.
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Hostess Cupcake Cookies are a trip down memory lane! They look just like the hostess treat from years ago! This cookie version has a rich chocolate cookie base, thick and smooth mallow filling, topped with chocolate frosting and the iconic hostess swirls.

Hostess Cupcake Cookies
These will quickly become your new favorite cookies! Remember those Hostess cupcakes from years ago? Well I turned them into a cookie and they are spot on! A rich chocolate cookie is topped with a whipped marshmallow meringue frosting, a thick chocolate ganache, and the iconic white chocolate "Hostess Cupcake" loops.
A Hostess Cupcake Cookie on a white table.
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German Chocolate Cake is a family favorite at my house. Layers of moist chocolate cake are enveloped by a buttery, gooey coconut pecan frosting. It’s the ultimate German chocolate dessert!

Traditional German Chocolate Cake
A delicious and moist German Chocolate Cake topped with a homemade coconut pecan frosting.
A slice of Traditional German Chocolate Cake taken from a four layer Traditional German Chocolate Cake on a wooden cake plate.
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Homemade ravioli is really such a fun skill to learn because the options are endless on what fillings to use. It’s a fun dinner idea that involves the kids, too! Plus, with the right tools and following my recipe, you’ll find that learning how to make ravioli is much easier than you think!

How to Make Ravioli
Homemade ravioli is a labor of love but once you get the hang of it, it's a lot of fun… and delicious!
A photo of homemade ravioli.
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Scotcharoos is such a fun recipe! They are irresistible! I make these for family gatherings and they are always eaten right up! The sticky sweet Rice Krispies treat base topped with the chocolate coating is so indulgent and delicious! It’s the perfect butterscotch chocolate treat.

These soft scotcharoos are soft (not hard!) and topped with a smooth butterscotch chocolate topping.
Scotcharoos cut into squares.
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These chocolate peanut butter protein balls taste SO much like no-bake cookies! They are so yummy and such a fun easy — and healthy — dessert to make. I’m so glad you are loving these! These protein balls are perfect to make in bulk and freeze to enjoy as needed.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Balls
An easy protein ball recipe that will have you eating this for breakfast, snack, and dessert! 😉
A plate full of Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Balls.
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Ringing in at #1 for a second-year running is my Mexican Street Corn Casserole. This delicious corn casserole is a family favorite so I’m stoked you love it too! It’s the perfect side dish with tons of flavor. Move over corn on the cob — the best Mexican street corn casserole is here!

Mexican Street Corn Casserole
Mexican Street Corn Casserole is a really easy side dish that's whipped up in no time at all!
A large serving spoon scooping out Mexican Street Corn Casserole from a white baking dish.
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And that’s a wrap! Thank you for being here, for following along, and for making my recipes.

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