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Yes friends, not only is it our regularly scheduled weekly meal plan post, but we’re also celebrating our 100th menu plan! That’s right, your friendly neighborhood Dinner Divas have been bringing you goodness for almost 2 years now!
In celebration of this admittedly sort of arbitrary milestone, we have brought you our most popular recipes. So, for the Monday-Friday posts, you’re looking at our most popular savory/dinner recipes, and for the Extras, those are our Divas most popular desserts!
The best of the best! Huzzah!
We hope you enjoy the meal plan, and please let us know what you’re cooking this week!
How to Make Vodka Sauce, With a Huge Assist from Fabio and Giada
This post is probably a good nine years old, and the photos bear that out. How to Make Vodka Sauce is rightly one of my most popular savory recipes, and not-so-coincidentally, I'll be updating with delicious new photos this weekend. You can make vodka sauce using your own homemade marinara or your favorite store bought kind. I'll show you how!
Cajun Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo
Imagine this: another comforting pasta dish! And this one from Kirsten of Comfortably Domestic is a real winner: it's hard to beat the combination of spicy chicken and creamy sauce. Incidentally, this is the dish I always order when we go out for "seafood," because I'm not a fan. I could eat this pasta every day!
French Onion Bruschetta
Concentrated beefy broth caramelized onion goodness topping slices of toasty bread and then broiled with not one but two kinds of cheese. Wow! So, while technically you wouldn't necessarily call this a dinner, I dare you to tell me you wouldn't eat 6 or 8 of these for dinner if you made them, am I right? And now that you know about these little beauties from The Speckled Palate, I'm pretty sure you'll find a way to squeeze them into your dinner rotation!
Instant Pot Keto Crack Chicken, Mexican-Style
Creamy, smoky, and spicy, this chicken is technically keto (high fat, low carb, and moderate protein), but it also makes a delicious component to a more traditional meal: roll it up in tortillas and bake with some sauce over the top for an easy enchilada casserole, use as a topping for nachos, as a dip, or as a filling for your Taco Tuesday meal. Versatile and easy to make. Enjoy!
Veggie Cakes | Pook's Pantry Recipe Blog
These vegetable cakes are Cheryl's number one post for a reason. Tons of vegetables--zucchini, broccoli, carrots, and corn--are held together by a cheesy, eggy batter and then fried up on a griddle. Serve them with a salad for a nice springtime meal. Even your picky eaters will be gobbling up their vegetables!
Devil's Food Cupcakes with Mint Buttercream
Hooray for seasonal yums! Pook's Pantry hits this one out of the park with deep, dark Devil's Food cupcakes swirled with mint frosting. And she also shows you how to make those cool little mint candy curls for garnish, too!
Milk Chocolate Buttercream
Milk chocolate buttercream. Yes, please. And if you don't believe Kirsten or me about it's goodness, read the reviews on the post. Everyone loves this buttercream. Everyone!
And there you have it, friends. Our 100th weekly meal plan, consisting of our most popular recipes. Make them and find out why they’re our most popular. Maybe they’ll become favorites for your family, too!
Thank you for spending time with The Divas this week. Make your shopping lists and enjoy the wonderful food!
Have a lovely day.