At the end of every year, we share our top 10 most popular posts on Cool Mom Eats. It’s probably no surprise that most of the posts are pandemic related (remember when we were all baking bread and stuff?). And since so many of us were sort of forced to spend more time in our kitchens, whether we liked it or not, we’re glad that we could help make that a little easier. And tastier.
Advent calendars aren’t just for kids anymore. They’ve definitely come a long way!
9. How do I cook with what I have? 6 fantastic recipe apps that let you search by ingredient by Caroline Siegrist
A lot of us have become more aware of food waste this year and this post is a huge help. While we started using these apps at the start of the pandemic, they’re so handy that we will definitely be using them long after it’s over. (Which will hopefully be soon!)
Any guesses? We were all surprised with Kate’s discovery.
Plain brownies are so 2019. But brownie mixes are here to stay, and these smart ideas will make them a lot more homemade.
As so many of us did our best to support local restaurants during the pandemic (and give ourselves a welcome break from cooking), there were many concerns about safety. These tips gave us the reassurance we needed.
What would 2020 have been without a how to bake bread post? Not very 2020.
Surprise! You can actually re-grow lettuce and scallions. Who knew?
One Pot Pasta with Peas & Bacon at Salted Mint; Fried Rice by Jane Sweeney for Cool Mom Eats
We’re so happy to see one of our meal plans make the top 10.
We have TikTok to thank for this post. The real question is whether anyone is still actually making this stuff.
Our guest contributor Laura Stone helped us all get our pantries stocked with her been-there-done-that tips, all with a great sense of humor.
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