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Here Are The Recipes You Should Try In 2018

Here's what our readers loved most this year.

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We recently asked the BuzzFeed Community to share their absolute favorite thing they made this past year. Here's what they said!

1. Fusilli Lasagna

hellofresh.com

"I made lasagna with regular pasta instead of the usual lasagna sheets. It turned out amazing, less greasy, and more flavorful. (I used fusilli, but most pasta will work.) You just assemble everything and toss it into the oven. Honestly, pasta lasagna is now my favorite lasagna. You should try it!" —HelenMV

Get the recipe here.

2. Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Cookies

chelseasmessyapron.com

"I made these pumpkin chocolate chip cookies this past fall (using a recipe I found in a BuzzFeed post!) and they were amazing. My boyfriend described them as 'tasting fall.'" —MickeyLaLa

Get the recipe here.

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4. Slow Cooker Chicken & Sweet Potato Stew

realfoodwholelife.com

"It was healthy, filling, and super affordable! Since it was just me eating it, I was able to portion it out into freezer containers and get several meals out of it." —Jackie Demchak, Facebook

Get the recipe here.

5. Summer Garden Pasta

Instagram: @inagarten

"Ina Garten’s summer pasta! It's so simple. You marinate cherry tomatoes in olive oil for a few hours, cook and drain angel hair pasta, then mix in the olive oil, tomatoes, fresh Parm, and seasoning. It's pretty much the easiest thing ever — and it's always a massive hit." —Ca1Ta

Find the recipe here.

6. Shepard's Pie

everylastbite.com

"I made small adjustments for my taste (like adding mushrooms and using potatoes instead of the cauliflower swap in this version), but it was hands down the best thing I’ve eaten all year." —Halia2

Get the recipe here.

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10. Alsace Onion Tart

epicurious.com

"My in-laws are notorious for eating nothing but super unhealthy stuff on Thanksgiving — but I still brought them a vegetable dish this year. The kicker? They wouldn't touch it so I had it all to myself, lol. And it was delicious from beginning to end! I tweaked the recipe a bit: Instead of bacon, I used roasted butternut squash. I also used half vodka in the crust recipe, which made it so soft and flaky and yummy. Normally I'd be sad if no one touched something I made, but this time it was just more for me — and I loved it." —Kadamony

Find the recipe here.

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12. Chocolate Chunk Cookies With Tahini and Olive Oil

thehungrybites.com

"These tahini cookies were big, soft, and chewy — and they came out even better than the ones made with butter." —Makos K.

Get the recipe here.

14. Slow Cooker Chicken Cacciatore

skinnytaste.com

"I made this on a whim once because I wanted an easy Crock-Pot dinner, and now it's in my regular dinner rotation because it's so easy and delicious. The leftovers are great too!" —Felicia Gauthier

Get the recipe here.

15. Rustic Apple Tart

Stephanie J. / BuzzFeed

"To all my fellow basic, autumn-lovin’ ladies who love going apple picking and then immediately regret buying 20 pounds of apples: This apple tart is crazy simple, easier to make than pie, and impossible to mess up. It's also 'rustic' —which basically means it’s allowed to look messy while still being ~chic~." —Stephanie J.

Find the recipe here.

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16. Skillet Chicken With Creamy Cilantro Lime Sauce

sallysbakingaddiction.com

"My family loves this recipe! Even my brother (who is so picky when it comes to chicken) loves it. It's so easy to make, full of flavor, and you can adjust it to your liking when it comes to the spices and acid. And the sauce tastes great with potatoes as well as vegetables." —Kathryn W.

Get the recipe here.

18. Chocolate Hazelnut Cake With Dark Chocolate Ganache

Akhila Shekhar / pepperdelight.com

"This is the best and the most delicious chocolate cake I ever baked in my life. It's totally chocolate heaven!" —Akhila Shekhar

Get the recipe here.