These Are Our Favorite Trisha Yearwood Recipes

These Are Our Favorite Trisha Yearwood Recipes
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Trisha Yearwood is a country superstar with a golden voice. But it's not enough that she's a gorgeous, wonderful singer, she's a fantastic cook, too!

With three hit cook books and Trisha's Southern Kitchen on Food Network, her culinary achievements are almost as big as her musical feats.

Since nobody knows the South like Trisha, we thought we'd list some of her top recipes. Now, you'll be able to get a taste of southern goodness from the mind of a country music queen.

Baked Macaroni and Cheese

Everybody needs a good mac and cheese recipe in their life! Trisha doesn't add any frills to the classic and gives you a creamy, cheesy delight to please anyone at suppertime.

Find the recipe at Food Network.

Chicken Broccoli Casserole

Never underestimate the power of a good casserole! Always a warm, filling meal that tastes even better the next day.Trisha's Chicken Broccoli Casserole is a good weeknight dinner for even your hungriest of eaters.

Sweet Potato Pie

If you wanna get into Southern cooking, you need to know a good sweet potato pie recipe. Trisha's here to help with her delicious version of the country classic.

Get the recipe at Food Network.

Breakfast Sausage Casserole

This breakfast sausage casserole will make you wanna get up in the morning, bright and early. Full of cheddar, eggs, and sausage, it's a hearty, delicious breakfast.

Twice Baked Potatoes

Twice Baked Potatoes are twice as good with her additions of sour cream, cheddar, and bacon, of course!

Get the recipe at Food Network.

Charleston Cheese Dip

Bring this dip to a party and everybody will be singing your praises! If you like cheese and bacon (and who doesn't), you gotta try this. 

Get the recipe at Food Network.

Chicken Pie

Like a chicken pot pie without the pot, this Chicken Pie is surprisingly easy to make and can feed a family or a rodeo team, maybe more!

Cheese Straws

No, these aren't for sipping a Coke! This is a great crunchy, cheesy treat, perfect for snack time.

Find the recipe at Food Network.

Un-Fried Chicken

Making your own fried chicken can be a real mess and it's not the healthiest choice for suppertime. This Un-Fried Chicken gives you all the flavor without the fat. Plus, no worries about cleaning up grease and oil, it's almost mess free.

Sweet and Saltines

If you find yourself with a sweet tooth, this is a great dessert to whip up in a flash. Just using saltines, butter, sugar, and chocolate, Trisha makes the delightful salty-sweet confection. You'll never think saltines are boring after making this!

Get the recipe at Food Network.