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12 Most Pinned Recipes and a Question for You!

    A screenshot of the 12 most pinned recipes

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    I’ve been doing a lot of pondering about which recipes you all love most. (Because pondering(2) is pretty cool word; lets see how many times I can use it). In the midst of all my pondering(3) and research, I realized I could figure this out without too much pondering(4) by using Pinterest.

    By the way, if you’re familiar with Pinterest, I think you’ll be pondering(5) what I’m pondering(6); this picture pretty much sums it up except I’d be wearing a purple shirt. Pinner Beware; just sayin’.
    pinterest pin all the things

    Lets get back on track. Here’s the list of the 12 most pinned recipes from NatashasKitchen.com, just in case you wanted to go on a pinning rampage and add them to your “best food ever” board ;).

    1. 421,000+ Pins. Spinach and Artichoke Dip:

    Spinach and Artichoke Dip Recipe-2-4

    2. 75,000+ Pins. Raspberry Pretzel Jello:

    Raspberry Pretzel square

    3. 11,000+ Pins. Mom’s Cream Horn Trubochki Recipe:

    Cream-Horn-Trubochki-Recipe

    4. 7,000+ Pins. Baked Salmon with Garlic and Dijon:

    Baked-Salmon-Recipe

    5. 4,000+ Pins. Perfect Vanilla Cupcakes Recipe:

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    6. 3,000+ Pins. Cupcake Frosting Recipe:

    cupcake-frosting-recipe

    7. 3,000+ Pins. Canapes with Garlic Herb Cream Cheese and Avocado:

    Cream Cheese Herb & Avocado Canapes square

    8. 3,000+ Pins. Strawberry Layer Cake Recipe:

    Strawberry Layer Cake square

    9. 3,000+ Pins. Perfect Caesar Dressing Recipe:

    Ceasar-Dressing-Recipe

    10. 1,000+ Pins. Oven Baked Potato Wedges:

    potato wedges

    11. 1,000+ Pins. No Knead Artisan Bread Recipe:

    artisan-bread-recipe

    12. 1,000+ Pins. Baked Asparagus with Lemon Butter and Parmesan Recipe:

    Baked-asparagus-with-lemon-butter-parmesan

    Thank you so much for pinning my recipes. I get so excited when I see you pin a recipe or share it on Facebook or Instagram with your friends and family. You all are so awesome!

    Now, for the BIG QUESTION:

    What do you want to see more of on this blog? (Dessert, Salad, Cooking Tips, Video tutorials, Events and Menus, Slow Cooker stuff, etc, etc,)?? I want to know! 

    Tell me in a comment below so I can quit all this pondering (7 – sorry I couldn’t help myself). Thanks! I value your input.

     

    Natasha Kravchuk

    Welcome to my kitchen! I am Natasha, the blogger behind Natasha's Kitchen (since 2009). My husband and I run this blog together and share only our best, family approved and tested recipes with YOU. Thanks for stopping by! We are so happy you're here.

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    Comments

    • Janet Charlebois
      October 2, 2019

      I LOVE your site; most of all ‘your’ videos so then I can actually “see” how you make your recipes. I’ve shown my hubby some of your recipes; he called you “laughing lady”….so now when I refer to a recipe to see if he’d enjoy it…he asks where I got it from…I delightly answer him…from the laughing lady site. hehe’
      Plz. keep up your awesome videos. & thx bunches for all

      Reply

      • Natashas Kitchen
        October 2, 2019

        Aww that’s the best! Thank you for sharing that with me, Janet!

        Reply

    • Jenny
      May 26, 2019

      Hi Natasha, I love your cake/desert recipes but as I have recently bought an air fryer I would love to see your lovely recipes converted to that style of cooking and some new ones to tackle the air fryer eg: the rice arancini balls, salmon and even cake can be cooked in it apparently. Thanks for the entertaining cook ups.

      Reply

      • Natasha
        May 26, 2019

        Hi Jenny, Thank you for the suggestion and I’m so glad you love our recipes! We do plan to slowly integrate instructions for the air fryer as much as we can when testing recipes!

        Reply

    • Renee
      April 21, 2019

      I’m a huge fan! I do have some trouble because I cook for 2, my husband and I. Most of the recipes are for families. And so much butter, cream cheese and heavy whipping cream..yikes !! It’s all good in moderation. I have made your baklava recipe several times It was sort of tedious but Family and friends thought I was the bomb for creating such a delightful yummy dessert. I get asked to make it quite often 😊 Thank you.

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      • Natashas Kitchen
        April 21, 2019

        You’re welcome! I’m so happy you enjoy our recipes, yes everything in moderation!

        Reply

    • Liann
      March 30, 2018

      Thank you Natasha for your hard work. I really enjoy your recipes. I made some of them. Your website is very organized and easy to navigate. I suggest to all my friends and family to use your site for any recipe.
      Keep up the good work.

      Reply

      • Natasha's Kitchen
        March 30, 2018

        My pleasure Liann! I’m happy to hear how much you enjoy my site. Thanks for following and sharing the love!

        Reply

    • Lidiya
      May 22, 2013

      Natasha. Please posts more posts of cooked meat. Especially beef and chicken w/o the grill though. PLEASEEEEEEEEE!

      Reply

      • Natasha
        natashaskitchen
        May 22, 2013

        I’ll take that into STRONG consideration 🙂

        Reply

    • Anna
      May 12, 2013

      Hi Natasha, I recently came across your web page and prepared a few of your recipes. Unlike other webs, your recipes came out tasting great!!! I’ve always wanted to find out how to make that salt and pepper shrimp at chinatown buffet restaurants and fried crab, I love seafood!!! I’d love to see some more cakes too 🙂
      Keep up the great work
      Gods blessings 🙂

      Reply

    • Sonia
      May 10, 2013

      I have enjoyed your Ukrainian and Russian recipes the most. I just made your strawberry layer cake for my husband’s birthday and everyone loved it! Thank you so much!

      Reply

      • Natasha
        natashaskitchen
        May 10, 2013

        You’re welcome Sonia, I’m glad everyone loved it.

        Reply

    • Oksana
      May 8, 2013

      I’ve got another idea for you to ponder. Many of us have kids, (or one day might). Kid friendly foods, lunchbox ideas (I know your son doesn’t start school for another few years though, but that will give you a chance to ponder on some ideas).
      I know we don’t want to cater to our kids’ picky eating behaviours, but sometimes I just want to whip up something easy that they can enjoy, besides Mac’n’Cheese (we’ve all done that right?)
      Another one is baby food, my youngest is 8 months old, and I don’t want to buy baby jar food (except when out and about for convenience). I just cut up a bunch of veggies, boil them, and call that a meal. But any other suggestions for simple foods will work.
      By the way, my 5 year old likes to watch your “cooking shows”, he then tries to retell me what I need to do (like for that recent bread recipe you posted). Maybe you can make up videos that shows your “little man” making a simple recipe with you, that would be cute.

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      • Natasha
        natashaskitchen
        May 8, 2013

        Oksana, thanks so much for the feedback! That’s cute that your son likes to watch the “cooking shows.” 🙂 Awww. I’ll definitely take that into consideration and making a video with my son would be fun 🙂 In the mean time, check out weelicious for good recipes for the little ones 🙂

        Reply

        • Oksana
          May 9, 2013

          Thanks, that’s great. Just googled the website weelicious, and it looks like I’ll definitely be looking at that site for kids’ food ideas.

          Reply

    • Paul Corsa
      May 3, 2013

      My wife and I love the recipe for Pickiling the Costco Peppers with Garlic and Dill. We have shared it with many, taken it to an Easter Dinner for 30 people and my wife shared it with her nutritionist, who was very impressed. Do you have any other pickling recipes? Thanks in Advance. Paul in MI

      Reply

    • Ina K
      May 1, 2013

      I wish all your recipes were available in a cookbook, so you could quickly leaf through the pages and find the perfect recipe to make 🙂

      Reply

      • Natasha
        natashaskitchen
        May 1, 2013

        One day. 🙂

        Reply

    • Angelina
      May 1, 2013

      Hi Natasha! I very much enjoy your website and all the recipes are beautifully made. I would like to see more of desserts (any desserts cakes, jello, mouse) and also main course. Thank you so much for your effort and all that you do to help!

      Reply

      • Natasha
        natashaskitchen
        May 1, 2013

        You’re welcome Angelina 🙂 Thanks for your input!

        Reply

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