Top 10 These Old Cookbooks Recipes from 2019

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We love a good countdown here at These Old Cookbooks so we decided to share the top 10 recipes from 2019. Many of these recipes are from our mom, grandma or other family and friends.

Ranging from the old classics to simple, less than 5 ingredient dishes, all of these are recipes our families make often.

Let’s jump right in!

#10 – Easy Shepherds Pie

To make it fast and simple, use pre-cooked mashed potatoes to quickly whip up this Easy Shepherd's Pie for a dinner that your entire family will love.

We created a new version of this classic with our French Onion Shepherds Pie.

#9 – 4-Ingredient Baked Chicken Legs

Need a quick and easy way to make your family happy? These 4-Ingredient Baked Chicken Legs are extremely easy to make and turn out tender and juicy every time.


#8 – Old-Fashioned Pea Salad

Using just one can of peas, this Old-Fashioned Pea Salad recipe is perfect for a side dish for a normal meal without too many leftovers. However, it can easily be doubled (or tripled) for cookouts and pitch-ins. This pea salad can be eaten right away or chilled for later.

We love peas and pea salad so we have a couple of variations of pea salads on the site, including Creamy Dill Pea Salad and Easy Bacon Pea Salad.

#7 – Crock Pot Beef Brisket

This Crock Pot Beef Brisket, which takes minutes to prep, will make you look like a superstar this season when you serve it as part of your holiday menu.


#6 – 3-Ingredient Chicken Salad

This 3 Ingredient Chicken Salad is a great option for an easy workday lunch to fix as a sandwich or put on crackers.


#5 – 3-Ingredient Crock Pot Spiral Ham

This 3-Ingredient Crock Pot Spiral Ham is so easy but brings so much flavor.


#4 – Grandma’s Easy Apple Crisp

Grandma's Easy Apple Crisp recipe is a traditional apple crisp without oats. The melt-in-your-mouth crumble topping screams cinnamon and butter and will have your family begging for more.


#3 – Classic Salmon Patties

Our low-carb version of these salmon patties came in at #11 in 2019!

#2 – Mom’s Tuna Casserole


#1 – Tuscan Sausage and White Bean Soup

This Tuscan Sausage and White Bean Soup recipe is an easy meal to make and customize to your own tastes.

This has been the top recipe on our site for a long time. We love it so much, we’ve made several different versions, including a low-carb alternative with riced cauliflower in place of the beans.

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  1. The other recipes in your top 10 have underlined titles and you can find them by clicking on the title but not this Tuscan bean and sausage soup. How do you find this recipe on your site since the recipes aren’t organized by specific categories? It sounds good…I’d like to make it.

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