Top Rated Baking Recipes

Baked Tomatoes
This baked tomato dish uses brown sugar to enhance the natural sweetness of the tomatoes, and breadcrumbs and eggs to add a crispy, creamy texture. Baked tomato casserole is a Southern favorite that works as a side dish with so many different meals.This recipe is by Julie Rothman and was originally published in The Baltimore Sun.
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4.5
carrot bake
You're likely familiar with sweet potato casserole, but this version uses carrot topped with marshmallow instead. This recipe is courtesy of Eggland's Best. 
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4.5
Baked Alaska Meatloaf
An all-time family favorite. Savory meatloaf is topped with mashed potatoes and melted Cheddar cheese.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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4.5
Oven-Baked Chicken
If you love fried chicken then you will love this recipe for a healthy alternative. The secret to its crispy goodness? Putting the chicken into a baking dish that's already hot. This recipe is courtesy of Betty Crocker. 
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4.5
Baked Blueberry Oatmeal
This recipe for baked blueberry oatmeal will become an instant favorite in your house, and most likely, a weekly occurrence on your breakfast table. With cinnamon, honey, brown sugar and blueberries, this oatmeal is sweet and slightly crunchy on the outside with a softer inside. You'll never have to face mushy oatmeal again, and your friends will be begging you to bring it to your next brunch gathering. Recipe courtesy of Happy Money Saver
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4.5
Baked ziti
This comforting dish is the best thing to make when you've got a crowd coming over. With the dollops and dots of ricotta, Parmesan and mozzarella throughout the dish, every bite is guaranteed to be cheesy, saucy and delicious. You can assemble everything hours before baking, and then pop it in the oven right before your guests arrive. Or, make the entire dish for yourself, then portion and freeze the leftovers for a super easy meal you can reheat any busy weekday.
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4.25
Baked Tomatoes with Parmesan and Oregano
This baked appetizer is easy and healthy — and for those with fancy plates or bowls, it can be really pretty, too. The fresh oregano is key in this recipe, so don’t be lazy and use the dried stuff. Feel free to swap in salted mozzarella for a more gooey filling. After you pop the tomatoes in the oven to bake, you will have plenty of time to tend to more complicated dishes or last-minute details. Click here to see 11 Easy Appetizer Recipes.
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4
Oeufs en Cocotte
The French know the best way to eat their eggs — with plenty of cream. 
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3.75
Bacon
Why bake your bacon, you ask? Two reasons. First, it cooks more evenly than on the stovetop, and, by using the oven, you free up space to cook more fabulous main dishes like eggs in a hole or omelettes.  Plus, I tend to be a cook who watches my food very closely, and this allows me to feel safer about leaving my bacon unattended without worrying that I'm going to burn it. Some of you out there are probably aghast at the idea of preparing bacon in the oven, but I dare you to try it and let me know what you think.  Click here to see Lazy Sunday Brunch Recipes.
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3.75
Pop this easy spinach bake into the oven and bake it for about 35 minutes. The simple and delicious appetizer can serve up to 12 people. Recipe courtesy of Eggland's Best
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3.333335
These aren't your average twice-baked potatoes. They take a lot of extra work, but with tons of crispy bacon, cheese, sour cream and green onions, these are delicious beyond belief.
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3.25