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2020 has been a year full of unexpected occurrences, the least of which was a major pandemic. As people stayed home to stop the spread of COVID-19, it allowed them to become more creative in different aspects of their lives, including cooking and baking.
Google gathered data for recipes that had a high spike in traffic over a sustained period in 2020 compared to 2019. These recipes are the top trending searches in America and reflect the things people whipped up in their kitchen over the past 12 months.
One of the best parts of visiting Disneyland is the food, of course, especially the cult-favorite churros. But as theme parks closed around the world, home cooks learned Mickey-worthy churros are easy enough to make in your own kitchen. Make them extra magical and dip them in your hot chocolate.
Speaking of Disney theme parks, nothing beats a cool, refreshing pineapple Dole Whip on a hot day. People were looking for ways to replicate this delicious dairy-free dessert at home and create their own Adventureland. Luckily, with just four ingredients, you can have this favorite treat in a matter of minutes.
One of the best parts of traveling is staying at a hotel, and DoubleTree’s signature chocolate chip cookie recipe was released this spring. Want to bake up a batch at home? Try this recipe for chocolate chip cookies with a hint of cinnamon.
There’s one thing that has been a constant trend this year, and that’s bread. It seems like everyone is making their own bread and posting it to social media. With this recipe, you can become a master bread baker too. Just make sure you procure some sourdough starter.
What’s the best way to get rid of those overly ripe bananas? Make banana bread. This recipe is quick and simple to make at home with your loved ones. Though these may be the top trending searches on Google, there are plenty of easy, fun recipes to make at home with kids during coronavirus quarantine.
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