Recipes to Savor from Magnolia Table, Volume 3
In Jo’s newest cookbook, Magnolia Table, Volume 3, she shares a collection of 163 recipes that have one thing in common—they’re made for savoring every step that brings us to the table.
To savor something usually goes beyond taste. It applies to the process of becoming, from start to finish. A recipe may begin on a page, but then it transforms from a medley of flavors into an experience worth enjoying with all five senses. Any hour around a table can be a favorite one, and this collection of recipes gently reminds us that slowing down is essential to savoring those treasured moments we'll carry forward.
Here are a few dishes straight from the pages of Magnolia Table, Volume 3. We hope you savor the taste, yes, but also everything in-between.
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Bananas Foster Pancakes
Ingredients like butter, brown sugar, and a little bit of rum top off a fluffy stack pancakes in this breakfast take on a classic sweet treat—bananas foster.
Lemon Blueberry Bread
“This bread is simple and subtly sweet, and often the perfect thing to drop off on a friend’s porch—sometimes for no reason other than to say ‘I’m thinking about you.’” — Joanna Gaines, Magnolia Table, Volume 3
White Chicken Alfredo Lasagna
“My daughter Ella loves white sauce with pasta. Besides chicken, it’s her favorite way to top pizza and pasta. This recipe was an experiment in combining her two favorite toppings in a classic lasagna—and I love the way it turned out.” — Joanna Gaines, Magnolia Table, Volume 3
Peanut Butter Pie with Chocolate Crust
“I’ve never met a dessert with peanut butter and chocolate I didn’t like. And of them all, this pie is one I return to again and again.” — Joanna Gaines, Magnolia Table, Volume 3
Flavored Popcorn Trio
Good things come in threes, such as chocolate peanut butter, ranch, and caramel. This popcorn trio makes for a sweet or savory snack any hour of the day.
More Recipes to Savor
Here’s to savoring the recipes that bring us to the table, the moments that keep us there, and the flavors that fill us in more ways than one. See you in the kitchen!