These copycat recipes of menu items from well-known restaurants and brands will allow you to make some of your favorite treats at home, like that delicious Outback Steakhouse bread, chicken ‘n dumplings just like Cracker Barrel makes, and even Mrs. Fields’ chocolate chip cookies. Enjoy!

  1. Copycat Outback Steakhouse Bread by The Pin Junkie

From the website: “If you’ve ever been to an Outback Steakhouse restaurant, you know that the meal always starts with a serving of honey wheat “Bushman” bread.  This bread is delicious and it’s even better with generous amounts of butter.  I usually find it difficult not to eat too much of this bread before the meal is served.  Maybe that’s why they make the loaves so small!

Now you can enjoy this delicious bread at home.  This copy-cat Outback Steakhouse honey wheat bread recipe makes bread that’s exactly like what is served at the restaurant.  I was surprised to find out the secret ingredient is coffee!  Who knew!  (I didn’t have instant coffee granules so I substituted coffee for the water.)”


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  1. Cracker Barrel Copycat Chicken and Dumplings by Foodgasm Recipes

From the website: “Who doesn’t love a bowl of piping-hot dumplings? These Cracker Barrel Copycat Chicken and Dumplings are pillows of starchy goodness.  They hit the spot when you are looking for something that makes you feel full and warm.”

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  1. Copycat Starbucks Banana Bread Recipe by My Frugal Adventures

From the website: “Banana Bread is one of our absolute favorite treats.  My girls love it and honestly I do too.  There is something so comforting about warm banana bread, it just makes a perfect after school snack or homemade gift. 

Whenever I pop over to a Starbucks I can usually count on the girls starting to ask for the Banana Bread.  They just love it.

I have been playing with various recipes for banana bread for awhile now and finally stumbled across one that we really like and that is very, very close to what we usually get at Starbucks stores.

This one is simple to make, packed with banana and is delicious plain, with nuts or add some chocolate chips for a real treat.”


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  1. Copycat Chick-Fil-A Chicken Nuggets by Kitchen Fun with My Three Sons

From the website: “If your family loves heading to Chick-Fil-A as much as mine, you are probably looking for the best Copycat Chick-Fil-A Chicken Nuggets recipe and now you have found it!”

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  1. Copycat Orange Julius by Lil’ Luna

From the website: “This Copycat Orange Julius recipe takes just a minute to make and is a favorite family treat! Ingredients include frozen orange juice concentrate, milk, sugar, vanilla, water, and ice cubes to make this refreshing and simple drink.”


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  1. Copycat Panda Express Orange Chicken by Dinner Then Dessert

From the website: “Panda Express Orange Chicken is the most popular recipe on the Panda Express menu and I’m sure you all know why! This recipe will make you dance a little in your chair as you eat it because it is just right on the money!”


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  1. Mrs. Field’s Chocolate Chip Cookie Copycat Recipe by Can’t Stay Out of the Kitchen

From the website: “Mrs. Field’s Chocolate Chip Cookie Copycat Recipe is one of the most spectacular copycat recipes ever! I LOVED, LOVED, LOVED this soft and chewy melt-in-your-mouth copycat version of Mrs. Field’s delicious Chocolate Chip cookies. It’s loaded with 50% more chocolate chips than most Chocolate Chip Cookie recipes–and you have only about two-thirds of the volume of most recipes. So that’s a LOT of chocolate!”


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  1. Starbucks Lemon Loaf Copycat by Confetti & Bliss

From the website: “This heavenly lemon cake recipe is super scrumptious. It’s literally bursting with sunshine! Starbucks lemon loaf, move on over. Meet your delicious homemade rival!”


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  1. Copycat Popeye’s Biscuits by Just a Pinch

From the website: “These are the easiest,best tasting biscuits i have ever made. My family begs me to make them! They taste like the biscuits Popeyes made when they use to hand make them(now they are premade and frozen.)Give them a try,i promise you won’t be disappointed!”


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