Your Favorite 'GMA' Recipes of the Year

Rocco's Low-Cal Brownies

Like many of our "Good Morning America" viewers we questioned Rocco's use of black beans in brownies. Almost anticipating the skepticism Rocco wrote in his cookbook "Now Eat This: America's Favorite Comfort Food" that the "beans add moisture and texture—not to mention fiber and protein" without taking away any of the fudgy flavor we look for. Rocco also uses cocoa powder and espresso to give the brownies a rich chocolaty taste, but he also suggests trying cocoa nibs if deep dark chocolate is your preference.

CLICK HERE to check out Rocco's cookbook "Eat This Now!"

GET THE RECIPE: Rocco's Low-Cal Brownies

Check out some of Rocco's other desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Rocco's Peach and Blueberry Cobbler with Ginger and Cinnamon
Rocco's Angel Food and Cherry Cake With Ginger Cream

2010 Stories


Azorean Spiced Beef Stew

As a mother of two Stephanie O'Dea challenged herself to use a slow-cooker everyday for a year to feed her family. What started as a way to save time turned into a year's worth of dinner recipes. This spiced beef stew was a favorite during winter time for her family and for our readers. CLICK HERE to check out Stephanie O'Dea's cookbook "Make It Fast, Cook It Slow"

GET THE RECIPE: Azorean Spiced Beef Stew

Save time cooking with these other slow-cooker recipes.

Sloppy Joes
Slow-Cookin' Maple-Dijon Chicken

Most Popular 'GMA' Recipes in 2010

2010 Stories

Dr. Savard's Secret Morning Mix High-Fiber Granola

Start your day off right with Dr. Marie Savard's nutritious and delicious granola. After years of testing, adding bits of her favorite breakfast products Marie came up with the perfect "morning mix" which is a combination of oats, wheat germ and dried fruit that will help you slim down while it fills you up. Marie makes big batches and then freezes individual portions. She even gives it out as gifts to family and friends. Check her family favorite.

GET THE RECIPE: Dr. Savard's Secret Morning Mix High-Fiber Granola

If you're looking for more healthy recipes, check out these favorites

Savory Butternut Squash Soup
Black Bean and Zucchini Quesadillas


2010 Stories

Emeril's Orange, Cumin and Cilantro Roasted Pork Loin

Emeril's cost-efficient pork loin recipe packs a lot of flavor and takes little hands-on time. With this simple recipe Emeril clears up any fears you may have about making your pork loin too dry or undercooking. This dish is great for a holiday party or even a family dinner. CLICK HERE to check out Emeril's cookbook "20-40-60 Fresh Food Fast."

GET THE RECIPE: Orange, Cumin and Cilantro Roasted Pork Loin

Emeril's recipes are always a hit with the "Good Morning America" audience. Some other fan favorites from 2010 include

Peanut Butter-Chocolate Cookies
Spiced Honey and Lemon Baked Ham
Hearty Beef Stew

CLICK HERE for more of Emeril's recipes.


2010 Stories

Emeril's Broccoli & Cheese Soup

Winter is here, so warm up with one of "GMA" viewer favorite recipes, Emeril's hearty classic broccoli and cheese soup. This soup can be made in less than 40 minutes and will keep for days in the fridge making it as practical as it is tasty. CLICK HERE to check out Emeril's cookbook "20-40-60 Fresh Food Fast."

Check out other hearty soup recipes

Emeril's Chicken and Rice Soup
Cream of Root Vegetable Soup with Sour Cream

GET THE RECIPE: Emeril's Broccoli & Cheese Soup

CLICK HERE for more of Emeril's recipes.

Most Popular 'GMA' Recipes in 2010

2010 Stories

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