Applebees Recipes

Secret Recipes From Your Favorite Restaurants

Who Am I?

My name is Charlie and until recently I was on a good wage in the travel industry, which allowed me to eat out at my favorite restaurants often. But I have felt the pinch of the recession just like everyone else, so have managed to find a way to enjoy Applebees food at eat at home prices :)

Famous restaurant recipes

Famous restaurant recipes


Secret AppleBees Recipe – Blondie Brownies

Awesome Applebees Dessert Recipe!

One of my all time favorite desserts is the apple bees blondie brownies. They taste awesome and are so rich and delicious, you have to try them. I hadn’t done any baking since I was little and my parents used to let me stand on a chair and help them mix a cake batter together! Having said that I found this tasty Applebees recipe surprisingly easy to make.


1 cup all purpose flour

1/8 tsp salt

1/8 tsp baking soda

1/2 tsp baking powder

1 cup of brown sugar

1/3 cup butter

1/4 cup margarine

1 medium to large egg

1/2 cup maple syrup

1 tbsp vanilla extract (the natural one rather than the vanilla flavoring)

1/2 cup white chocolate chunks or chips

1/2 cup walnuts

To make the Applebees blondie brownies:

Firstly preheat the oven to 350 oC and grease and line a 9 inch square brownie pan with greaseproof paper.

Step 1, combine the dry ingredients (the first 4 on the list above).

Melt the margarine, add brown sugar, vanilla extract and the egg and mix well.

Add in the flour gradually until you have a smooth batter mix. Then finally add the chocolate chips or chunks and then pour the mixture into a square, pre prepared pan and then bake in the preheated oven for 20 or 25 minutes. The top should look golden brown when done. You can insert a toothpick into the center to make sure that it is cooked OK.

These are great served with a big dollop or two of high quality vanilla ice cream over the just warm brownies. Thats the great thing about making recipes from applebees yourself – you can make as big or small portions as you like! :)

June 19th, 2011 by Charlie

Applebees Recipes

Secret Applebees Recipes

We all love to eat out out at restaurants, not only do we not have to cook the food ourselves, but we get the opportunity to try new foods and recipes and enjoy the taste of delicious food cooked especially for us. I managed to find out how to get hold of one of my favorite restaurants, Applebees Recipes. I had suffered a little loss of income later last year and had to make some cutbacks to my spending habits, unfortunately my Applebees habit was one of them. I love their food and now I have managed to get my hands on their top secret recipes.

Restaurant recipes have always been a big secret, its common knowledge. You see the folks on the tv go to TGI Fridays and order one of their famous steak dishes, but when they ask for the recipe they are always told they can’t say. Why? Because it is top secret!

I’m sure all of us in the past have tried to copy restaurant foods at some point or other, I once tried some seemingly easy yet unsuccessful KFC recipes. The problem was it just wasn’t the same,the bit of batter that actually stayed on the chicken (don’t ask) didn’t get as flavorsome or crispy as the famous restaurant version somehow.

McDonalds is another favorite eating place of mine. Their Big Mac, coupled with fries has got to be one of my all time top burgers, but just how do they get it to have that famous flavor that all of their food has?

Alot of the Applebees Recipes are very simple to make. Most of the preparation is done quickly and then put together by the busy chefs in the back when the orders come in.

My friends were certainly impressed when I made my newly found Applebees Recipes for a gathering earlier this year. I did the first two courses from their top restaurant recipe collection and then coupled it with a mouthwatering dessert from the Cheesecake Factory Recipes set I have acquired. All this without having to pay out for extortionate restaurant prices.

Applebees recipes

 Its great fun to make dishes from various new recipes for a family meal or simply for yourself. You can have it more often too, without feeling the effects in your wallet.

The rising cost of eating out prompted me to look for the ’secret recipes’ online I had enjoyed for so long in my favorite restaurants. I was really quite exited, I hadn’t really done much cooking before, but I was enthusiastic about starting off with any restaurant copycat recipes if I could find some good ones. I would be saving money and time and even getting to decide on my portion sizes for once.

Coffee House Recipes are really easy to make and really tasty too, who can resist a Starbucks muffin or soft, chewy cookie? Its a good idea to find a trusted recipe with full directions though, otherwise you may find you are wasting ingredients which is not a great way to save money. As you can probably tell, I am definitely no chef and I don’t want to sped hours in the kitchen, so I made sure the recipes I chose to make were simple to follow. The Applebees Recipe book I found actually really helped because it featured a whole set of famous restaurant recipes I couldn’t find in alot of places. I had to pay for the book, but it really has payed for itself and I have saved hundreds of dollars so far by getting Applebees Recipes and not going out to their restaurants and paying full price for the food, staff and tips like I had been for so long.

Here is a list of most of the company recipes featured in the secret restaurant recipes book: Applebees, TGI Fridays, Cheesecake Factory, Popeyes, Burger King, Soup, Outback Steakhouse Rubs, Sauces, Olive Garden, Red Lobster, KFC, and P.F. Changs. Its covers the most famous places very well and features over 150 top secret recipes from the biggest chains.

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June 7th, 2011 by Charlie

Learn How to Make Applebees Recipes at Home

One of my favorite things used to be going out to Applebees restaurant to eat. That is until I decided to say goodbye to paying so much for not only the food, but the service, tips and general overheads for the place. I can now make my own version using an Applebees Recipes copycat collection that taste just the same for a fraction of the cost!

Giant restaurant chains like Applebees, McDonalds, TGI Fridays and Popeyes all have one thing in common, they all serve delicious food to their customers that keeps them coming back for years. The secret to their success is their top secret recipes they keep firmly under wraps whenever anyone asks about them. However, top chefs exist who can manage to decode the meals by tasting them and they then share the recipes with everyone else. There is one guy who has done this and has now released a best selling book with all the famous restaurant recipes inside.

Inside his restaurant recipe cookbook you will find top recipes like; Applebees oriental salad, spinach dip, Applebees salads, the infamous Applebees blondies and much more. Its not just Applebees that he covers either, its a whole collection of recipes from famous restaurants from all over America. One of my all time favorite restaurant dessert recipes has to be the white chocolate truffle cheesecake from the Cheesecake Factory. They really know how to make quality cheesecake and now thanks to the guy that write the copy cat recipes book, so do I!
Another favorite of mine is the Applebees spinach artichoke dip. This is something I used to order all the time when I used to eat out there. I used to wish though that I could eat it with other regular meals at home as I often used to get cravings for it some days when it just wasn’t practical to travel to my local Applebees restaurant, like just before watching a Dvd. If I could have ordered a big pot of the spinach dip to take home I would have done, thats how addicted I was to it! Its probably a good thing they didn’t sell it by the gallon, because it would have likely cost me quite a bit with their markup on top. But now I always have a big batch of it in the fridge for whenever I want some, and it tastes just like the scrummy original Applebees Recipe I love so much! I have to tell you, if you get the copycat restaurant recipes book, try the spinach dip recipe because it is incredible.

June 6th, 2011 by Charlie