I might be slightly addicted to Olive Garden’s Tiramisu…. but it can cost an arm and leg. So I set out to find Olive Garden Copycat Recipes for their famous Tiramisu. This started a slight addiction because I found so many other great copycat recipes that we had Olive Garden themed foods for around 2 weeks. From their salad and breadsticks to their cheesecakes.
My husband had me hunt down their Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo and their toasted ravioli. This led to me wanting to try to recreate their sangria and peach iced tea for a get-together. I also recreated their minestrone soup and spaghetti sauce. Though I am still very partial to my mom’s personal recipe, so we have been making that.
The chicken marsala is always a big hit when we have company. Of course, this hunt for recipes led me to find other copycat recipes like my Copycat Texas Roadhouse Rolls and Honey Butter, and my copycat Chick Fil A Chicken Salas Sandwich. Finish up with a dessert of my Copycat Wendy’s Frosty Recipe.
14 of the Best Olive Garden Copycat Recipes
- Olive Garden Sangria Recipe – Copy Kat
- Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana Soup Recipe – Madame Deals
- Olive Garden Breadstick Recipe – Thrifty Jinxy
- Copy Cat Olive Garden Minestrone Soup – The Frugal Navy Wife
- Olive Garden Salad Dressing Recipe – Copy Kat
- Copy Cat Olive Garden Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo – Six Dollar Family
- Peach Iced Tea – Blommi
- Caprese Flatbread – Carrie’s Experimental Kitchen
- Olive Gaden Chicken and Gnocchi Soup – Cinnamon Spice and Everything Nice
- Copy Cat Olive Garden Toasted Ravioli – Copy Kat
- Chicken Scampi Recipe – Happy Moneysaver
- Olive Garden Chicken Marsala – Just a Pinch
- Olive Garden Tiramisu Dessert Recipe – Copy Kat
- Copy Cat Olive Garden Spaghetti Sauce Recipe – Frugal Living Mom
What are you favorite food from Olive Garden? What about your favorite copycat recipes?
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