10 Copycat Recipes That Might Be Better Than The Original

A collection of our favorite tried-and-true restaurant-inspired recipes!

Outback Potatoes

It’s crazy how something so simple could result in something so utterly delicious, but that’s exactly what Outback does with their baked potatoes to keep you coming back for more. Would you believe there are only 3 ingredients in this recipe? Check out the full instructions here!

Orange Julius

The Orange Julius is an American classic that originated in Los Angeles in the 1920s at your average, run of the mill orange juice stand. It became so popular that it became its own, freestanding chain, specializing in this perfectly sweet and tart, frothy drink. If you haven’t tried one before, you should absolutely whip this up! Get the full recipe here!

Olive Garden’s Gnocci Soup

We absolutely love creating copycat versions of our favorite dishes we can enjoy at home, and this gnocchi soup is no exception! It’s loaded with fluffy little dumplings, juicy chicken, and plenty of veggies, swimming in a decadent, velvety-rich broth. Get the mouth-watering recipe here!

Cheesecake Factory’s Sun-Dried Tomato Fettuccine

After a particularly tasty dinner at the old factory, we came home and decided to try our hand at recreating one of our favorites: the sun-dried tomato fettuccine. And let us just say–we were pretty impressed with the results and you will be too! Get the easy recipe here!