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Light, fluffy pillows of potato goodness, gnocchi is an inexpensive, delicious pasta that’s able to carry so many flavours.

Back in Roman times gnocchi was made from semolina dough mixed with eggs, and has since gone through many recipe adaptations. For the most part, it’s now a potato dumpling that’s light, yet filling. Gnocchi recipes are mostly simple and satisfying, just like gnocchi itself!

While most of us are familiar with using gnocchi in savoury main courses, it’s also just as delectable as a dessert – make sure you check out the Cinnamon Gnocchi recipe below!

Simple Gnocchi Recipe

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First things first, every cook needs a basic, easy gnocchi recipe in their repertoire, and this one is a gem. Just four ingredients and a little bit of time is all you need to have these delights on the table for dinner tonight.

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 Ricotta and Spinach Gnocchi with Tomato and Olive Sauce

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The addition of spinach and ricotta cheese in the gnocchi dough makes for a beautifully creamy combination.

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 Burnt Butter And Sage Gnocchi Recipe

Burnt Butter and Sage Gnocchi recipe

Such a quick and easy mid-week dinner option, make your own gnocchi or just grab some pre-packaged gnocchi and dinner is served in minutes.  Simple flavours, but oh, so delightful.

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Ricotta Gnocchi Recipe

Ricotta Gnocchi freshly made tossed in a little flour on the bench

A traditional recipe with a rich history, ricotta gnocchi is best made right before serving, cooked and served with just the simplest of seasonings.

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Cinnamon Gnocchi Recipe

Cinnamon Gnocchi

Yep, gnocchi can be served as dessert! With the sweet flavours of sugar and cinnamon you won’t believe how incredibly satisfying this little delight is!

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Gnocchi With Parma Ham

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Another easy peasy recipe that can be on the table before the kids have a chance to ask when dinner is. The combination of parma ham, garlic and parmesan is just the right balance of salty goodness.

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Easy Butternut Pumpkin And Gnocchi Soup

Gnocchi Soup Recipe

Just when you think gnocchi can’t get any more versatile, comes this gorgeous winter warmer recipe. The gnocchi in this soup is a bit like dumplings and is so comforting.

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Slow-Cooked Beef And Gnocchi Bake

Gnocchi Bake

Oh gnocchi, is there anything you can’t do?! This is a rich bake, with succulent slow cooked beef, a dash of port and the creaminess of Greek yoghurt, this is a must-make winner.

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  • I love mine with burned butter and sage.

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  • My mouth is watering looking at this list!

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  • Oh I looooove gnocchi. Will definitely try some of these

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  • Very simple recipes but I’ve never had gnocchi and doubt I’ll try it any time soon

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  • thanks for sharing these recipes – I am not a huge fan but my other half is so will have to give one or two a try

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  • I just love gnocchi. It’s one of the things I order when I eat out. I have never attempted to make my own pasta, EVER.

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  • Lovely recipes, thanks so much for sharing with us all.

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  • Some beautiful recipes, but don’t look like weight watchers!

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  • Alittle scared to try and make it myself but there are some good reciepies in this article.

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  • Yum I love them all, absolutely delicious.

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  • Yummmm gnocchi is the only pasta that i will eat.

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  • Oh yum. A good pasta dish and you can’t go wrong

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  • Gnocchi is life, best food invention. Never thought pasta could just melt in your mouth.

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  • I love gnocchi, I’ll be testing a few of these recipes out that’s for sure

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  • I’ve tried the burnt butter and sage one and it was delish.
    Never thought to pair them with cinnamon though, that’s interesting.
    I always get so full so quickly eating gnocchi for some reason.

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