Top 10 Recipes Of 2014
It seems impossible that I’m writing a year-end post already. But like it or not, here we are!
As usual, I’m posting the top 10 recipes from my blog over the past year: The 10 recipes that got the most traffic in 2014. I hope you enjoy them, and I hope you’ll join me in 2015 as I continue to post cheap recipes and money-saving tips. Be sure to follow Cheap Recipe Blog on Facebook and Pinterest. See you next year!
#10: The $10 Cheese Plate
All of this food cost less than $10. You truly don’t have to spend a lot of money to entertain guests in your home!
#9: Chocolate Granola
Any recipe that encourages eating chocolate for breakfast is a winner in my book.
#8: Peanut Butter And Banana Granola
More granola! This time, featuring the classic combination of peanut butter and bananas.
#7: Twice Baked Potato “Cupcakes”
I’m always looking for new ways to prepare potatoes. These were a hit in 2014!
#6: Mango-Habanero Chicken Chili
Sweet fire. In a bowl. One of my favorite chili recipes.
#5: Apple Oatcakes
Traditional pancakes can make my stomach ache, but these oatcakes don’t at all. They don’t contain flour, eggs, or sugar. I made them over and over and over in 2014!
#4: Green Pea Guacamole
This is a lower-calorie alternative to traditional guacamole. To be honest, I wasn’t sure when I read the list of ingredients, but this dip totally rocked.
#3: Korean BBQ Fried Rice
This is one of my personal favorites from the year. While some fried rices are kind of blah, this fried rice is bursting with flavor.
#2: Black Bean Sloppy Joes
This is a vegetarian recipe that even meat eaters will like.
#1: All-Purpose Dipping Sauce
This sauce is good on everything: Fries, burgers, hot dogs, baked potatoes, sandwiches, sweet potato fries, fried pickles, tater tots, and much, much more.