Top Recipes Of 2015
It’s the end of 2015, and you know what that means:
An annual roundup of top recipes!
Today I am sharing Cheap Recipe Blog’s most viewed recipes of 2015, as well as top articles – and my favorites too. I hope you enjoy!
Top 10 Recipes of 2015
#10: Lightened up stovetop mac & cheese – This healthier version of traditional macaroni and cheese contains sweet potato puree.
#9: Cauliflower rice pudding (paleo-friendly) – If you’re looking for a healthy, low-sugar dessert, I think you’ll be pleased with this one.
#8: Homemade chocolate bars (sugar free and paleo friendly) – Another sugar-free dessert that can be customized with various add-ins, such as chopped nuts or dried fruit.
#7: Homemade wheat tortilla shells (made with coconut oil) – These tortillas are easy to make (no, really!) and taste so much better than store-bought tortillas.
#6: Applesauce stuffing – My all-time favorite stuffing recipe. I’ve been making it this way for over a decade!
#5: Sweet chili sauce – I put this on everything (potstickers, sweet potato fries, pizza, sandwiches, cream cheese to make a dip, and more)
#4: Norwegian potato dumplings (potet klub) – I did a series of Norwegian recipes this year, and to my surprise, this recipe was one of the most popular.
#3: Norwegian cream pudding (rommegrot) – Another Norwegian recipe made the Top 10. This one is a simple, creamy, sweet pudding.
#2: Teriyaki chicken sushi rolls (just $1.40 per person) – You can make your own sushi rolls at home for a fraction of the cost of supermarket or restaurant sushi.
#1: Breakfast empanadas – Don’t be fooled. These breakfast empanadas (filled with potatoes, sausage, egg, and cheese) are great any time of the day.
Top 5 Money-Saving Articles Of 2015
Here are the top articles from the past year that don’t fit into the “recipe” category:
My Favorite Recipes Of 2015
My favorite recipes from the past year didn’t make the Top 10 in terms of pageviews. These are recipes that I ADORE and could eat over and over. I hope you like them as much as I do!
#3: Million dollar bars – These bars are absolutely delectable. And they cost much less than a million dollars to make. You’re welcome.
#2: BLTs with bacon mayonnaise – BLTs are my all-time favorite sandwiches. With the addition of bacon mayonnaise, these are over-the-moon delicious.
#1: Fully loaded baja fries – These are kind of like nachos, except they’re made with French fries instead. The fries are extra crispy – just the way I like them – and topped a delicious homemade cheese sauce plus other good stuff. YUM!
Thanks for a great 2015. I hope you’ll stick around to see what’s in store for 2016. In the meantime, follow me on Instagram for updates, pretty photos, and other good stuff.