And The Top Recipes Of 2019 Too!

Top 12 Recipes Of The Past Decade - from Cheap Recipe Blog.

I started Cheap Recipe Blog in 2011 – not quite a decade ago. But it’s been around for most of the 2010s.

Here we are, nine years and 500+ recipes later – and entering a new decade.

I ran some numbers to determine the most popular recipes in Cheap Recipe Blog history in terms of page views. Here they are:

12: Roasted Kidney Beans – 2013

If you like roasted chickpeas, you should give these roasted kidney beans a try!

Get the recipe: Roasted kidney beans

Roasted kidney beans recipe. An alternative to roasted chickpeas.

11: Chocolate-Covered Strawberries (Made In An Ice Cube Tray) – 2012

Perhaps the easiest way to make chocolate-covered strawberries.

Get the recipe: Chocolate-covered strawberries made in an ice cube tray

Chocolate strawberries in an ice cube tray: The easiest way to make chocolate-covered strawberries!

10: Cheesy Hot Dog Wontons – 2013

What happens when you top a hot dog with cheese and roll it up in an egg roll wrapper?

Get the recipe: Cheesy hot dog wontons

Hot dog wontons from Cheap Recipe Blog

9: How To Create A Charcuterie Board On A Budget – 2017

You don’t have to spend a lot to create a great charcuterie board.

Get the recipe: Charcuterie board on a budgetHow to assemble a charcuterie board on a budget

8: Ring Bologna Hotdish – 2011

I grew up on this hotdish. The combination of pasta, creamed corn, and ring bologna is so good!

Get the recipe: Ring bologna hotdish

Ring bologna hotdish recipe: An unexpected combination makes for a supremely delicious hotdish/casserole. Click through for recipe!

7: Mozzarella Sticks (Made With Wonton Wrappers) – 2013

With this easy recipe, melty mozzarella sticks are just a few minutes away.

Get the recipe: Wonton wrapper mozzarella sticks

Wonton wrapper Mozzarella sticks recipe

6: Norwegian Potato Dumplings – 2015

Traditional Norwegian recipes are near and dear to my heart – so I’m happy these potato dumplings made the list!

Get the recipe: Norwegian potato dumplings

Homemade Norwegian potato klub (potato dumplings). Click through for recipe.

5: Rommegrot (Norwegian Cream Pudding) – 2015

Another Norwegian recipe made the Top 12 list!

Get the recipe: Norwegian rommegrot

Norwegian rommegrot recipe (sweet, creamy homemade pudding). Easy and cheap to make!

4: Copycat State Fair Cookies – 2013

One of the must-have foods at the Minnesota State Fair are Sweet Martha’s cookies. They’re bite-sized, perfectly portioned, and served warm.

Luckily, you don’t have to go to the Minnesota State Fair to get your fix!

Get the recipe: Copycat Minnesota State Fair cookies

Copycat Sweet Martha's Cookies recipe: The most famous cookies from the Minnesota State Fair. Click through for recipe!

3: Cheap Sushi Rolls ($1.40 Each) – 2015

Even adjusting for inflation (this was originally posted in 2015), these sushi rolls are still really cheap – under $2.00 each!

Get the recipe: Teriyaki chicken sushi rolls

Make your own homemade teriyaki chicken at home for just $1.40 per person! Click through for recipe.

2: Oven-Baked Parmesan Green Bean Fries – 2016

These are super easy to make – and quite healthy.

Get the recipe: Oven-baked Parmesan green bean fries

How to make oven-baked Parmesan green bean fries. It's SUPER easy!

1: Cream Cheese Mints – 2013

Surprising, yes.

Delicious? Also yes.

Cream cheese mints are perfect for holidays, graduation parties, baby showers, and other celebrations. And a huge batch costs less than $1.40 to make.

Get the recipe: Old-fashioned cream cheese mints

How to make cream cheese mints: Here are 4 options for shaping your mints. Click through for details.

Top 10 Recipes Of 2019

10: Smoky whiskey chili

9: Quinoa poke bowls

8: Slow cooker pork and lager stew

7: Cheesy keto cauliflower tots

6: Scandinavian snack board

5: Paleo snack mix

4: Crispy polenta fries

3: Extra creamy scalloped potatoes

2: Reuben bowls

1: Whiskey brownies

What does whiskey do to chocolate? Something very, very delicious. Click for this whiskey brownie recipe.

Thank you for following along this year and in past years. I hope you will stick around in the 2020s!