Top 10 Recipes of 2018
I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas! I’m taking time off until after New Year’s, but I couldn’t let the year end without rounding up the top recipes of 2018.
I’m always so excited to do this round-up because it’s fun to see which recipes really resonated with people, and I have to say that I’m surprised by the outcome every single year.
I noticed a citrus theme this year which is good, because my lemon and lime trees are exploding right now!
And now, on to the Top Recipes of 2018!
Developing a granola crust that stuck together was a bit of a challenge, but persistence paid off. These are one of my favorite special brunch recipes (and that lemon curd is a must)!
Blood oranges will always have a special place in my heart because my grandmother loved them. Now they have a special place in my cocktail. 🙂
Two of the best things that I did last year was cook a lot with my Instant Pot and grow rainbow chard in my garden. The result was this stew that I could never get enough of.
This low carb version of my One Pot Thai Peanut Veggie Pasta is just as satisfying without the pasta. In fact, I like this version better.
I like big clusters and I cannot lie! This granola is packed with big, peanut-buttery clusters that I want to eat handful after handful.
Mornings get busy, but we all have time to pop 3 ingredients into a blender for an ultra creamy orange smoothie don’t we? We definitely do.
Ever since I started creating overnight oats, there’s been at least one recipe in the top 10 every year. This was the first recipe that I posted in 2018, and a new overnight oat recipe is coming your way in early 2019.
How’s that for a cliffhanger? 🙂
Not only is this recipe easy, but it’s complete with 3 variations. No wonder you love it!
Sometimes I don’t get around to posting the recipes that I make the most and I have no idea why. I finally got around to posting this and it looks like you love it just as much as we do!
I rarely ever buy store bought salad dressing any more because it’s too flipping easy to make my own. Homemade dressings taste so much better, and you’ll find more new salad dressing recipes coming your way next year!
That concludes the top 10 recipes of 2018, but I thought it would be fun to do a run down of the top recipes of year as a whole.
No new recipes made the list this year….these are older popular recipes that top the charts most of the time.