I hope you had a wonderful Christmas! I thought it would be fun to flash back to last years top 10 recipes of your choice. I haven’t checked this years top 10, but I am looking forward to seeing what your favorites are.
#10 Peanut Butter and Jelly Smoothie – Oh yah, one of my favorites too! I don’t make this smoothie nearly enough! It really does taste like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich! I made this for my co-worker and they couldn’t believe that it tasted just like a PB & J sandwich! It’s so good!
#9 Chicken Noodle Soup in a Crockpot – This is one of our family favorites. My Husband just shines when I make this for him. Plus I love that it is in a Crockpot, it’s so easy. Come home from work and soup is done! Perfect!
#8 Individual Baked Oatmeal Cups – This is a fun recipe! You can top your oatmeal with whatever you like. It freezes beautifully and is perfect for eating on the go. I warm mine up in the microwave for a few seconds and off I go!
#7 Peanut Butter Cheesecake Dip – Oh man I forgot about this recipe! This recipe is super easy, only 24 calories for 2 tablespoons and is great for dipping fruit in! I am so making this right away!
#6 Oatmeal Pumpkin Breakfast Smoothie – This is another fabulous recipe! It’s filling, full of pumpkin flavor and perfect for breakfast. I have made this a few times this Fall.
#5 Peanut Butter Cookie Hummus – Love this recipe too! It’s guilt-free and really tastes like peanut butter cookies. Plus its super easy to make, and goes great with bananas and pretzels.
#4 Southwestern Chicken Soup Revamped – I love this soup! It’s one of my all time favorite recipes, but I am sure you know that. I kind of have a thing for Mexican or Southwestern flair. Matter of fact, this one is going to be made today! I am craving Mexican!
#3 Healthy Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies – This is such a wonderful little cookie, talk about guilt-free, it’s only 41 calories a cookie. It’s made with oatmeal, applesauce, coconut oil and maple syrup. I can see why these made the top 3 recipes.
#2 Zucchini Almond Bread – This is such a perfect bread to make int he Fall. It’s moist, healthy and loaded with flavor. This recipe was one that I thought was going to be a flop and it turned way better than I thought! I must have done something right for this recipe to make the top #2 recipes of 2013.
This is my most popular recipe of 2013! Drum Roll Please…. ! Oreo Cookies and Cream Smoothie! This was a random recipe that I made at the spur of a moment. I now make this all of the time for my family and myself. It really does taste like your drinking a glass of Oreo Cookies!
Wow, great recipes you Guys have chosen for last year! I forgot about a few of them. With this groovy list of recipes, I can’t wait to see what your favorites were for 2014! I’ll be checking in a couple of days.
Have a wonderful weekend!
I’ll definitely be making the individual oatmeal cups and the crockpot chicken noodle soup. Anything that can be made in the crockpot is awesome in my book!! Plus 3 points per 1 cup of soup AND low sodium?! What more can you ask for?!
I’m hoping you’ll have some awesome recipes coming for New Years Eve. I have NO idea what to make!!
Jennifer @ Peanut Butter and Peppers says
I agree, I love using the Crockpot! It’s been a while since I used mine, think I will do it this week! 🙂
I have a couple recipes, planned for the New Years! Can you believe how fast it is coming? Happy Holidays Samantha!