My ten most popular recipes from 2011 to 2016.
With almost 5 years of blogging under my belt, I thought it would be fun to find out what my most popular recipes have been since the beginning and share them with you. So….I checked my analytics and plugged in a date range of viewed recipes from my first post until now.
Let me know if your favorite made the top ten. If not, tell me what your favorite is from all my recipes. I’d love to know either way.
To keep you guessing, I’m starting with #10 and counting down to #1.
Drum roll please…….
I’ve been making these cookies for more years than I care to admit and they happen to be the very first recipe I shared on my site. This is the ultimate cookie for peanut butter and chocolate lovers, especially when you let them cool for just a little bit. You’ll bite into a warm chocolate kiss center and will be grabbing another one quickly!
Yes, there’s ice cream in the muffins! All it takes is self-rising flour and ice cream to make the muffins themselves plus 4 more ingredients for the streusel topping.
A different twist on s’mores. There’s chewy goodness in these blondies made with chocolate chips, graham cracker crumbs, S’mores Pop Tarts and more. Great recipe for a bake sale or to take to a picnic.
An easy recipe that starts with a sugar cookie mix. Wait until you bite into the cookie and find a surprise candy kiss inside. Mmmmm!
These biscuits are over-the-top! Mix sharp cheddar cheese, apple and a little sugar into a buttermilk biscuit base, bake and top with a sweet apple glaze. You can eat these any time of day.
With only 5 ingredients, this trail mix can be thrown together in a flash! The kids would love finding this in their lunch box.
These 3-ingredient no-bake cookies are easy to make and soooo addictive! Trust me. You might want to make a double batch and keep the second one all for yourself.
#3 – Easy Brunswick Stew
When you start with ready-made cooked pork and chicken, this stew is breeze to make. Just add cornbread or biscuits and you’ve got a hearty one-dish dinner.
A red velvet caked turned inside out. Just scoop it up and serve on a plate or in a bowl. This is another one of my early recipes….I should’ve taken the shot before I refrigerated it.
And for THE top recipe….another drum roll…..
Reminiscent of eating an old-fashioned Creamsicle treat from the ice cream man. This recipe has really made the rounds on the internet on numerous sites. Southern Living included it online and in their magazine (under the name Orange Dreamsicle Crispy Treats).
That’s it folks. Remember….let me know if your favorite is here.
Happy Baking and Cooking!