It’s time to get listicle, kids! It’s the end of the year and we’re gearing up for the barrage of end-of-year lists. We’re part of the problem, or maybe it’s the solution. Either way, we have no shame! We love a good year-end roundup. It makes for fun memory-making, a time to reconcile and take stock of the year. And in the case of this list in particular – eat the best stuff around.
In order from #1 to #13, we’re sharing the recipes that YOU ranked as most popular this year. Eat visit counted as a vote. Let this be your recipe guide for year-end celebrations and new year resolutions.
Healthy, fun, simple, indulgent, and satisfying – these are the must-eat recipes of 2013!
Oatmeal Cookie Sandwiches – Mashed banana, flax seed and agave nectar keep these childhood treats moist and delicious, but still healthy.
Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Waffles – Waffles should come out of an iron, not a box. This recipe doubles easily for holiday house guests.
Creamy Feta Salad Dressings – One sweet dressing, one savory, both with a feta and yogurt base. Delicious inspiration from editor, Brandi K.
Sriracha Oven Fries – Spicy AND crisp? Yep, you can have both thanks to this handy tip: Soak the potato slices before coating with sauce and baking!
Bacon Egg and Cheese Stuffed Doughnuts – Satisfying, totes totable and another use for that uniquely adorable but lonely doughnut pan.
No Bake Chia Bars – Did you know teeny Chia seeds are packed with Omega-3 fatty acids, protein and fiber? These bars are good for your body and your brain. Brain bars!
Talenti Frozen Sangria – Talenti Sorbetto combined with red wine and fresh fruit kicks your Sangria up a notch while knocking the calories down.
Peach Caprese Salad – Remember summer time? We do. This was one of our favorite appetizers of the season. Juicy peaches and fresh mozzarella with a balsamic drizzle.
Dark Chocolate Quinoa Bars – Two ingredients! That’s it, dark chocolate and quinoa. So delicious, you’ll never unwrap a store-bought candy bar again.
Jalapeno Cheddar Burger Bite Kabobs – Grab your puffy coat and dig the grill out of the snow, or just use a stovetop grill if you’re less adventurous. Perfect appetizers made with baby bella mushrooms, jalapenos and lean beef.
Roasted Tomatillo and Pineapple Salsa – Sweet and spicy salsa made with tomatillo tomatoes, serrano pepper and pineapple. Adjust the spice level by adding or limiting the number of serrano seeds
December 13th, 2013