Here is a look back at the favorite recipes of 2015.
In January the favorite recipes were Bourbon Banana Crumb Muffins
and the incredibly simple Homemade Egg Drop Soup.
and my favorite drink (coffee) – Iced Espresso Martinis.
and my ever-scrumptious Pepperoni Pizza Rigatoni.
The April favorites were my Spiced, Stewed Lamb Chops with Apricots
and my easy comfort food – Slow Cooker Pork Ragu.
This month brought two of my favorites for the whole year.
My favorite dessert – Nutella Bread Pudding.
And my favorite smoothie – the Piña Colada Summer Smoothie.
In June, the favorites included Pimento Cheese Potato Soup. I love potato soup any time of year.
And the ever summery, Grilled Chicken Salad Sandwiches.
July brought forth one of my most popular cake recipes – Double Chocolate Fudge Cola Cake (a Cracker Barrel copy cat.)
It also brought us these utterly Southern and totally delicious Banana Pudding Cups.
Summer was still in full swing in August. And when the weather is hot, you want simple and refreshing. You can’t get any more simple than the Classic Chipped Beef.
And you’ll find little more refreshing that August’s Lime in the Coconut Caipirinha cocktail!
Finally, Autumn. At least on the calendar. September brought us Chorizo Queso Dip. This is great for company and perfect for a football or other game party.
You know Autumn sweeps in with pumpkin season…so one of the several pumpkin-y favorites on CC were these Pumpkin Streusel Muffins!
One of my favorite months of the year – and not just because of my birthday. The top recipes for October included Smoked Paprika Chicken.
The second top recipe for October included another “bird.” How to make a Perfect Turkey!
We’re almost done with the year! In November, the favorite recipes on Cosmopolitan Cornbread were the Espresso Snickerdoodles.
And though there were so many great recipes in November, the other favorite was the classic and comforting Stuffed Manicotti.
And finally we wrap up the year of 2015’s favorite recipes.
The top recipes for the month of December included Italian Meatball Subs.
As well as this rustic Creamed Turkey on Biscuits.
Last but not least – while this is more of a technique than a recipe – it was extremely popular in December. How to Make Homemade Turkey Stock.
Well, that wraps up the favorite recipes of 2015! Did I mention any of your favorites? Did I miss something that you think should have been included? Share your thoughts!
Additionally – is there something you would like to see in 2016? Let me know!