Every year I like to go back and see which were your favorite recipes of the year. Sometimes it is quite surprising! So without further ado, here is the countdown of the top ten 2016 recipes!
#10 – Dried Beef Casserole
I have to admit, I was surprised at how popular this old-fashioned recipe was.
Sometimes it is the most simple of recipes that really gets the attention, like this simple how-to.
You can’t beat a good burger topper!
#7 – Chocolate Pancakes
I love that these made the list. Can you think of a better way to start the day?
More often than not, classic is best. That’s why it’s classic!
This is everything I love about summer in a glass!
These brownies make this coffee-lover’s heart sing!
#3 – Limoncello Cookies
These are the summery-est cookies you can imagine. Light and citrus-y in flavor. I love that these made the list!
#2 – Smothered Pork Chops
Smothered Pork Chops came in almost at the top of the list. Not only were these one of your favorites, but they are also one of our top favorites to eat!
This is one of those recipes that are a staple in the kitchen. Something fast when you need a meal. But I have to say, I was surprised that this ended up being the #1 post from 2016!
Now I’m not going to stop with just 2016’s recipes. Let’s take a look at the most popular ones of all time.
The most popular meal of all time?
The most popular Dessert/Sweet recipe – Blackberry Scones with Lemon Glaze
The most popular beverage of all time – Almond Mocha Smoothie
The most popular side dish of all time – Kartoffelpuffer – German Potato Pancakes!
The top appetizer of all time, is also my second most popular recipe over all. Drunk Moose Meatballs – every year when hunting season opens up north, this recipe starts going through the roof with traffic.
(You can also make these with beef.)
And last but not least, the most popular recipe of all time.
This recipe just goes to show that sometimes it isn’t the fanciest or most “up and coming” recipe that drives people to cookbooks or recipe sites. Sometimes it is the most basic of things. Since I first published this recipe, it has steadily been in the top 10 most viewed recipes every month. Once again, this has topped the chart and continues to hold its places as my top recipe of all time.
Which of these have been your favorites? Is there another recipe that you thought should have made the list?