As we draw closer to 2014, I wanted to share with you the most popular “Honey, What’s Cooking” recipes of 2013. Although there are a few unhealthy recipes in the mix below, I’m so thrilled to report the #1 recipe favorited by y’all is a “healthy” one. That’s right. Scroll below to find out.
10. Jalapeno Popper Cream Cheese Sandwich
Cheesy, delicious, scrumptious. A delectable combination of creamy and spicy!
9. Sweet & Spicy Mayan Hot Chocolate (reduced-fat)
Another combination of creamy and spicy, plus sweet, try this Mayan hot chocolate and you may never want the classic kind again.
7. Healthier Spinach Linguine Alfredo
Alfredo sauce without a ton of butter and cream? How? Thicken the sauce with a little butter and white flour along with some 2% reduced-fat milk and cheese. You won’t believe this dish is made with only 2 tablespoons of butter and NO cream.
6. Toasted Coconut Blueberry Muffins (reduced-fat)
Whole wheat muffins packed with nutrients… blueberries and coconut. You won’t feel guilty eating one or two of these babies, perfect for breakfast or afternoon tea.
4. Slutty Brownies
These brownies were certainly NOT a favorite of mine, nor was it my recipe, and I even mentioned that in my review, but I suppose this topped your list… gotta be honest.
3. Cast Iron Skillet Spinach Mushroom Frittata
Looking for a high protein brunch with barely any carbs? Look no further. Try this frittata packed with spinach, mushrooms, cheddar cheese, and eggs! Keeps you full for hours.
2. 1-Minute Chocolate Chip Cookie in a Mug
Don’t wanna spend too much time baking? Make this cookie in a mug, takes less than 5 minutes to assemble, and tastes scrumptious.
1. Spaghetti with Vegetarian Quinoa Meatballs
And the Oscar goes to…… Spaghetti with Vegetarian Quinoa Meatballs made with whole wheat spaghetti and Rao’s Marinara Sauce. You won’t miss the red-meat with these veggie meatballs. They’re amazing and packed with nutrition and flavor. If you make nothing from the list above, MAKE THIS!
TELL ME: Do you have a favorite “Honey, What’s Cooking” recipe? I’d love to know. What kinds of recipes do you want to see more of on this site? And… what’s your favorite recipe this year?