The Top 14 Recipes of 2014

The Top 14 recipes of 2014 on The Girl Who Ate Everything. The first 10 recipes are the ones that you guys liked the most and the last 4 are recipes that I fell in love with that didn’t quite make the list.

The top 14 Recipes of 2014. the-girl-who-ate-everything.comI can’t believe that 2014 is almost over. It was a crazy and unforgettable year. Food is a huge part of my life and I really enjoyed eating my way through this year. For the last 10 years I’ve been pregnant so this is the first year that food aversions and hormones didn’t stop me from eating anything and everything. Woo-hoo! And I never could have imagined that I would release my very own Cookbook. Seriously, did that really happen? But most of all I continued to feel the love from you guys. I never would have thought that a food blog would connect me with so many amazing people who have changed my life with their love stories about food. Thank you for including me.

The top 14 recipes of 2014. the-girl-who-ate-everything.com#1. Taco Lasagna – I was a little surprised that this made #1 not because it’s not great but because the sweets usually reign in popularity. Only 7 ingredients in this family friendly meal.

The top 14 recipes of 2014. the-girl-who-ate-everything.com#2. Melted Snowmen Oreo Balls – In less than a month these got over 300,000 pins on Pinterest and were viewed over 1.5 million times on Facebook. And you know it’s a popular recipe when there’s a Pinterest Fail about it. I’ve been making Oreo Truffles for years now but I can see how if you’re making them for the first time there could be some learning curves and some snowmen that look a little too melted. ๐Ÿ™‚The top 14 recipes of 2014. the-girl-who-ate-everything.com#3. Melt In Your Mouth Pumpkin Cookies – These truly are melt in your mouth. Add them to your fall baking list every year. The top 14 recipes of 2014. the-girl-who-ate-everything.com#4. Baked Spaghetti – Aren’t we all look for family friendly meals. Everyone loves spaghetti and this baked version is no exception.

The top 14 recipes of 2014. the-girl-who-ate-everything.com#5. Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins – These is the only recipe you need and you agreed.

The top 14 recipes of 2014. the-girl-who-ate-everything.com#6. Mini Garlic Monkey Bread – Garlic, butter, and bread. Yep. I can see why you picked this!

The top 14 recipes of 2014. the-girl-who-ate-everything.com#7. How to Cut Watermelon Into Sticks – I will never cut watermelon any other way.

The top 14 recipes of 2014. the-girl-who-ate-everything.com#8. Jalapeno Popper Chicken Sliders – This are so easy and great for an appetizer or light dinner.

The top 14 recipes of 2014. the-girl-who-ate-everything.com#9. Swig Sugar Cookies – I think I ate my weight in these this year. If you’ve never been to Swig, make your own at home!

The top 14 recipes of 2014. the-girl-who-ate-everything.com#10. One-Pan Cheesy Chicken, Broccoli, and Rice – This is a meal I often turn to when it’s 5 pm and I have no idea what’s for dinner.

 

And 4 more of my personal favorites that almost made your top 10 but didn’t quite make it:

 The top 14 recipes of 2014. the-girl-who-ate-everything.com

#11: Buffalo Chicken and Potato Casserole – This is Dude Food at its finest. Seasoned to perfection and covered in cheese. I couldn’t stop eating this. popular#12: Appledoodles and Snickerdoodles: Both of these almost made the top 10 but came a little shy. Snickerdoodles and its cousin the Appledoodle (the fall version of a Snickerdoodle), are some of my favorite cookies.  The top 14 recipes of 2014. the-girl-who-ate-everything.com#13: Taco Pizza Rolls – Simple and easy. Who doesn’t like taco meat rolled up in pizza dough? The top 14 recipes of 2014. the-girl-who-ate-everything.com#14: Warm Bacon and Cheese Dip – Something about warm dip with sourdough bread makes my soul happy.

2014 was a great year and I have a feeling that 2015 will be even better.

 

 

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  1. Thank you Christy. All nice recipes. Happy New Year!

  2. All looks delicious.
    Happy New Year. Catherine xo

  3. Happy 2015 to you!
    I’ll be looking forward to seeing what you’ve got cooking in 2015, for sure.

    It was fun watching your cookbook price fluctuate on Amazon when it was just coming out! ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Such a cool post!
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  5. A pinterest fail! Forget the cookbook, THAT’S how you know you’ve made it. Joking!! I love your cookbook, it’s so pretty and not intimidating. lol. Happy New Year Christy!

  6. Wow, your readers love your casseroles! Well that is nice to know that you have the touch for that.
    So many bloggers have ZIP patterns to help them. Happy New Year!

  7. There are so many good recipes here. I want to make them all for dinner. It will be a good week of eating!!

  8. How do I get one of your printed cook books?