13 Yummiest Must-Eat Recipes of 2013

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.

Healthy Oatmeal Cookie Sandiches Recipe

Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Waffles – Waffles should come out of an iron, not a box. This recipe doubles easily for holiday house guests.

Cinnamon Apple Oat Waffles

Creamy Feta Salad Dressings – One sweet dressing, one savory, both with a feta and yogurt base. Delicious inspiration from editor, Brandi K.

creamy feta dressings

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!

sriracha oven fries text

Chocolate Covered Strawberry Pancakes – Featured in our Baker’s Dozen Cookbook, these sexy silver dollars of goodness stay low-cal with wheat flour and coconut milk.

chocolate covered strawberry pancakes

Bacon Egg and Cheese Stuffed Doughnuts – Satisfying, totes totable and another use for that uniquely adorable but lonely doughnut pan.

bacon egg cheese stuffed doughnut

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!

No-Bake-Chia-Seed-Bars | Diets In Review

Talenti Frozen Sangria – Talenti Sorbetto combined with red wine and fresh fruit kicks your Sangria up a notch while knocking the calories down.

talenti sangria

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.

the peach caprese

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.

dark chocolate quinoa bar

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.

burger kabobs

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

Roasted Tomatillo Salsa

December 13th, 2013

Posted in: agave nectar, bacon, bananas, burgers, caprese, chia seeds, chocolate, cilantro, feta cheese, flaxseed, oatmeal, pancakes, peaches, quinoa, sriracha

Brandi Koskie

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