Did you discover any new family favourite recipes last year?
Having a good stash of wholesome recipes is the key to eating well. Whether you love to cook or or just love to eat, creating a list of go-to recipes can make life a whole lot easier.
If you want to create, or grow, a great list of recipes, searching out popular recipes is one place to start. In any “Top 10” list of recipes you’re bound to find at least a couple that catch your eye.
These are the 10 most-viewed recipes of 2016 on this website. May be you’ll discover a new favourite among them.
Top 10 Molasses Recipes of 2016
This was a new recipe from last January, discovered in an Ina Garten cookbook. It marries two of my muffin favourites – bran and blueberries.
This is a recipe that I grew up with and it really is extra simple. (And delicious.)
Another recipe that I grew up with and the perfect accompaniment to baked beans.
This is the most decadent recipe on the list and a dessert worthy of a special occasion and a Saturday night with friends.
Beautifully spiced and not too sweet (refined-sugar-free) these muffins are a satisfying snack.
A family-friendly supper idea that suits any season. Extra easy too.
Another classic oatmeal brown bread recipe. This bread is simple to make requires only one rising.
This is the gingerbread recipe I grew up with and still my favourite. It’s from the classic, The Laura Secord Canadian Cookbook.
The easiest way to have fresh muffins on the fly. This is a light textured bran muffin, made with natural bran not bran cereal.
Another recipe that I grew up with (slightly adapted). It’s also based on a recipe from The Laura Secord Cookbook.