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My Top 15 Favorite Recipes of 2015

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My Top 15 Favorite Recipes of 2015, includes delicious salads, yummy appetizers, easy healthy dinners and more!

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My Top 15 Favorite Recipes of 2015

2015 was a year filled with recipes here on A Cedar Spoon.  154 to be exact. Yesterday I shared the Top Ten Reader Favorites of 2015 which was a collection of the most viewed recipes on my site. Today I wanted to take a minute to share with you My Top 15 Favorite Recipes of 2015.  These are the ones that I make time and time again for my family and even though they might not be the most popular on my site they are worth a second look if you looking for new recipes to try.

I love all of the recipes that I share with you guys but some are higher up on my favorites list then others.  Hopefully you find a few new ones to try in 2016 from My Top 15 Favorite Recipes of 2015.

Happy New Year and be safe everyone!

Lemon Cilantro Roasted Potatoes - yum

15. Lemon Cilantro Roasted Potatoes 

I love the lemon and fresh cilantro in these potatoes! You can make them soft or extra crispy depending on how you like them. These make such a great side dish and the kids go crazy for them in my house.

Overnight Cranberry Coconut French Toast Bake - breakfast

14. Overnight Coconut Cranberry French Toast Bake

I loved this recipe the first few times I made it so much that I made it for my family on Christmas morning. It was a huge hit! And I just prepped it the night before, put it in the fridge and then woke up and popped it into the oven. Add this to your list of recipes to try for a brunch or holiday breakfast!

 

Cranberry Coconut Oatmeal Cookie Bars - yum!

13. Cranberry Coconut Oatmeal Cookie Bars

These Cranberry Coconut Oatmeal Cookie Bars are chewy, gooey and oh, so good! I love the combination of the coconut, chocolate and cranberries in these. They are even a little bit better for you then a regular cookie bar so you can have more than one!

Strawberry Cantaloupe Smoothie - healthy

12. Strawberry Cantaloupe Smoothie

My kids go crazy for smoothies and they adore cantaloupe so this is a fun smoothie to make for a snack in the afternoon. You can add things like spinach and chia seeds to boost the nutritional power. Who doesn’t love a fruity, bright smoothie to brighten their day!

Pumpkin Pie Pancakes - breakfast

11. Pumpkin Pie Pancakes

My family has a tradition of making pancakes on most Saturdays. The kids help Mike and I make a big batch and we like to try new variations like these Pumpkin Pie Pancakes. These are a little bit of treat but still pretty nutritious with yogurt, pumpkin and whole wheat flour.

 

Black Bean Dip with Queso Fresco - great dip

10. Black Bean Dip with Queso Fresco 

I am a big fan of dips for parties, snacking and tailgating. I love this Black Bean Dip with Queso Fresco for dipping chips in or spreading on sandwiches and tacos.

Buffalo Chicken Hummus Bites

9. Buffalo Chicken Hummus Bites

My hummus addiction is real. I created these cute little Buffalo Chicken Hummus Bites using hummus to give it a creamy texture and make them a little bit lighter than the normal buffalo chicken dip. Serve these at a party or when you are watching your favorite football team.

Slow Cooker Stuffed Pepper Soup - dinner

8. Slow Cooker Stuffed Pepper Soup

My slow cooker is my favorite thing during the winter months. There is nothing like coming home to a warm, delicious meal after a busy day. If you like stuffed peppers than this Slow Cooker Stuffed Pepper Soup is for you!

Slow Cooker 4 Ingredient Shredded Beef Tacos

7. Slow Cooker 4 Ingredient Shredded Beef Tacos

I make this meal a lot because it is just so easy! I like having the leftover meat to freeze for later and use in things like salads, tacos, burritos and quesadillas.

Ratatouille Pappardelle

6. Ratatouille Pappardelle

In the summer months when my garden is going crazy I always have an abundance of tomatoes, zucchini and fresh herbs. This pasta is the perfect use of those fresh veggies and it has so much flavor. One of my favorite pastas, hands down!

Israeli Couscous Salad with Lemon Dressing

5. Israeli Couscous Salad with Lemon Dressing

Salads are my go-tos during the week for lunches and this one is high on my list! I love the fresh vegetables with the couscous and the fresh lemon dressing.

Slow Cooker Salsa Verde Chicken Tacos

4. Slow Cooker Salsa Verde Chicken Tacos

Another one of those quick and simple slow cooker recipes that gives you leftovers for later! This is one of the most versatile chickens and only uses a few quick ingredients.

Slow Cooker Turkey Kale Lasagna Soup

3. Slow Cooker Turkey Kale Lasagna Soup

Italian food is so comforting and this Slow Cooker Turkey Kale Lasagna Soup is up there for comfort. Cheesy, rich and full of Italian flavors this is like eating lasagna but in a soup form. It is a bit lighter than your typical lasagna using turkey and kale.

Moroccan Chicken Thighs

2. Moroccan Chicken Thighs

In my house flavor is the name of the game. I like my food to pack a punch, whether it is spices or citrus or herbs. Moroccan Chicken Thighs are tender, juicy and full of Moroccan spices, lemon and fresh parsley. I love this for an easy weeknight meal.

Slow Cooker Mexican Cheesy Chicken Soup

1. Slow Cooker Mexican Cheesy Chicken Soup

 

Need I say more! A Mexican style soup with loads of cheese and all the toppings you love like avocado, red onions and tomatoes. I could eat this soup on a weekly basis. If you like Mexican style soups try this one out!

There is something to please everyone in My Top 15 Favorite Recipes of 2015!

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