10 Most Popular Recipes from 2014


Well, it has been an amazing year!  On New Year’s day, I like to do a roundup of popular recipes, not only because it’s a brand new year, but also to celebrate the anniversary of my blog. I started writing this blog on January 2nd 2010, which makes tomorrow Food & Whine’s 5th anniversary! I’d say that’s pretty special. Thank you to all of you for taking the time to read my ramblings, view my photos of food and children, and try out my recipes. Now, here’s a look back at your favourite recipes from Food & Whine in 2014.

Food & Whine’s 10 Most Popular Recipes from 2014

By Megan Newton


  • Cheesy Shells with Broccoli

    By Megan Newton

    My family goes crazy for this recipe, and the best part is that it’s a cinch to make. It hardly takes any longer than preparing a box of Kraft Dinner, so it’s perfect for a healthy lunch or dinner.

  • Asian Chicken Drumsticks

    By Megan Newton

    Baked chicken covered with an Asian sauce, sprinkled with sesame seeds and green onions. It’s a great “non-boring” chicken dish that hardly takes any time to prepare.

  • Frozen Yogurt Covered Grapes

    By Megan Newton

    Sometimes it’s nice to have a break from candy and enjoy something relatively healthy that still seems like a treat, like these frozen grapes covered in vanilla yogurt.

  • Chocolate Cherry Zucchini Muffins

    By Megan Newton

    Zucchini was a perfect addition to these cherry chocolate muffins. They were so moist and so delicious that we devoured the entire batch before the end of the day.

  • Skillet Lasagna

    By Megan Newton

    This lasagna can be made without ever having to turn on your oven or even boil noodles. You can have it ready in less than 30 minutes, making it a perfect weeknight meal.

  • Salmon Burgers

    By Megan Newton

    Burgers made with fresh chopped salmon and topped with mashed avocado.

  • Healthy Banana Oat Squares

    By Megan Newton

    These squares have no added sugar, just the natural sweetness of bananas and raisins. Great for toddlers, or anyone wanting a healthy snack that still tastes good.

  • Apple Oat Pancakes

    By Megan Newton

    Delicious pancakes with oats, apples, and a hint of cinnamon and vanilla. You can make them at night and keep the batter in the fridge until you’re ready to make pancakes in the morning

  • Oreo Eggnog Cheesecake Bites

    By Megan Newton

    Made with Epicure Eggnog Cheesecake Mix, these delectable tidbits are a perfect holiday treat. This post also provides helpful tips for baking with kids.

  • Slow Cooker Roast Beef

    By Megan Newton

    This slow cooked roast falls apart when you cut it, and has a beautiful rich gravy.

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