I’m a recipe follower, even when they’re my own recipes. So you’d think I’d have these memorized, right? But I don’t. My brain is at maximum capacity with carpool schedules and shopping lists for Target. Many days you’ll find me in my kitchen, on my phone, Googling my own blog for my own recipes. Here are the seven I search for the most:
This is the most popular recipe on my blog–and for good reason. These little gems are hearty, nutritious, and not too sweet. I grab them for quick breakfasts or snacks and pack them in lunch boxes. And I almost always have overripe bananas on hand. Get the recipe.
This is the basic pancake recipe I make for my family, whether I’m flipping straight-up plain flapjacks or ones studded with berries or (my kids’ personal fave) chocolate chips. Get the recipe.
This recipe is from my book with Cooking Light, Dinnertime Survival Guide, so sometimes I refer to the sauce-splattered copy I keep in my kitchen. I mix up this simple rub in double or triple to use on kebabs or whole chicken breasts. Now that grilling season is approaching, I’ll be using it even more. Get the recipe.
This is the salad dressing we make every single week. You’d really think I’d have THIS one memorized, right? Get the recipe.
I love this filling, lemony soup–and it’s the lone lentil recipe my kids will reliably eat, so it’s a regular on Meatless Monday. Bonus: This recipe is also vegan, in case that’s your thing. Get the recipe.
These work perfectly with a bowl of soup or as buns for sliders. Homemade rolls are such a treat–especially when you let your bread machine do most of the work. Get the recipe.
My husband’s favorite dessert OF ALL TIME. This recipe is so much simpler than a double-crust pie and just as delicious (perhaps even more). I use this basic recipe with all kinds of fruit combos, like granny smith apples + blackberries. Get the recipe.
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