Bloggers Share Their TOP Recipes

One thing that always interests me as a blogger is learning about what interests you. I’m often surprised by which blog posts you guys find the most interesting and I’ve had numerous conversations with some of my blogging buddies about this very topic. I thought it might be fun to reach out to some of my favorite bloggers and blogging friends to see what recipes we’ve all shared on the internet that have attracted the most attention.

Top Blogger Recipes -- 30 bloggers share their most popular recipes!

Below you will find the TOP recipes that a handful of my favorite bloggers have shared on their blogs. Recipes range from indulgent desserts to mouth-watering crock pot meals and simple snack foods. They’re all over the place in the best possible way and I hope you find something new to add to your menu!

Top Blogger Recipes

Paprika Chicken Thighs

Cauliflower Crust Pizza

No Bake Peanut Butter Granola Bars

Copycat PF Chang's Lettuce Wraps

Whipped Banana Oatmeal

crock pot italian beef sandwiches

quinoa breakfast bars

Healthy Frosty

Healthy Chicken Nuggets

Questions of the Day

  • What kind of recipes are your favorite recipes to see shared on blogs?

I love seeing EASY recipes on blogs! Anything that tastes great and can be made in a minimal amount of time is my personal favorite!

  • If you are a blogger and share recipes on your blog, what recipe has been the most popular recipe you’ve shared? (Feel free to drop a link below so we can all check it out!)

Dessert recipes continue to be the most popular recipes I share on PBF (with the exception of my easy baked chicken recipe which is somehow my most popular recipe of all time)! I’m glad you guys share my love for sweet treats!


  1. says

    This is awesome! I’m obsessed with easy recipes, and while I’m by no means a master chef, LOVE making things that can be whipped up in 30 minutes or under. It’s almost weird how much I plan my meals around favorite blogger recipes I’ve spotted! In fact, I decided to have a cocktail party this upcoming Friday to try out the PBFingers special pumpkin spice cupcakes, ha! Embarrassing, perhaps… but it works for me!

    The most popular recipe on my blog has been 30 calorie cookies that are vegan, gluten-free, and have no sugar added. They’ve been a huge hit for me since I posted about them in April. And it makes sense, because they’re easy, healthy, and SO tasty. (Pro tip: Keep them in the fridge for dessert. SO good. 🙂 )


  2. says

    I haven’t been blogging nearly long enough to have more than 3 recipes on my blog (one of which is a garlic tea, yes, GARLIC, to be consumed to prevent a cold) but all of my recipes I share will be EASY, budget friendly, quick, healthy, student friendly recipes. I don’t love cooking nearly enough to spend hours and hours in the kitchen, so quick, easy, healthy and simple is where it’s at! 😀


  3. says

    When you get to Blowing Rock, make sure you go to eat at the Village Cafe. It’s a terrific little restaurant, an old house actually, with a fireplace on the first floor and fabulous food, drinks, desserts, etc. Consider making a reservation. You’ll love it! 🍁🎃


  4. Veronika says

    By far one of my fave PBF posts! I am always scouring blogs looking forhealthy new recipes that my toddler and I can make/ enjoy together. Thanks Julie!


  5. Ashley Sylvester says

    I made the One Pot Paprika Chicken Thighs for a group of friends, and they LOVED it. I can’t wait to try a few more of these. Great idea!


  6. says

    I just went to make Caitlin’s coconut oil chocolate and I can’t get to her blog any more. I guess it’s gone? I knew she was stopping but I thought her recipes would stay up. Are you able to share it?


  7. says

    Great suggestions! I like almost all recipe in the list. Can’t wait to try the 5-Minute Protein Pancake. Considering my time limitations because of work, this would be a great choice for me. Love the idea of using blueberry for banana. The Healthy Pizza with a Cauliflower Crust is one of my favourites too.


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