I’m still in Jacksonville soaking up family time but wanted to quickly pop in to share a recap of the top 10 most popular recipes on Peanut Butter Fingers in 2015.
Every year, I enjoy looking back to see what you guys seemed to love the most and this year breakfast recipes seemed to dominate and claim the majority of the top spots (and many of them were from prior years)! I hope you enjoy this look back and would love to know what kind of recipes you hope to see on the blog in 2016 in the comments section of this post.
Happy (almost) New Year!
Top Recipes of 2015
This was the most-viewed PBF recipe in 2015! I first shared the recipe back in September 2014, but it continually receives a lot views every month. It’s one of my favorites and a go-to breakfast for me that’s packed with protein and incredibly easy to make. All you need is three minutes in the morning!
This recipe came together when I was on a mission to create a protein pancake recipe that didn’t require protein powder or an immersion blender. I love this recipe and continue to make it frequently.
No bake recipes are the best! This recipe for no bake oatmeal nut butter balls makes a great grab-and-go snack on busy days and also satisfies my sweet tooth in a healthy way.
I almost didn’t share this recipe on the blog because it is so easy and the photography isn’t the best, so go figure that it ended up being one of my most popular recipes from last year! Thanks to my mom for coming up with this one!
My banana bread protein pancakes are a family favorite among my parents and sister! They taste like banana bread but are 10,000 times more filling thanks to a protein punch from cottage cheese (which I promise you cannot taste at all)!
I think 2015 was the year I rediscovered sweet potatoes. They are so darn delicious and satisfying! I love incorporating them into my morning meal because they add a little volume, nutrition and color to breakfast!
These cookies are so, so tasty! I shared the recipe when I reviewed Chocolate Covered Katie’s cookbook and have nothing but wonderful things to say about this flour-free recipe for chocolate chip cookies.
My peanut butter oatmeal cookie dough overnight oats continue to be one of my absolute favorite versions of overnight oats. The prep-ahead recipe makes breakfast a breeze and the flavor truly does remind me of peanut butter cookie dough!
If you’re new to the overnight oats phenomenon (or if you have yet to make a batch you truly love), check out this tutorial! It walks you through my go-to method for creating a tasty bowl of overnight oats.
If you’re gluten-free (or even if you aren’t!) and are on the lookout for a fantastically moist muffin, please give this recipe a try. It’s easy to customize, so if you do not like chocolate chips, you can omit them and toss in your favorite nuts, dried cranberries, etc.
Question of the Day
I would absolutely love to hear what kind of recipes you guys hope to find on this blog in the new year! Are you on the lookout for easy breakfast creations? Tasty desserts? Healthy one-pot dinners? Please let me know! I really enjoy sharing new recipes with you guys and will definitely use your feedback when it comes to planning future recipes to share on Peanut Butter Fingers in 2016.
Thanks so much for reading!