Whew! What a year. I started this little blog in April 2015, and it’s grown tremendously in the past 9 months. Beyond my wildest dreams! Over 100,000 beautiful people have visited my blog since I started it. Those numbers are crazy to me! Another crazy thing, I’ve posted over 100 recipes! I’m tired just thinking about it. 🙂 

Some recipes have been very popular! These are the best of the best. Here are my top 10 most popular recipes this year!

#10- Caramelized Onion and Bacon Mashed Potatoes

I made this side dish with the holidays in mind, when you just need that extra little something special! This recipe was featured on BuzzFeed. So cool!Caramelized Onion and Bacon Mashed Potatoes 2

#9- Cherry Limeade Moscow Mules

Did you drink Sonic’s Cherry Limeades when you were a kid? These are the adult version. This recipe is very popular on Pinterest, so click here to join the party and pin it for yourself!CherryMoscowMules1

#8- Cream Cheese Corn Casserole

This casserole is stupid easy, and you can prep it ahead, then just pop it in the oven before dinner! LOVE it! Cream Cheese Corn Casserole with Green Chiles 2

#7- Secret Ingredient Baked Beans

What’s the secret ingredient? You can find it in the pie aisle! Secret Ingredient Baked Beans a 12

#6- Blackberry Crumble Dump Cake 

This recipe went kind of viral when I posted it, and I was about one month into blogging! It’s no wonder, because it’s a hit, and SO EASY! Just dump and go! Blackberry Crumble Dump Cake 3

#5- Cranberry Moscow Mules

Maybe I like Moscow Mules a bit? I think you all do, too! Cranberry Lime Moscow Mules 3

#4- Rob’s Famous Barbecued Shrimp

My father-in-law’s famous barbecued shrimp recipe is cooked in butter, olive oil, lemon and TONS of yummy spices. You’ll close your eyes and think you’re on Bourbon Street in New Orleans, it’s that good!

Robs Famous Barbecued Shrimp 7

#3- Froot Loops Marshmallow Bombs

These little babies went absolutely crazy, being shared over 23,000 times. WHOA! They are SO fun though, right?

Froot Loops Marshmallow Bombs 5

#2- Five Spice Grilled Cornish Hens

I can’t say it enough, these are SO good. Rubbed with simple asian spices and grilled to perfection.

Five Spice Grilled Cornish Hens with Mongolian Grill Sauce 1

#1- Classic Country Cole Slaw

Surprised? I’m not. My family has been making this easy, no-mayo, vinegar based coleslaw for 50+ years. As it’s named, it’s totally a classic. Tangy Country Coleslaw 2

Thank you so much for your support in 2015! I can’t wait to see what 2016 brings!

See you in the kitchen,


Top 10 Recipes of 2015 Pinterest- Best recipes from blackberrybabe.com. Most popular.