The Pinterest peeps have spoken! I’ve been featuring an easy, healthy recipe every Monday for quite some time. Here’s a list featuring the best of the best!
Our Top 10 Most Pinned Recipes from Pinterest
This was the top recipe by a landslide! And Pinterest users loved that these can be make in your slow cooker or Crock Pot!
This Spicy Veggie Frittata became a go-to for many users! Easy to make any night of the week and a crowd pleaser!
A very tasty Italian dish. Great if you are having 6-10 people over for dinner and plan to serve buffet style. The homemade marinara is well worth it!
As simple as it gets! This works with almost any vegetable, so pick your favorite seasonal veggies & get roasting!
This is great for an easy dinner and if there is any left, it is also great warmed up for a protein-packed quick breakfast. Great for potlucks!
This recipe is courtesy of Whole Foods Market in Oakland! Very tasty, and the herbs give it that richness that will add this to your list of go-to comfort foods!
I’ve watched my mother-in-law make her delicious apple pies for years now. I like them a tiny bit on the sweet side, so I use Honeycrisp or Pink Lady apples instead of loading them up with extra sugar. The link also includes a recipe for a great pie crust!
This recipe is courtesy of the Food Network and the lovely Giada De Laurentiis. I have made this meatless “bolognese” countless times. The mushrooms & the mascarpone give it a rich savoriness that won’t leave you wanting for a thing (well, except maybe a piece of that Apple Cranberry Pie up there!)
This isn’t a recipe per se, but it was a hit on Pinterest so I wanted to share this great little afternoon snack idea. Go with a natural almond butter, like MaraNatha. Again, I prefer a sweeter apple — like a Pink Lady or a Honeycrisp. Try it on different apples and see which you like best!
And… last but not least! I found this on Southern Living Magazine’s website. This is a great stir-fry! If you are looking to make this even healthier, try a rice substitute like quinoa or barley.
How many of these have you tried?