I’m not going to get all cliche with the I can’t believe how quickly this year flew by jazz…
Forget it. I’m totally going to say it.
WHERE IN THE WORLD DID THIS YEAR GO? Seriously. Where?
As a final farewell to this year, I’ve rounded up our ten most popular recipes of 2013. I’m beyond excited for 2014 and creating and sharing many more new dishes with you all! Thank you for your continued readership!
Happy and healthy cooking in 2014!!
It doesn’t get any easier than this, folks. Do yourself a favor and pick up a rotisserie chicken. This dish practically makes itself!
This recipe was born when I finally got my Vitamix. It’s so delicious, you’ll never realize (or care) it’s dairy and refined sugar free!
Who doesn’t love a great slow cooker recipe? This is one of my favorites – big on flavor and just spicy enough. Plus, it uses the oft ignored chicken thigh, which works perfectly and stays moist and tender.
Yes, giving your greens a massage may sound strange, but trust me. It does wonders for this salad. The flavors are bold and bright and hello? Kale is super duper good for you. Eat up!
I discovered Chia Seeds early this year while doing a cleanse. They’re full of good nutrients, plus they create a gel when soaked in water – great for creating puddings. This recipe is perfect for when you want a dessert and are avoiding sugar, dairy and gluten!
I didn’t know what Barbacoa was till I saw it on the menu at Chipotle and decided to look it up…and what I found sounded like something I needed to try! This Barbacoa cooks itself in the slow cooker and is the perfect filling for tacos!
Our red enchilada sauce is much loved and we had several requests for a green version…and here it is!
Christy made this soup for the first time during a cleanse with EatCleanHealth last spring and we’ve both been making it like fiends since. I throw curry in mine and top it with roasted pumpkin seeds. It’s amazing. Make it.
One of my dear high school friends emailed me shortly after this recipe came out and told me that her husband had stumbled upon it randomly and requested it for dinner. How awesome is that?!
These little balls of happiness (yes, I just said that) are our most popular recipe ever. I can’t say I’m surprised…they’re awesome. Perfect for a New Years Eve bash…or Superbowl. Yum!