Top 10 Recipes from 2015

Among the recipes and posts I published to Chocolate & Zucchini in 2015, do you know which ones proved the most popular? Here are your 10 favorites, if we’re to believe the numbers in my analytics program. Is there another one you think should have made it to the Top 10 Recipes from 2015? What’s been the best recipe that you cooked, from C&Z and elsewhere, this past year?

#1: Vegan Apple Crumble

Vegan Apple Crumble

#2: Homemade Coconut Milk Yogurt

Coconut Milk Yogurt

#3: A Better Way to Slice Zucchini

How to Slice Zucchini

#4: Easy Peanut sauce

Easy Peanut Sauce

#5: Tomato and Coconut Fish Curry

Easy Tomato and Coconut Fish Curry

#6: 12 Amazing Instagram Accounts for Paris Lovers

@lostncheeseland Instagram account

#7: Yogurt Scones

Yogurt Scones

#8: Coconut Butter Recipes: 20+ Divine Ways To Use Coconut Butter

#9: Grilled Sweet Potatoes with Black Olives and Almonds

Grilled Sweet Potatoes with Black Olives and Almonds

#10: Gluten-Free Chocolate Sablés (Just 4 Ingredients!)

Gluten-free Chocolate Sablés (Just 4 Ingredients!)

And if you’re curious, here’s the top 10 from the French edition of C&Z. Isn’t it endlessly fascinating that the ranking is not the same ?

  • Cj

    One of our favorites from your recipes is still the ‘Gateau Piege’- I’ve made it several time this past year! Also, after a visit to Ireland, I had to find a ‘Flapjack’ recipe to recreate at home (an oatmeal snack cake, not to be confused with U.S. pancakes). I highly recommend this treat!

    • Thank you, I’m so pleased you like that cake! As for the flapjacks, have you found a recipe you like? I think of them as granola bars — are they in fact different?

      • Cj

        I would say its a cross between a chewy granola bar & a great oatmeal cookie. The recipe is a combination of oats/brown sugar/butter/golden syrup/vanilla/cinnamon- but I still need to perfect the amounts to recreate what I sampled in the Irish bakery. To be continued…

  • rachelsloan79

    I’m kind of surprised the roasted green beans didn’t make the top 10 – that recipe should have come with a warning, it was so addictive! ;)

    • Thank you Rachel, I’m in love with that one too! To be fair, there is a definite bias in those numbers: the recipes published in early 2015 have had more opportunities to be viewed than the ones published later. I should divide the pageviews by the number of days since publication. :)

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