Blog Recipes We Make Again and Again

Hi friends! Following up my top 9 blog recipes and posts according to my analytics, I thought it would be fun to share my top 9 personal favorite recipes from the blog, regardless of stats/how much traffic they receive. So, here are the 9 recipes from the blog that we make again and again. I’ll use the same format as before and count down from #9 to #1!

#9: Mexican LasagnaMatt and I both really love this recipe – it’s so easy to mix up based on what you have on hand, and it’s always a huge hit with guests. I’ve also made it a couple times for friends who just had babies as it makes great leftovers and reheats well!

mexican lasagna recipe

#8: Red Lentil Granola BarsI promise you can’t taste the lentils! These are such an awesome protein-packed snack – I’ve made it a bunch since posting it.

red lentil granola bars

#7: 5 Minute No Bake Peanut Butter Granola BarsThis used to be my most popular/well known recipe on my blog for years until Pinterest mixed up the stats, but I still really love it. It’s fast, easy, and crazy delicious.

no bake granola bars

#6: Sheet Pan Asian Salmon with VeggiesWe have made this recipe again and again – it’s so flavorful and quick, and I love that it’s all done on one pan. Try it if you haven’t yet!

sheet pan asian salmon

#5: Oatmeal Banana Coconut Cookies. I have been OBSESSED with these cookies ever since Riese was born. They aren’t serious cookies in the sense that they are more doughy and not super sweet, but that has made them perfect as a nursing snack. I’ve eaten hundreds of these this year at all hours of the day! Shout out to my mom for making a zillion batches for me in the early baby days. She could probably make this recipe while blindfolded at this point…

Oatmeal Banana Coconut Cookies - the perfect healthy grab and go snack! Great for lunchbox treats or workout fuel. 100% whole wheat and refined sugar-free!

#4: Saucy Tomato Artichoke ChickenThis is one of our favorite easy throw together meals when we have no idea what to make. We serve it atop rice or pasta, or just as is. It’s crazy fast and can be made with mostly pantry or freezer staples, too!

Saucy Tomato & Artichoke Chicken - healthy, easy 15 minute dinner recipe from @fannetasticfood

#3: Salmon with Lemon Mustard Dill SauceWe LOVE this recipe – it’s so, so delicious. Great for impressing guests or for an easy weeknight meal, especially since you can prep it ahead of time!

salmon with mustard dill sauce

#2: Microwave Banana OatmealThis is one of my biggest breakfast go-to’s – so quick to throw together! I usually stir in some cottage cheese and nuts/seeds to add even more texture.

And now, drumroll… my all-time favorite recipe on the blog that I make the most out of any recipe isssss…




#1: Flour Free Breakfast Protein PancakeI loooooove this recipe and make it at least a few times a week, especially because Riese loves it now, too!

gluten free flour free high protein pancake

Are there any of my recipes that you find yourself making again and again? I’d love to hear which ones, if so!


  1. 1

    That mustard dill sauce is liquid goal and is a recipe I’ve used multiple times! The red lentil bars have been on my radar forever so I will have to make those soon :)

  2. 3

    I just finished eating your breakfast protein pancake while reading this! I make it a few times a week, but in the microwave (lazy). I top it with yogurt and some fruit!

  3. 5

    I love your high protein flour free pancake, and I’m already bookmarking your saucy tomato and artichoke chicken for later this week!

  4. 7

    The Mexican Lasagna is one of my favorites because of how it can be customized. I have done it with sauteed peppers and onions, spices, refried beans, salsa and cheese. Sometimes I’ll add in mushrooms or meat or shredded chicken. It is one of my favorites, especially since I can portion it and freeze it for dinners. Reheats beautifully, in fact I prefer it reheated.

  5. 9

    I love your Mexican Black Bean Spinach Burgers and the Strawberry and Fennel Barley salad is my favourite recipe, that is really something different to bring along to a get together.
    The 5 Minute No Bake Peanut Butter Granola Bars have been made many times.

  6. 11
    Roadrunner says

    I vote for number 3. In fact, we have it all the time. Perfect salmon meal!

  7. 13

    Do you think the texture of the lentil granola bars would work for baby led weaning? Our son is 9 months and loves lentils!

    • 14

      Unfortunately probably not given the walnut pieces and dried cherries (which are probably too large unless chopped)… and the maple syrup is probably something you’ll want to skip for a bit longer, too, just because it’s extra sugar. So I’d probably skip this one for now! Once your little one is a bit older I think it would be great, though, if you chop the dried cherries a bit and leave out the walnuts!

  8. 15

    Bookmarked all the savories!

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