While Tip Hero excitedly ventures into a new year, which will undoubtedly involve exciting new adventures and new recipes, we can’t help but reflect on the wonderful recipes we discovered and shared with you in 2015. And since we wanted to make sure that you didn’t miss the best of the best, we decided to compile our top 10 list of the best original recipes we featured last year. Enjoy, and try not too drool too much!
It’s the new year, so we know portion control and weight loss goals are on many minds. So when your sweet tooth attacks, you don’t have to make a big dessert that will sit around and call to you for days. Make a tasty one-portion mug dessert!
If mozzarella sticks are your family’s favorite appetizer, then check out this simple trick for making your own right at home whenever cravings strike!
If you’re looking for a impressive, bite-sized treat to serve for brunch, look no further than these adorable bacon & egg hash brown nests. They look just like little nests, but taste just like heaven.
This is an appetizer that’s sure to impress any dinner guest. With cheesy goodness baked right into each bite of bread, you just can’t go wrong.
2015 was clearly a big year for apple desserts, and this apple cookies recipe was just as good as all the rest. And we love the idea of all dinner guests getting an individual little “pie” (or two) all to themselves.
Ever had the bloomin’ onion appetizer at a local steakhouse? Well, this cool apple dessert uses the same concept. Top with a scoop of ice cream to make this treat even better.
Intimidated by the thought of making homemade fudge? After you check out this microwave recipe, you’ll realize that making your own delicious fudge couldn’t be easier.
What’s better than dessert? How about a dessert that involves a dip? So when you really want to treat yourself, grab some graham crackers, this skillet treat, and a couple napkins, because things are sure to get a bit messy (and that’s totally acceptable).
Looking for an easy, make-ahead breakfast solution for busy mornings? These easy omelet muffins are what you’ve been looking for. I love to make a batch of these on Sunday afternoons so that my husband and I can heat them up and enjoy quick, hot breakfasts all week long. And the best part about these is that they’re totally customizable. So use whatever leftovers you’ve got lying around in your fridge to whip up a batch of these.
I don’t think I’m exaggerating when I say that our Baked Apple Roses video was a sensation that gripped the nation. Only 48 hours after we published the video, it was viewed by over 116 million people. To date, it’s been viewed and enjoyed by over 226 million people. So if you’ve been living under a rock or have otherwise somehow missed this beautiful and creative recipe, be sure to check it out and see what all the fuss is about.