A list of the most popular recipes from 2021, see if your favorite made the list!
Top 25 Most Popular Recipes of 2021
I know you’re always excited when I share this list! These are the most visited recipes created in 2021 according to google analytics. It’s always interesting to see which recipes become popular. Some make the list because they were shared early in the year, so they have had more time to gain popularity than the ones I recently posted, so it’s not always 100% accurate. Did you favorite recipe make the list? (Note, I made a mistake and forgot the Drunken Noodles, so now there’s 26)
2021 has been a busy year for me! Working on a new New York Times Best Selling Air Fryer Cookbook and a new meal planner that includes recipes means I was very busy testing recipes for books and blog. I am so grateful for all of you! Thank you for allowing me to share what I love every single day! Your comments, photos on social media, inspiring emails always mean so much to me!
I’ve also shared links to my most popular posts from previous years, so if you are new to Skinnytaste or just want to start cooking more in 2022, these TOP 25 recipes are a great place to start! I never did get around to creating this list in 2018 and I apologize, but the bagel recipe for sure was number ONE! And if you’re new, don’t miss my free weekly meal plans I share every Friday! Lastly, join the Skinnytaste What’s Cooking Community on Facebook for inspiration and dinner ideas to see what everyone else is cooking. Here’s to making 2022 a healthy, happy year!
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Top 25 Skinnytaste Recipes From 2021…
1. Ground Turkey Skillet with Zucchini, Corn, Black Beans
2. Spinach Stuffed Chicken Breast with Tomato and Feta
5. Chicken and Broccoli Noodle Casserole
7. Grilled Vegetable Orzo Pasta
8. Shrimp and Andouille Sheet Pan Dinner
10. One Pot Chicken Artichoke Pasta
12. Cheesy Eggplant Gnocchi Skillet
13. High Protein Oat Sandwich Rolls
14. Salmon Coconut Curry with Chickpeas and Spinach
15. Cottage Cheese, Egg, Sausage Fritatta
16. Cilantro Lime Chicken Breast
18. Shrimp Pho
19. Baked Sweet Potato Egg Cups
20. Drunken Noodles
21. Shrimp Dumpling Lettuce Wraps or Bowls
22. Savory Cottage Cheese Bowls
25. Sriracha Tofu
26. Shrimp Egg Rolls
18 comments on “Top 25 Most Popular Skinnytaste Recipes of 2021”
Thanks for the awesome roundup.
I really just love everything about your site and many of these top 25 are some of my families favorites as well!! Thank you for making it easier for me to try and balance my goals while still providing healthy real meals for myself and my children. The fact that the recipes now link directly to my WW app 🤲. Thank you!!
So helpful to have a list of most popular recipes…love your recipes…Thank You and Happy New Year
I do remember many of these favorites as winners in our household. One favorite that we just enjoyed in the last week or so was Spaghetti squash with sausage and ricotta that gets stuffed back into the squash skins. We didn’t read far enough into the recipe before we disposed of the skins, but it was just as tasty baked in a casserole, if not as much fun. Thank you so much for producing your meal plans. My husband and I have enjoyed cooking at home with such delicious results. I am so happy about that and so grateful for the meal plans.
You always have great recipes! I love the meal plans.
Gina I LOVE your recipes, thanks for all you do!
Thank you so much for another year’s worth of not only tasty but healthy recipes! I almost always follow your meal plans exactly from week to week and I love not having to think about what’s for dinner. Thank you!
Absolutely, a delicious and healthy year – thank you and best wishes for a wonderful 2022!
Can’t wait to give many of these a try. They look delicious!!
Thanks for a great year! Those recipes are wonderful!
Happy New Years!
One more thing from me 🙂 I noticed when browsing through these top recipes, in a lot of cases you include tips, variations, and potential substitutions. This is extremely helpful to me as a ‘cook’ (and not a naturally intuitive chef). I also really appreciate when you include suggested sides. Thank you for all you do, Gina!
Why won’t your website not accept my email address
I will try to add you!
My favorite post of the year! Thank you Gina, and happy new year!