Our Most Popular Recipes of 2019

These are our most-viewed recipes on this year.

The top five recipes of the year are below. Some are simple in preparation but big in flavor, others are comforting, and all are just plain delicious.

1. Easiest Baked Halibut

Easiest baked halibut recipe
Kelly Brisson

Year after year, this tops our list of most popular recipes, and it’s not hard to see why. It’s fresh, easy to make (just 20 minutes), and can be assembled with staples you already have in your panty.

Get the recipe: Easiest Baked Halibut

2. 3 Must-Try Acai Bowl Recipes

Hawaii 5-0 Rainbow Acai Bowl recipe

This is technically three recipes, but these antioxidant-rich acai bowl recipes to make a delicious and refreshing breakfast. 

Get the recipes: 3 Must-Try Acai Bowl Recipes

3. Make-Ahead Mini Frittatas

Frittatas recipe
Darren Kemper

These Italian-style breakfast frittatas routinely make the top 5 of our most popular recipes. And for good reason—they are the perfect portable (but filling) meal for those crazy on-the-go mornings when you don’t have time to sit for a leisurely brekky. 

Get the recipe: Make-Ahead Mini Frittatas

4. Moroccan Chicken Tagine

Moroccan Chicken Tagine-old
Photo by Darren Kemper

The Instant Pot is a versatile tool and we love to make this zesty North African stew made in it with kamut, a deliciously plump and chewy ancient wheat. It’s perfect for weeknight dinner, but it’s also a company-worthy dish. 

Get the recipe: Moroccan Chicken Tagine

5. Banana Protein Bread

Banana Protein Bread recipe
Photo by Crayola England, Chris Hennessey and Dennis Kennedy

Protein is good for us. It increases muscle mass, improves strength and power, and decreases fat mass. Here, we’ve mixed it into a banana quick bread with warming spices for a delicious — and healthy — snack. 

Get the recipe: Banana Protein Bread