I’ve missed Monday Listicles, so I decided to pick a list for today’s post so that I can participate again, even though I’m not sticking with the chosen topic for the week. I worked hard this weekend trying to reorganize my Pinterest boards so that I can find recipes more easily. And it was nice to realize that some of the time I’ve spent pinning has been helpful – we’ve actually made several recipes that I’ve found on Pinterest. I’m always more likely to try a recipe if I know someone else has successfully made it, so I thought I’d share 10 of our successes here today.
I think this is probably the third time I’ve shared this one because it’s honestly my favorite Pinterest find. And the whole family loves it. It’s creamy and delicious and filling, and a little spicy.
This is another one we’ve made several times at this point. We just eat the shredded beef with a side of our choice – we don’t actually make the tacos.
I love finding new Crockpot recipes that are different from the standard roast type recipes. And we’d never really successfully made ribs before. I’m not a huge fan of ribs normally, but these were so good that I was honestly picking every scrap of meat off the bones.
I liked these better than anyone else in the family did, so we haven’t made them a second time. What I loved was trying egg roll wrappers for the first time – there are so many things we could do with them, and I’d honestly never even thoughts of them. The pizza rolls were so crispy and delicious in the egg roll wrappers.
I’d almost forgotten about these. We made them with our Christmas meal, and I’m thinking we need to make them again! The texture and taste were perfect.
We’ve made these a couple times for quick weekend breakfasts. They really don’t take much more than eight minutes, especially using the seamless crescent roll dough. I’m a fan of the canned cinnamon rolls from the grocery store, and I was surprised that I liked these just as much, especially since we could customize how much cinnamon and sugar we wanted to add. I also liked that they’re smaller, so it’s slightly easier to restrict how much I eat.
This is a Pioneer Woman recipes for perfect pancakes. And they were delicious! I’m terrible at getting the temperature set just right for pancakes, but I got it about halfway through. Even the burnt ones were tasty though.
Another easy and delicious Pioneer Woman recipes. We’ve made these for breakfast a couple times, using the option of canned biscuits since I don’t generally have extra bread dough laying around the house.
I could eat way too many of these no bake cookies. And they’re made with Special K, so they’re practically healthy, right? I added in some chocolate chips to make it a little bit more like a crunchy Reese Cup. We can’t make these too often. But we can certainly eat the entire batch in about an hour if we do.
We made these last night, except we made them with pork chops. This was our first experience with Panko bread crumbs, and it was crispy and delicious! And a little messy, but that’s okay. Here’s a picture of ours:
These are just 10 of many recipes I’ve tried from Pinterest – if you’d like to see others, check out my Recipes We’ve Made board. Let me know if you decide to try any of these recipes – I highly recommend them all.
Linking up with Stasha for Monday Listicles: