As 2017 has come to a close, the What’s Cooking team at USDA’s Food and Nutrition Service is joining the #2017BestNine fun – a social media trend where users share their favorite or most popular moments of the year – by taking a look back at our top-viewed recipes. From quinoa to quesadillas, we are proud to share our users’ favorite recipes.
What’s Cooking’s #2017BestNine:
- French Spinach Frittata
This classic baked egg dish with scallions, spinach, and feta cheese was a user favorite in 2017.
- Black Bean Quesadillas
Everyone likes a quick and easy weeknight meal. What’s Cooking users agree.
- Grilled Asparagus and Shrimp Quinoa Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette
Break out the grill for this combination of vegetables, shrimp, and quinoa with lemon dressing.
- Sweet Potato Hash with Egg
Sweet potatoes and eggs are a perfect match for a colorful and satisfying breakfast.
- 20-Minute Chicken Creole
This Creole-inspired recipe is quick, delicious, and spices up dinner.
- Batido Smoothie
Mix up this blend of papaya, banana, and yogurt for a refreshing drink any time of day.
- Apple Banana Salad with Peanuts
This salad combines bananas, apples, and peanuts topped with dressing spiced with paprika.
For more resources to get your year off to a great start, visit ChooseMyPlate.gov to find tip sheets, infographics and more. Follow @MyPlate on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest, and sign up for MyPlate email updates at ChooseMyPlate.gov/govdelivery.
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