Another year has come and gone; it’s been a big year alright! Not only was it big personally (NBD I grew and birthed a human) but it’s also been a big year for HH. Actually, it’s been the biggest year in the history of the blog. The blog has had an astounding amount of growth this year, and that is thanks to you guys. Every time you make a recipe, share a post/recipe, tag hungryhobby, comment or double tap, Hungry Hobby grows a little. So thank you for reading, sharing, and double tapping.
Without further ado, here were the most popular posts on Hungry Hobby this year! Make sure you share with me your favorite Hungry Hobby posts from 2018 in the comments to be entered into my sneaky giveaway for a Target gift card!
These egg muffins were a hit in January last year and continued to climb over the months. They are the perfect meal prep friendly breakfast!
This recipe is popular likely because it’s only FOUR ingredients! It makes four balls per batch so you don’t end up with a ton of protein balls you will never eat.
This post continues to be one of the top posts on the blog, and I hope it helps those of you studying for NASM pass right away!
It took me a couple of tries to come up with a sweet potato protein pancake recipe I liked so I’m super happy that this recipe is so popular!
This post has consistently been at the top since I wrote it earlier this year. Are bananas bad for you? was also a popular post but not as popular as this one. In this year’s survey, you guys requested more nutrition-related posts like this one, so I’m going to work hard to bring you more nutrition-related posts this year!
One of the most common mistakes I see people making is eating instant oatmeal packs in the morning which are often full of tons of added sugar and preservatives. Swap those packets for this version which is full of anti-inflammatory healthy seeds and healthy sources of protein.
I worked so hard to get this picture of a beautiful fried egg, so happy all that work paid off (I think I photographed this three times?) This breakfast is packed with veggies, protein, and healthy fat!
Zucchini casserole is nothing new in the blogosphere. However, my version has fewer steps and fewer ingredients to help speed this recipe along without sacrificing flavor!
It was a hard choice to share my amenorrhea story with you all, it’s difficult to be that open and vulnerable, but I’m so glad I did. Many of you asked me to write more next year about fertility and women’s health next year, so I’ve realized this is a topic on many of your minds.
This is a recipe that I don’t particularly like, but Mr. Hungry LOVES which is why I was surprised when it jumped to the top of the stats. That’s precisely why I often share recipes Mr. Hungry likes, but I don’t like, or visa versa, everyone’s taste buds are different!
I LOVE this recipe, and I’m glad you guys love it too! It’s so easy to throw together dinner quickly and can even be made from frozen!
Aka the best healthy dessert ever!
A classic HH single serving breakfast recipe! Only two ingredients this high protein pancake will fill you up all morning!
This one has been on the most popular list for almost three years now thanks to Pinterest. It’s a delicious stack of pancakes and perfect for meal prep!
Homemade taquitos are easier to make than you might think, plus baking instead of deep-frying them saves hundreds of calories!
Sometimes I forget to share the recipes I make often. I make this recipe all the time for breakfast (well at least I did before the baby) and one day I decided to photograph it fast. I figured it was so easy it didn’t even count as a recipe, but it turns out you guys LOVED it! It’s been a top hit on my blog daily for the last couple of years.
MOST POPULAR: Coconut Flour Pancakes
These Coconut Flour pancakes are made from healthy, filling, nutritious ingredients to satisfy your urge to stack, drizzle and eat without all the sugar and refined flour! Super simple to make and great for meal prep! They are the most popular recipe on my blog!