The top 10 recipes that had you clicking in 2023

From our take on the trending overnight Weet-Bix to easy weeknight classic dinners turned plant-based, here are the top 10 recipes that had our readers clicking and cooking this year. Each recipe is brimming with veggie goodness that you’ll want to make again and again.

Did one of your favourites make the list? 

Toasted breakfast wrap

Created by dietitian and mum of 4 Stacey Kemeys of @My_Kids_Lick_the_Bowl fame, this tasty take on the viral tortilla hack is an absolute crowd pleaser. The folded and toasted wraps are easy, quick and delicious and provide a fun breakfast option to mix up your routine that’s also loaded with plant-based goodness.

Butter bean pasta

This recipe is proof that our readers were looking to mix up their pasta game with something other than a traditional tomato-based sauce. In this alternative, butter beans are combined with cheese, lemon, soy milk and garlic to make a creamy and delicious sauce, filled with fibre and protein. Best of all, it’s super easy and can be ready in just 15 minutes.

Vegetarian style fish and chips

A vegetarian twist on a classic dish, this delicious wholesome take on fish and chips is by nutritionist Jacqueline Alwill from @brownpapernutrition. Jacqueline uses herb-crusted tofu instead of fish, vibrant sweet potato chips and then ties it all together with a crunchy rainbow slaw. Pack this for a summer picnic!  

Tropical overnight Weet-Bix  

Did you try the viral overnight Weet-Bix trend in 2023? If not, now is your chance, with our delicious tropical take on this simple brekkie idea. It’s easy to make and your answer to getting out the door on time. Remember this for when the crazy back to school mornings return in the new year.

Super green loaded baked potatoes

Ashley Alexander of the popular @gatherandfeast turned the humble potato into a hearty meal with freshness, zest and crunch. This recipe ticks all the boxes - it is cheap, filling, fresh, healthy and uses all parts of the veggies, meaning no food waste. It’s obvious why this one made it to our top recipe list of 2023.

Peanut butter protein balls

These nutritious balls of bliss will keep you satisfied when those sweet cravings hit. With just 3 ingredients and 5 minutes to spare, you can easily make yourself a stockpile of snacks that can be kept at the ready for up to 2 weeks. It’s no wonder these protein balls rolled onto this year’s most loved list.

Baked veg fried rice with crispy tofu

This tasty baked veg fried rice was brought to us by the meal prep queen Sneh Roy from @cookrepublic to help you make those busy weeknights that little bit easier. And better yet, it provides the perfect solution for packing more veggies into your week. You’re going to want to try this one if you haven’t already.

Vegie Delights Rainbow bowl

A vibrant bowl filled with all the colours of the rainbow, this recipe was destined for our most-clicked list. It’s bursting with the nutrition from 6 types of veggies and uses Vegie Delights Chicken-Style burgers to provide extra protein that’ll help manage your hunger. You’ll love the tahini dressing too!

Sweet potato nachos

Loaded with flavour this wholesome spin on your typical nachos uses sliced and baked sweet potatoes instead of corn chips. The sweet potato ‘chips’ are then loaded with corn, capsicum, black beans and grilled until melted, and finished with another layer of yumminess with a zesty tomato salsa. Yuuuum!

No-bake chickpea shakshuka

This Middle Eastern shakshuka is a simple yet delicious combination of ingredients that clearly had you coming back for more this year. It’s the ideal vegetarian meal packed with protein, veggies, healthy fats and quality carbs that will provide sustained energy and help keep you feeling fuller for longer. Enjoy for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

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