I can’t believe 2015 is over! It was a printable filled year…but I also had some popular recipes, too!
My most viewed posts last year were my Cleaning Schedule, Frozen Birthday party and Thanksgiving Crowns. Those weren’t written in 2015, so they’re not being counted in this round up of my Top 15 Posts from 2015. I’m surprised by some and not surprised by others. Which posts were your favorites?
Number 15: New Years Mustache Printables
I’m thrilled that these made the list, because December posts usually don’t have as many page views, but these are already popular. Don’t you just love a fun and easy printable?
Number 14: Star Wars Printables
Another December post that did well…because STAR WARS!
Number 13: Frozen Easter Bunny Printables
If you build it they will come…as in, if you write about Frozen, people will read it. Frozen posts have been going crazy since the movie comes out. I’m excited about Frozen 2 just for the pageviews!
Number 12: Whimsical Tinkerbell Party
This is my favorite party. I love the colors, how bright it is and the yummy lime cheesecakes. The girls LOVED this party!
Number 11: Bacon Chicken Penne Pasta
I made this pasta recipe at a time when my kids would not eat ANYTHING. Since I made this recipe, they’ve also tried vegetables, so I call that a win!
Number 10: Prepare Your Home for a Holiday Party
This was written in December and sometimes it takes posts a little while to gain some traction, so I was actually surprised this made the top ten! I love this party, though…one of my favorites!
Number 9: Thai Coconut Curry Tacos
This is my favorite recipe I’ve made…EVER! These tacos are amazing and my husband asks for them all the time.
Number 8: Pumpkin S’mores Skewers
These were so fun…kids loved them and I really like the pictures. I worked hard on my pictures this year and I attribute that to why my blog did well this year! Plus, they’re s’mores so YUM!
Number 7: Budget Tips for an Inside Out Party
I used to make huge elaborate parties and I have cut WAY back because I want my parties to be practical…something that every mom can recreate. This post gives some great tips to throwing an outstanding party on a budget.
Number 6: Easy Vacation Food Prep
I literally threw this post together while I was packing up for our trip to Utah. I’m glad I did because it paid off in page views! Just proves people like posts with great information (and the pictures are nice, too!)
Number 5: Crock Pot Cherry Coke Pork Lettuce Wraps
This is one post where I was kind of disappointed in the pictures, but people LOVED these. This was my husband’s favorite recipe of the year and with good reason….SO TASTEY!
Number 4: Banana Coconut and Chocolate Frosty
Chocolate, bananas, frosties, coconut….not too hard to see why these babies made the list!
Number 3: Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake Smoothie
These are still going strong…they’re A-MAZ-ING!
Number 2: Big Hero 6 Dessert Sushi Rolls
My 4-year old son is OBSESSED with Baymax. I had a 2 month old baby at the time and I was so tired…so his party consisted of red velvet cake and these “sushi rolls.” He was thrilled, even though I didn’t throw a big bash!
Number 1: Printable Inside Out Emotions Board Game
I’m so glad this made number one. This was my favorite printable by far. My kids love this game and I get comments and emails all the time about how this helps speech therapists in their jobs. Since I got my Bachelor’s degree in Audiology and Speech Language Pathology, I’m glad my degree came into good use!
I hope 2015 was filled with blessings for you as it was for me and I’m excited for everything 2016 has to offer! What were your favorite memories this year!
2015 was the year I discovered Strawberry Mommycakes and I am soooo grateful! The Tinkerbell party was what hooked me! 🙂