This post was last updated on May 17th, 2020 at 01:54 am
Here’s a list of Milk Free Mom’s 10 most popular recipes of 2013 (#1 being most popular). Wishing you all a safe, happy New Year, and a delicious, milk-free 2014!
You won’t miss the meat in this comforting, filling classic! It’s toddler approved, and you can make a double batch for freezing.
A simple crockpot meal that’s great for busy weeknights or even for entertaining. Your family and guests will love this, and have no idea you didn’t slave over the stove all day to make it.
Every kid (and adult) deserves to eat mac & cheese, and this one makes a big batch of milk-free, cheesy goodness for those of us that can’t have the real thing with our mac.
This salad is great as a side, on top of tacos, or even alone. My toddler gobbles this up every time I make it.
Kids love it because it’s pasta, adults love it because the kids are eating spinach. Win!
This is actually a recipe I found over at MSPI Mama’s website, which she graciously allowed me to share. I had a craving for this childhood, canned favorite, but when I read the ingredients I decided to make them at home, and milk-free. I was blown away at how much these tasted like the canned version, and they are much healthier!
Bright, filling, and so good for you. It’s toddler approved, and brings a taste of summer to your palate anytime of year.
This recipe is a great example of how simple food can taste amazingly good.
You may read the title of this recipe and think, “Huh? In a quesadilla?”. But trust me. It’s good. And you won’t miss the cheese.
And the most popular recipe of 2013 on MilkFreeMom.com was…
This recipe speaks for itself. Silky, smooth, and no one will every know it’s vegan. Freeze it into pudding pops and the kids will go crazy.
Which MilkFreeMom recipe was your favorite this year?