What Was the Most Popular Recipe on the Internet in 2014?

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The world’s best lasagna has been unseated by Lisa Kreft’s banana crumb muffins

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These banana crumb muffins better be delicious if they’re going to out-rate lasagna.

Last year, the Internet determined that the most popular web recipe out there was the aptly named John Chandler’s World’s Best Lasagna. According to AllRecipes, this lasagna dish was the most viewed and highest-rated recipe on AllRecipes.com. The tall stack of layered cheesy, meat-filled pasta has been outshone this year, however. The new winner, according to AllRecipes’ list of highest-rated recipes, is Banana Crumb Muffins by Lisa Kreft.

The recipe calls these outstanding muffins “scrumptious,” and with more than 8,000 reviews and an almost-perfect five-star score, they likely are. It’s a nice, easy change from the lasagna which takes a host of ingredients and over three hours to make. The muffins, meanwhile, only take 35 minutes to bake to crumbly perfection.

Lasagna and muffins aside, some of the other recipes in the top 10 AllRecipes of all time include Delicious Ham and Potato Soup, Chicken Pot Pie IX (we can’t wait for the 10th edition!), Downeast Maine Pumpkin Bread, and, of course, Apple Pie by Grandma Ople (who knows pie better than your grandma?).

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