by Lisa Lozano
Sunny Anderson ranks toward the top of our viewers’ favorite guests, and it’s no secret why. Her recipes are delicious and better yet – quick and easy to make! Read on as we count down Sunny’s 10 all-time most popular recipes to ever be featured on our site.
This dip features beans, cheese, Greek yogurt and a whole lot of flavor from ingredients like garlic and onion powder, fresh-chopped parsley and chives, and olives. Delish!
This savory and slightly spicy breakfast muffin features pickled jalapenos, prepared corn muffin mix, milk and pre-cooked sliced Italian sausage links, and can be whipped up quickly before heading out for the day.
This apple pancake cooks up fast using only prepared boxed pancake batter, chunky apple sauce, raisins and cinnamon sugar. Pour some maple syrup on top and you’re done!
Sunny’s savory roast chicken couldn’t be easier – with only chicken and Boursin garlic and herb cheese as ingredients!
This 3-minute quiche is brilliant! Make a crust in the bottom of the mug using crushed butter crackers, then pour in a mixture of eggs, Dijon mustard, ham, peas, scallions and brie. Yum!
Breakfast … in a coffee mug?! Only Sunny could whip up something this mind-blowingly creative. Not only was it fun to eat, its five-minute preparation time saved our viewers a heap of stress in the kitchen.
2-ingredient cookies. Enough said. And those two ingredients are good ones – hearty-healthy oats and protein-rich peanut butter.
This slow-cooker chicken chili is super easy to prepare in the morning and then your slow cooker takes over! Another bonus -- it won’t derail your diet plans because it’s all good for you.
Coming in second, Sunny takes figure-friendly lettuce cups to the next level with this fun and healthy make-your-own takeout recipe. Case in point: The recipe required no cooking at all. Dinner made easy -- what more could you want?
And at number one, we have a recipe you will be whipping up for many parties to come. Sunny has her ex-boyfriend to thank for inspiring this dip, which turns a childhood favorite into a slow-cooker delight. This recipe will bring out the kid in you again, and allows for a variety of dipping options -- everything from marshmallows to donuts.
Did your favorite Sunny recipe make the list? Tell us in the comments below!