20 Best Stonesoup Recipes of 2018

You may not know this, but I have a separate website for my customers.

I love it because it has all my recipes from all my books, courses, and the blog on the one easy to search site.

I also love the list of the most popular recipes in the side bar.

These are the recipes that people have added to their favourites the most.

So since we’re about to enter a new year, I thought it would be fun to share the most popular recipes from 2018…

20 Best Stonesoup Recipes of 2018

  1. Cabbage ‘Lasagna’ (Low Carb)
  2. Magic Sausage & Cabbage Supper
  3. Cashew & Cauliflower Mash
  4. Darya’s Egg Fried Cabbage
  5. Zucchini & Chicken Pad Thai
  6. Cheesey Tuna & Spinach Bake
  7. Chicken Satay Curry
  8. Smoky Roast Mushroom Bowls
  9. One Pot Chicken & Broccoli with Peanut & Lime Sauce
  10. Little Almond Breads
  11. Fast Roast Fish with Miso Mayo
  12. Broccoli Hummus with Spicy Sausage
  13. No-Bake Chocolate Cherry ‘Cake’
  14. Spiced Roast Chicken & Cauliflower with Tahini Dressing
  15. Aubergine with Chickpeas
  16. Cabbage ‘Carbonara’
  17. Stick Blender Mayo
  18. Lovely Lentils
  19. Sausage & Macadamia Stuffing Loaf
  20. Fermented Vegetables


NOTE: The recipes that don’t include links are available on the paid site.

What about you?

Do you have any favourite recipes from Stonesoup this year?

I’d love to hear about them in the comments below.

It’s always so nice to know if someone has been cooking from my blog.

Have fun in the kitchen!

With love,
Jules x



  • I tried Magical Burger Buns the other night and OMG are they fabulous! Thank you so much for that recipe!

  • So it isn’t from this year but Oh my Goodness the fudge! The three ingredient fudge! It’s become my favourite thing to take to office morning teas because most people can eat it. it always gets compliments.

  • Amazing Jules. I love the passion and creativity that you put in to each and every recipe. Inspiring people to go back to delicious, wholesome and natural foods that foster family and community is a public service action in my eyes! :) Thank you!

  • I recently tried the magic sausage with cabbage supper, and really enjoyed it. It is both simple and tasty. I will be making it regularly now (the original magic sausage supper has been one of my go to recipes for quite some time).

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