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The Most Searched Recipes on Yahoo in 2015

most-searched-2015It’s finally here: Yahoo’s annual Year in Review, where they take a look back at the top stories and trends based on Yahoo’s daily search habits from millions of people. This is the fourteenth year of Yahoo’s Year in Review and it continues to shine a light on the top stories and most viral trends of the year.
If you were to look back at 2015,  what do you think the most searched cocktail would be? Dessert recipes? Recipe? Considering the huge success of Mad Men, it’s no surprise that Don Draper’s go-to drink, the Old Fashioned, made the number one spot for top searched cocktails. As for the top recipe and dessert … well, I’m kind of surprised. Take a look!
Top Searched Cocktail Recipess on Yahoo:

  1. Old fashioned
  2. Manhattan
  3. Mojito
  4. Moscow mule
  5. Cosmopolitan
  6. Vodka gimlet
  7. Margarita
  8. Sazerac
  9. Sidecar
  10. Bahama mama

Top Searched Dessert Recipes on Yahoo:

  1. Banana bread
  2. Chocolate chip cookies
  3. Rice Krispie treats
  4. Zucchini bread
  5. Peach cobbler
  6. Cheesecake
  7. Bread pudding
  8. Sugar cookies
  9. Apple crisp
  10. Carrot cake

Top Searched Overall Recipes on Yahoo:

  1. Chicken recipes
  2. Banana bread recipes
  3. Meatloaf recipe
  4. Crock pot recipes
  5. Pork chop recipes
  6. Guacamole recipe
  7. Chili recipes
  8. Salmon recipes
  9. Lasagna recipe
  10. French toast recipes

Note: To develop the Yahoo Year in Review, Yahoo’s editors analyze Yahoo Search queries based on a number of factors, including absolute volume and the growth from previous periods, to see which themes and trends bubble to the surface. Individuals and their Search queries always remain anonymous. Top searched refers to searches with the highest volume. Spiking refers to searches with the greatest change from one year to the next.
Anything surprise you? I was surprised by Sazerac. Am I the only one who has no idea what that is? Erika

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