From savoury pancakes to healthy Jamie Oliver dishes, what the British public was hungry for in 2015 has been revealed.
As part of its annual 'Year in Search' - a comprehensive look at the country's most popular search terms - Google analysed the most common recipes typed into its search engine.
Top of the list was Telegraph columnist and health food blogger Ella Woodward, aka Deliciously Ella, whose first cookbook became the bestselling book on Amazon this year.
Her wholesome dishes - which are gluten-free, dairy-free and refined sugar-free - were more popular than the baking recipes of Great British Bake Off judge Mary Berry, who appeared in fourth place.
It was clearly a year for healthy eating: the other names on the list were Amelia Freer, a professional nutritionist who also specialises in healthy food, at Number Six, and Jamie Oliver, whose "superfood" recipes from his latest book appeared in ninth place.
Thankfully, the British public still clearly craves the occasional dose of comfort food. Pancakes and spaghetti bolognese were the second and third most searched-for recipe respectively, while carrot cake took the tenth spot.
And most happily of all, spiralizers didn't appear anywhere.
Google's Most Searched Recipes in 2015
- Deliciously Ella recipes
- Pancakes recipe
- Spaghetti bolognese recipe
- Mary Berry recipes
- Eat well for less recipes
- Amelia Freer recipes
- Beef bourguignon recipe
- Savoury pancakes
- Jamie Oliver superfoods
- Carrot cake recipes