Happy New Year!
What good luck superstitious things do you do to ring in the new year?
We like to eat Chinese food and hold money in our hands as the countdown begins.
I complied a list of the top recipes, chosen by you, not me.
These are what my google stats say you clicked on most.
The number one has been, number one for the last two years: coconut truffles.
I love that you love coconut as much as I do. These little cuties got a lot of hits, a lot!
Another savory favorite over the years: cheesy artichoke bread.
What a serious flavor combo, and it's very easy to make.
Blackberry-cream cheese crumb cake made the top 5.
This is made with blackberry coulis, and I promise you, it is so worth the extra time.
One heavenly, decadent crumb cake.
My obsession with cloning some of the best cookies in the world continues on.
The Levain Bakery chocolate chip cookie clone made it to the top 10 of your favorites.
The cake filled peanut butter cups was voted one of your favorite photos of all time.
IN fact, I use this photo as my logo. I think the photo pretty much describes what this blog is all about:
creative recipes & unique eats.
The salted nutella cookie bars were posted a mere couple weeks ago, but they got enough hits to warrant them in the top 15 most popular posts of 2013.
Brownie bundt stuffed with coconut cream cheese.
When I decided to take brownie batter, put it in a bundt to see if it would well, "bundt"?
I also stuffed it with a coconut-cream cheese filling because it needed something extra.
This bundt was the most popular bundt I've ever made.
Homemade cheesy tater tots! I think we all know why these made the top list.
I need to make these again and show you the step-by-step instructions, since I know a lot of
you might be put off by the deep frying aspect, but truly it's very easy.
Crispy, buttery, sweet and tangy: lemon crunch bars.
My infamous tomato pie. I made this in 2009 and it still continues to be in the top 10 of all
time favorites. Have you made it?
I also made a hand pie version using pre-made pie crusts!
Quarter pound mint stuffed cookies! Yes a quarter pound cookie (aka a cookie meal).
Pumpkin oreo's. Kind of glad something-pumpkin made the list, as I make a lot of pumpkin recipes.
Banana-sour cream ice cream made with pudding! Super easy.
Pretty much one-bowl easy AND no cook!
Chocolate cupcakes with cookie butter crunchies. Seriously? These were heavenly.
Don't they look cute? And I used some of the batter to make mini loaves. Great as gifts.
And lastly, one of my favorites homemade snowball cakes, just like you remember as a kid only
better because there are no chemicals.
Happy New Year kids!
Happy New Year!