Sunday, December 30, 2012

Top Recipes of 2012


With the New Year rapidly approaching, it’s time to look back on 2012 and see just what your favorite recipes were.  Here are the top ten for the year, in descending order.  You can click on the name of each to revisit them.
 
Happy New Year, see you in 2013!

A fun project for me, and I imagine fun for you and any kids that you may be entertaining.  The cookie stamp works on any type of heavier dough sugar cookie, and made a nice impression on ginger cookies as well.

Absolutely the BEST brownies I have ever tasted.  This is my new go to recipe.

A truly delicious, easy-to-make, bakery-quality cake.

A flavorful and delicious way to welcome fall.

One of the most versatile recipes I’ve made.  The variety will please ever eater in your family.

I dream about these sometimes, they are that good.  Delicious and easy makes these almost the perfect cookie.

So much fun to make, incredibly easy to mold, I’ll be adding more of these wooden cookie molds to my collection after the first of the year.

My son was quite chuffed to know that one of the recipes he contributed to my blog this year made the top ten.  These are delicious, refreshing, easy to make, and absolutely beautiful.

A spicy way to welcome even the frostiest morning, these are the most flavorful scones I think I’ve ever tasted.  Serve them with maple butter.

A fun experiment, and so much cheaper than buying it.  Candied ginger is a great item to have on hand.

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5 comments:

Daphne Bryson said...

Good Afternoon Pattie, It is lovely to see the recipes which were most popular....I think the Creole Brownies have won me over...I love anything with chocolate and I have to say, it is always my downfall. I am eating healthily at the moment, but I'm sure in February I will have a chocolate moment, and will definitely be baking these brownies. Happy New Year to you and best wishes, Daphne

Sarah said...

Thanks for sharing your top recipes. Everything looks delicious. Happy New Year......Sarah

The Tablescaper said...

I'm impressed you could narrow it down to 10.

Great to have you be a part of Seasonal Sundays.

Happy New Year!

- The Tablescaper

Life Images by Jill said...

Thank you for sharing your recipes. I will have to book-mark and come back and visit again soon.
Wishing you and yours a wonderful 2013. I am linking up to you through Mosaic Monday. It seems lots have looked back on their year today with pictures, including me! It was such a fun thing to do.

A Garden of Threads said...

Yum Yum!! Have a wonderful New Year.