I have lots of yummy things to share with you soon, but I’ve taken the last week off from blogging to spend some wonderful time with my family. For now, I thought I’d share this little recap for you of the most loved recipes from 2013. A few of my favorites (like this, and this) didn’t make the cut, but really, everything you are getting on this little piece of the web is something I make over and over again, or else I wouldn’t share it with you!
Thanks for sharing this past year with me. For those of you that read my ramblings, I am more grateful than you could ever know.
Buttery cookies with a touch of cinnamon. These tender cookies mimic puff pastry, without the labor intensiveness!
One of my most favorite appetizers everrrrr. You just can’t beat hot and bubbly goat cheese.
I love scones, and this is one of my favorite variations. Gingerbread for breakfast!
I guest posted this recipe on my bff’s blog, and it has been one of her most popular posts as well…for good reason. This salad takes a bit of time, but you can prep it in steps, and it is SO worth it.
One of my husband’s favorites…he kindly “suggests” that I make these again and again. And the butter is cut in half!
A southern staple. Gotta try it.
A recipe inspired by the sweet, tangy, super unadorned salad at one of our favorite fried chicken spots. It’s incredibly easy, and so, so tasty. My little boy loves it!
One of the prettiest things I’ve ever made I think. Fresh fruit thrown together with some wine…such a fun summer drink. You can leave out the wine in a glass or two and serve some in a special glass to your kids…they’ll think it’s the coolest thing ever!
One of the biggest revelations for me this year, truly. You can have a healthy dessert that tastes AWESOME. This is a recipe I will go back to again and again.
I fell in love with Chicago style pizza last year, and became completely obsessed with this recipe when we determined that is a darn near perfect imitation. And made at home. Just flat out delicious.
Did any of your favorites make the list? Anything that was left off? I would love to hear what recipes you graciously brought into your homes and shared with your families and friends this year!
Wishing you all a joyous, blessed 2014. Thank you again for sharing this year with me.