Top 10 recipes of 2013
As 2013 comes to a close, I would like to give you the top 10 recipes of 2013. They are compiled by the traffic that each individual page gets. Meaning how many people visited that page.
To start off this list I was not surprised that this one topped the list. This has always been my all time most visited page ever.
In number two is a wonderful bundt cake I made for my Bundtamonth club. It is bittersweet because the Bundtamonth club has disbanded.
Fortunately for me, some of those same bloggers will start the New Year with Bundt Bakers. Same bundts just a different name.
This beautiful potato cake rounds out number three. I used a mandolin to cut the potato into very thin rounds. Butter helped make it crispy and delicious!
In the spot for number four is my Peanut Butter Fudge. It is easy to make so I guess that is why it is so popular.
This Napa Chicken Salad sandwich is a copy cat recipe from Panera Bread. I loved their Chicken Salad, but was unsure of how to make it. This comes really close to the real thing. No wonder it is in the top 1o favorites.
This versatile cookie good for just about every get together you can think of. Not only is it easy it sure is tasty.
These pull apart yeast rolls my mama makes all the time. They are not hard, just the wait for the rise of the dough takes a bit of time. The end result is well worth it.
These no bake cookies are yummy and easy to make. Heck you don’t even have to heat up your oven.
These party meatballs can’t be beat. In fact I didn’t get a decent picture of them. Perhaps in 2014 I will revisit this recipe and get a decent picture.
To round out the last of the recipes in 2013 is the Tomato Pie. I love to make this in the summer when tomatoes are ripe. I do not use hot-house tomatoes in this recipe no sir. Grow a garden or find a friend who will share a few of those homegrown variety. You will be glad you did.
So there you have it the top 10 recipes for 2013. I cant wait to see what 2014 has in store for us.
Peace be with you,