I know I say this every year, but holy smokes…how is it already the end of December!? Are the holidays really over? *whimper*
So, it’s that time again to reveal what my wonderful readers deemed their favorite (or at least most viewed) recipes for 2012. Tomorrow I’ll show you what mine were!
#10 Chilled Nutella Latte - not at all surprised this made the cut, considering all you coffee and Nutella fiends out there. And let’s be honest…this is really more like a dessert drink. Which is why I love it!
#9 Caramel Apple Grapes – these are awesome. With the flavor of a caramel apple, bite size, and on a stick. Everything is better on a stick. Just ask my kids.
#8 (Make Ahead) Pumpkin French Toast Casserole – prep it the night before and it’s ready for the oven in the morning. Ridiculously easy. And if you’re anything like me who clears the stores out of pumpkin puree in the Fall, then you can make it all year long.
#7 Chocolate Acorns – these hit the roof before Thanksgiving! Duh. But with only 4 ingredients and the ability to make as many or as few as you’d like, I think they are too cute and easy not to make all the time.
#6 Dill Pickle Dip – oh yes. YES. Any dill pickle fan will love this dip. It is frequently requested and made often at my house.
#5 Mini Cinnamon Rolls – these. are. fantastic. Seriously, how can you ever go wrong with brown sugar and cinnamon? Ready in 25 minutes, I make them often. I think my kids dream about them.
#4 Cookie Dough Dip – made this for Superbowl…gone in minutes. Made it again for Memorial Day…gone in minutes. Made it again for Labor Day…gone in minutes. See where I’m going with this? Uh huh. I feel ya.
#3 Baked Chicken Taquitos – flavorful creamy inside, crunchy exterior with a hint of salt. They’re delicious! You don’t even miss that they’re not fried. And they freeze well…I always make a double batch to have on hand for nights when I’m exhausted. Oh, wait…that’s every night!
#2 Crock Pot Mongolian Beef - slightly tangy and spicy, and the meat is tender…I understand why this was so popular. It’s become a standard over at my house.
#1 Crock Pot Honey Sesame Chicken – sweet shredded chicken thighs with red pepper flakes, sesame seeds, and chopped scallions that give it a perfect balance of flavor. And the rice absorbs all that great sauce. Swoon!
Whether you’re visiting for the 1st time, or you are a regular reader, thanks for stopping by my little corner of the Blogosphere. I appreciate you all so much!