Sharing recipes is one of my favorite aspects of blogging, these were the top 10 recipes of 2016. They are shared in alphabetical order not in the order of popularity!
Top 10 Recipes of 2016
I love making appetizers using the frozen miniature phyllo tart shells. They come together in no time at all and make such a nice presentation. These little appetizers are always a hit every time I serve them!
These Buttermilk Pancakes are an all time favorite in our family; I don’t think you can beat these. I don’t make them as often as I did when we had children under our roof but occasionally I will surprise my husband with his favorite breakfast.
Butternut Squash Soup is another family favorite. This delicious soup has curry in it as well as leeks. I usually grow both leeks and butternut squash in my garden so this is a perfect soup to use up some of my garden harvest. In just a short amount of time you can enjoy a bowl of this soup. I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we do!
This Baked Cauliflower Cream has been served at just about every Thanksgiving meal I can remember. The first time it was served there were numerous requests for the recipe. Since then no matter what part of the family is getting together this Baked Cauliflower Cream is served. It is that good!
I love appetizers that can be made ahead and just pulled out as the company arrives. This simple recipe makes 4-6 servings depending on appetites!
I love making Homemade Crackers. I’ve tried several recipes before but this recipe is a real winner. My daughter shared this recipe for homemade goldfish crackers over a year ago. She is very good about cooking from scratch and making sure she knows exactly what her children are eating. These crackers are perfect for snacking or enjoying with a glass of wine. No matter how you enjoy them I can guarantee they won’t last long! They also are easy to make and you can whip up a batch in no time.
This salad is easy to make and the blend of colors, shapes and textures makes this salad appealing to everyone.
I was first given the recipe for Morning Glory Muffins from my husband’s grandmother. They were rich and delicious. Morning Glory Muffins are full of all kinds of fruits and vegetables and resulted in a wonderful muffin. This recipe, from King Arthur Flour, is a little healthier using coconut oil and whole wheat but the end result is as equally delicious as I remember!
Perhaps when you think of nachos you think of oozing cheese and lots of calories, but you can enjoy nachos and not have all the fat and calories! This is a quick snack or we often eat it for dinner. If you have left overs the next days the bean–corn mixture is wonderful added to a salad!
This recipe would be wonderful with blueberries or even regular strawberries but I use it each year to make our delicious Wild Strawberry Spice Muffin
I would have a hard time trying to decide which of these recipes was my favorite one. Have you tried any of these top recipes? Which was your favorite?