Tomorrow is the start of 2014. It’s completely crazy to me that we’re already here, but it seems like time flying is becoming the norm in my life. It’s been a rough year for us, so I’m hoping that 2014 brings better news. At least it’s a fresh, new start.
I want to thank y’all for reading this blog. Next month will be my 6 year blogiversary, and I’m thankful for each and every one of you who take the time out of your day to read this blog. Your comments, tweets, etc. make my day, and I’m excited to share more with you guys in 2014.
Here’s the list of the top 10 most popular recipe posts of 2013:
These cookies are a favorite of mine. I’m a sucker for Reese’s, and these cookies are just SO good!
I started challenging myself to use cake decorating tips more often this year, and these were just so fun. You could make these for the 4th of July or hey, if you’re looking for something to make tomorrow, these would be perfect for the New Year, as well!
One of my favorite new appliances this year has been our pressure cooker. Meats that you cook low and slow are no big deal in this cooker. It’s so much quicker than a crock-pot or conventional cooking in the oven!
I make this protein shake all the time. It seriously tastes like a milkshake, and is such a treat before/after a work-out!
I think I’m going to have to make this before the fall again. Oh man…this was insanely good!
Pudding in frosting? Oh yeah…this fluffs up beautifully, and while it doesn’t taste like conventional buttercream, it certainly has has won me over for a new type of frosting to make!
Boozy cupcakes….there’s nothing wrong with boozy cupcakes.
Since we just came back from our cruise, I’m itching to make these again. I miss that warm chocolate melting cake so much! This tastes JUST like the cake from the cruise ship!
I was pleasantly surprised by these cookies. They baked up perfectly, and really tasted just like red velvet!
This was a quick favorite of y’all’s! The most popular recipe of 2013, and it was just posted in November! I love that you don’t need a cookie press for this…a large piping bag and a large star tip — that’s it! These are just so tasty. I can’t keep them in my kitchen whenever I make them, or I’ll just snack on them like crazy.
In case you want to see what was popular in past years, check out my top recipe posts:
Thanks again for a wonderful year, and I hope you enjoy the start of the new year surrounding by the ones you love!