Top 10 Recipes of 2010

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It’s always fun to look back and see what the most visited recipes were for the past year. And since I’ve done a round up each year…
Ten best recipes of 2009
Ten best recipes of 2008
2007: best salads, best breads, best soups, best cookies & bars, best side dishes

…I’ll do one this year too! Here are favorites (as indicated by page views and comments for the past year):

#10:

Twix Bar Cheesecake Pie: My son’s pie… a 1st place winner in a pie contest this year. He is very happy to have made the top 10 list, but wonders why it’s not #1, of course!

#9

How to Make Chicken Stock: It’s so easy to do, and I’m happy to see that so many people respond to it. When you make it yourself, it’s the good stuff!

#8:

Candy Bar- Cookie Bars
: For fans for the chocolate-peanut butter mix and oatmeal cookies. I guess there are a lot of them.

#7:

Banana- Walnut Chocolate Chip Cookies
: Finally a banana cookie that is more like a cookie than cake. Love these.

#6:

Tequila-Lime Shrimp Tacos with Chipotle Cream: I created this recipe for a magazine, and I am entirely proud of how it turned out. Shrimp Tacos are excellent all on their own, but that Chipotle Cream Sauce makes them over-the-top good!

#5:

Healthy Chocolate Cake: Nice to see that a low fat, low sugar dessert made the list, eh? I made this one for my Father-in-Law’s birthday- it’s low fat and low sugar, and it’s good choice for diabetics. My family all thought it was pretty darn good.

#4:

Deep, Dark Chocolate Brownies: Extra-moist and very, very chocolatey. For chocolate lovers.

#3:

Sea Glass Jello:  Inspired by our summer hunts for sea glass on New England beaches, I made this pretty, handheld dessert last summer.  It prompted excited emails from sea glass lovers everywhere!

#2:

Peanut Butter- Chocolate Swirl Cookies
: Based off of an old Christmas cookie that my Mom frequently makes, I created this delicious combination. It’s a personal favorite of mine.

#1:

Lemon Truffle Cake: I made this one for Easter, but apparently folks think it’s good any time of year. It’s the most visited 2010 recipe!

Recipes can be found by clicking on recipe titles above.

Other 2010 favorite recipe round-ups on the blogs that you might enjoy browsing:
Two Peas and Their Pod
Panini Happy
The Nifty Foodie
Very Culinary Blog
Never Enough Thyme
Post College Cook
Bellalimento
Baked by Rachel
Melecotte
Jonesing For
Simple Bites
Love & Olive Oil
Family Bites
Multiply Delicious
Celiac Teen
Evil Shenanigans
The Little Kitchen

Lori Lange of Recipe Girl

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  • Leslie Green wrote:

    What a delicious round up.
    Happy New Year to you

  • Karina wrote:

    You temptress, you. So gorgeous. Have a lovely New Year, Lori! xox Karina

  • Cookin’ Canuck wrote:

    Wow, what a list of recipes! That Twix cheesecake pie looks evil – in a very good way. Happy New Year’s, Lori!

  • Heather wrote:

    Wow! Amazing round-up Lori! So many recipes I have on my list to try now. The Shrimp Taco’s are on the top of the list. They sound delicious.
    Happy New Year to you! So happy we could meet in 2010! Hope to see you in 2011.

  • marla wrote:

    I don’t know how I missed that Sea Glass Jello. It is gorgeous!! I must go stumble some of these awesome recipes right now so they can get some more love. Happy New Year friend 😉 XO

  • Jan @ Family Bites wrote:

    That sea glass jello is so fun! What a fab idea. Thanks for including my 2010 list.

  • Chris wrote:

    So many great recipes. I wish my sea glass jelly looked as fabulous as yours! And, the candy bar cookies? *swoon*.

    Thanks for sharing my link! 🙂 Happy New Year!

  • VeggieGirl wrote:

    All the chocolatey ones are my tops favorites, but I love EVERY recipe of yours! 🙂

    Happy New Year!

  • Lisa @ Dishes of Mrs. Fish wrote:

    What a great compilation! It all looks delicious!

  • the actor’s diet wrote:

    seaglass jello is GORGEOUS!

  • bellini wrote:

    It all looks like something I’d love to try in the New year. Enjoy Lori!!

  • Pattyann wrote:

    Oh yumm. Now, I just need more time to try them all!!

  • maria wrote:

    Fabulous recipes and great photos too! Happy New Year Lori!

  • Amy wrote:

    I would devour every single one of those. I can see why they’re so popular. Thanks for the mention! Happy New Year, Lori.

  • Courtney wrote:

    Gosh all these round ups are making me hungry! 🙂 Great recipes as usual 🙂

  • Lauren @ KeepItSweet wrote:

    Just looking at the pictures has me wanting to eat some dessert…

  • Rachel wrote:

    Thanks for sharing my link 🙂 Love your brownies – they’re totally calling to me.

  • Barbara Bakes wrote:

    It all looks delicious! That lemon cake would be number one in my book too!

  • Cherine wrote:

    Happy new year 🙂

  • Paula – bell’aliment wrote:

    It’s always fun to see what the readers top picks are! I think they chose well ; ) Thanks for including mine Lori! Happy New Year to you xoxo