I hope everyone is having a very happy holiday season! As year winds down, it’s fun to look back at what I shared throughout the year – and today, it’s all about the food! Let’s take a peek this favorite 2014 recipe round-up of some recipes you loved and shared on Pinterest, Facebook and G+. I’m so grateful for each and every sweet comment and share! I’m also adding in a couple of my family’s favorites, too. Perhaps you’ll find a recipe or two that you missed throughout the year and would love to try in 2015!
Winter is off to a very mild start here in Maryland, but I know there’s no way that’s going to last! With chilly days and football play-offs on the horizon, Homemade Chili in Cheesy Crescent Cups is family and party friendly!
Baked Rice Pudding, a recipe from my Nanie archives, is a great comfort dessert! One lovely reader was excited to discover this recipe, which was very much like one her own grandmother used to make and her family didn’t have the recipe. That totally made my day!
We DO love our crab here in my home State – and Broiled Crab Cakes on “Crabby” Biscuits will be a big crowd pleaser any time of the year!
Do you like Clementines? I absolutely love them! Try this bright, delicious Clementine Curd Sauce & Baked French Toast, great for the weekend and for Valentine’s breakfast.
Don’t wait for St. Patrick’s Day to bake up a batch of delicately divine Glazed Irish Breakfast Tea Madeleines – they were a big favorite in 2014!
Inspired by a favorite local version, Chicken Salad in a Red Delicious makes a fun lunch, dinner or snack!
An easy cupcake that starts with boxed mix and gets a crunchy, praline topping, Cinnamon Swirl Cupcakes are for the cinnamon lover!
Decadent Garlic Bread is messy and incredibly awesome! Make a batch to go with your favorite pasta dish or salad!
Drumroll, please! The top four recipes from 2014!
Made from the family recipe of a friend from 1818, Rose Water Almond Macaroons were adjusted for today’s kitchen and turned out to be the most unique, amazing cookie ever!
Easter-egg inspired Caramel Pecan Milkshake Shooters in Chocolate Cups were a big hit!
The two most popular recipes of 2014 were both sweet!
Honey Apple Pie Bowls a la Mode are super easy and let each person have their own personal pie – no sharing needed! 🙂
This wonderful, family cake recipe is so versatile – but Hot Milk Cake with Blackberries and Cream was a 2014 favorite you need to try!
It was fun to take a little walk down food memory lane and now, I’m kind of hungry! Which recipe was YOUR 2014 favorite?
Thanks so much for letting me share this recipe round-up with you! Before the New Year’s Eve festivities on Wednesday, I’ll hope you’ll stop by and we’ll take at a look at some of the best crafty creations we made in 2014, as we get ready to kick off a brand new year of creating together.
Have a wonderful day!
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