Top 10 Reader Favorite Recipes in 2014
Top 10 Reader Favorite Recipes in 2014 – A collection of CookingLSL’s most visited recipes.
Hi Friends! I hope you had a great Christmas and are getting ready for the NYE. Yes, the year is almost over and it has been a great one for me! Thanks to some hard work and the strong support of my readers, family and friends.
With the year end, I thought it would be fun to collect the links of my most popular posts from 2014 and share them with you. These are the recipes with the most page views and the ones that I’ve had a lot of people tried and enjoyed.
Thanks for your feedback, comments and suggestions! I hope the new year brings you some positive surprises and you achieve what you’ve dreamed of. I hope it is even better than 2014.
#1. Raw Date and Orange Holiday Truffles – This is a recipe I shared on my blog less than 2 months ago, but it has quickly become my most popular one for 2014. I am planning to introduce some more healthy recipe ideas in 2015.
#2. Sweetened Condensed Milk Butter Cookies – Just 3 ingredients and some chill time involved. These are very easy to make.
#3. Black Bean Spaghetti Recipe – I’m glad I discovered these GF Black bean spaghetti. Although they do not taste like regular pasta, I love experimenting with them in new recipes.
#4. Pumpkin Cake Roll Recipe – This is the first cake roll I ever made, but would like to share some similar recipes in the new year.
#5. Cherry Jam Cream Cheese Pastries – Pinwheel Cookies – These cookies remind me of my childhood and I love how tasty they are.
#6. Cream Cheese Filled Banana Bread With Coconut Oil – Sweet and moist, it is like having a cheesecake layer baked into it. Just make sure you follow the recipe instructions closely and allow extra time for baking.
#7. Tiramisu Cake Roll Recipe – As much as I like Classic Tiramisu, I fell in love with this awesome sponge cake roll. Great flavors, always a winner for a party or just to enjoy with your coffee.
#8. Christmas Tree Chocolate Dipped Cookies – Festive, sweet, great for next year’s Christmas menu.
#9. Vanilla Buttermilk Cupcakes – tender and delicious, vanilla flavored and topped with light whipped cream cream cheese frosting.
#10. Blackened Cod Fish Tacos – Why not take a break from traditional tacos using blackened cod fish?
And again, I can’t tell you how much appreciate your support! It does take a lot of time and energy to run a food blog, but I love doing it!