Good Afternoon and happy Christmas Eve!!
I know you’re probably all super busy cooking, baking, getting ready for family visits etc, but today I’m bringing you the top 10 reader favourites from Annie’s Noms this year!
It’s been a crazy year and I couldn’t have got through it without you guys! So, thank you and I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas! I’ll be back with new recipes next week, but until then HAPPY CHRISTMAS!
It was so fun looking back over all the posts of this year, you kind of forget when you’re firing out 2-3 recipes a week – it feels nice to have a look over the year and be like “Oooh I remember now, those were amazing!”
To be honest, everything I share with you tastes amazing, because there would be no point sharing disgusting things with you! But, the “problem” with being a Food Blogger is that you rarely make the same thing twice!
I mean, some people may not see this as a problem, I don’t, but sometimes OH is like “PLEASE, can we have this again?!”
Well, I’ll point him to this round-up and if he’s extra good then I might make him one of these again!!
SOOOOO, without further ado, the MOST popular recipe of the WHOLE year (with some thanks to Buzzfeed) is these Cinnamon Roll Twists.
Genius, I know. 20 minutes, puff pastry, like a cinnamon roll only you don’t have to spend hours making them – oh and you can dip them into cream cheese. Life changing.
And now onto numbers 2-10. It was lovely to see a mix of recipes from Summer as it’s currently blowing a gale outside and that wind is ICY. Apparently we have a windy, ridiculously wet Christmas coming our way, so that will be fun…
These recipes are making me crave Summer berries and tropical fruits. Yes, I know we can get them year round, but it’s just not the same. I may eat raspberries all winter, but it’s a lot nicer when it’s warm outside and they’re at their best!
So, there we have it! The top 10 of 2014! If I were to try and choose my favourites, I honestly couldn’t, so I’m rather glad I have a lovely group of reader’s who do that for me!
Here’s to 2015 – let’s hope it’s a wonderful year for all of us!