There’s been a lot of good eatin’ in my house this year!
In no particular order, here are my favorite recipes from 2010, starting with the good stuff: DESSERT!
Salted Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies
Butterscotch Chocolate Chip Bars
Chocolate Chip Banana Bread Cookies
Chocolate-Cherry Oatmeal Cookies
Tortilla-Crusted Feta and Broccoli Quiche
Peanut Butter, Apricot & Walnut Sandwiches
Pasta Salad with Tomatoes, Arugula, and Feta
Pizza with Prosciutto, Gorgonzola, and Balsamic-Fig Compote
What are your favorite recipes of 2010?
P.S. Be sure to check out my favorite recipes from 2009 and 2008. There are tons of good ones! 😀
i still have yet to make that incredible quiche…i think i smell a fabulous breakfast coming up!
Yum! All of those recipes look amazing!
Those look delish!
My fav is my northern minestrone soup..perfect and comforting for the winter.
Also this week we made grasshopper brownies. Make brownies as desired. Then stir up a frosting with powdered sugar, a tad of butter and milk. Then add peppermint extract. Color green if desired and slather on top. SO PERFECT!
Great post! You just saved me a couple weeks of meal planning. 😉
These all look amaaaaazing. I’m going to work my way through all of them!
These look GREAT! 🙂
My favorite recipe (of my own) is actually one I came up with last night- Whole Wheat Banana Bread! 🙂
Thanks! This is a great collection of recipes 😀
So fun to see all these recipes in one post. Now I’m craving pancakes – yum! My favorite recipes from this year were all found through blogs – cookies and lots of baked goods and breakfast ideas.
Pumpkin chocolate chip scones suddenly just got bumped to the top of the list of “Must make ASAP!” My favorite recipe this year was probably HowSweetEats.com’s Better-Than-Crack brownies…my family LOVED them!
My favourite dish of the year is
Pureed Rutabaga Dijonaise with Caramelized Onions
Oh wow – I think you should put all of these in a Carrots n Cake 2010 Cookbook! The photos are amazing. Great post Tina!
Whoa, those scones look fantastic!! I hated scones most of my life until the last couple of years. Now the less-sweetness of them appeals to me! 🙂
I’ve just had lunch and all I want to do is eat everything you’ve posted!
p.s your Blog could never EVER be boring! I love it 🙂
p.p.s. I think your perseverance with all your marathon training despite the injuries is hugely inspirational and you should be very very proud of yourself!
Ya gotta love a good look back at the year’s recipes! I love my husband’s veggie soup the best from this past year. It stands out in my mind since I was so sick and it really made me feel better.
You just inspired so many ideas!
Omg these are making me wish i lived at your dinner table 🙂
Everything looks SO GOOD!!!!!
All the sweet stuff..the pb sandwiches, the baked oatmeal ,the cookies and desserts…mmm!
the Edamame Guac too!
it ALL looks fabulous!!! thanks for indulging us w/ the compilation post 🙂
Why does that lentil soup look so good to me at 10:00 a.m.?! It must be chilly where I am…
I want to make that polenta breakfast pizza. Yum!
Ooh, those look good. hard to pick a favorite.
Wherever would we be without blog archives? 🙂
YUM! SO many awesome recipes to try!
Bookmarking – thanks!!
I’ve tried out many of these recipes throughout the year and I can affirm just how delicious they are!
They all look sooo good! This was a bad post to read right around lunchtime 🙂
My favorite recipe so far is that ridiculousssss mac and cheese that you made a few weeks back! Sooo yummy!
it all looks amazing, tina! i didn’t venture out too much this year recipe-wise, most of the stuff i ate at restaurants. probably the best thing i made this year, that was original, was by accident – these yogurt “scones”
Wow thanks for posting these – there are some good lookin meals to try!!
My favorite recipe of 2010 has to be a fresh berry and lemon curd trifle I found on the Food Network site this summer. I have made it twice and it was the most gorgeous, fresh summer dessert ever! 🙂
Just bookmarked that quiche, it looks fantastic!
I make your chocolate chip pumpkin scones all the time! So yummy. 🙂
All your recipes look AMAZING! I’ve bookmarked the baked banana oatmeal 🙂
I made vegan vanilla cupcakes with lemon buttercream last week that I thought were delicious! Excuse the lack of modesty there! 😛
The winter stew is my favorite. Yum-O!
Those all look great! Mine would have to be the chilis Ive made – Fitnessista’s Black Bean Sweet Potato, Anne P’s Lentil Sweet Potato, and Jenna’s Curried Butternut! YUM
Thank you for putting all these up!! I will definitely be trying a few. The winter lentil soup is calling my name. When I’m away at school, I love making a soup like that and then eating it all week. I never get tired of eating the same thing for days. The peanut butter, apricot and walnut sandwich looks delicious too!
Oh everything looks delicious! Especially the pizza! I’ve been dying to try that combination 🙂
Thank you for publishing these! An embarrassment of riches, lol! (Can’t wait for the cookbook!)
I spent a month in the south recently and I could not get enough Key Lime Pie to save my life. I guess I’ve been a deprived west coaster wayyy too long!
Now I’m hungry. I don’t think I could pick just one recipe. Maybe the cake batter bark?
It all looks so fabulous! I went on my honeymoon this year (September) to Italy & Paris so most of my memorable meals would be during my trip: the Pasta Carbonara in Venice, the Gelato in Rome, the Lemon Linguine in Capri, and Paul’s Apple Galette in Paris!! My wedding cupcakes were also pretty fantastic 🙂
P.S. I am new to blogging but have followed you almost from the start of your blog & I’d have to say that you definitely inspired me to create my own blog & now I am in love with it! Please check it out!!
Everything looks delish! I can’t wait to try some of these. For my own recipes, the ones that stand out the most are my Irish Car Bomb Cupcakes and my Serial Killer Dexter Cherry Vanilla Cupcakes!
oh my – what a tasty collection indeed!
Man now I’m so hungry!
My favorite recipe I’ve done is West African Cashew Soup. I need to make it again too because it was so delicious!
That pizza looks epic! I’ve been meaning to try it!
If I ate as well as you every year, I think I’d be a happier girl 😛
i love love LOVE how not one, not two, but THREE of your favorites are pumpkin-inspired. it only further ingrains in everyone’s mind that pumpkin is only like the greatest flavor in all the land.
LOVE the rest of the recipes as well. dont get me wrong. i can appreciate all desserts. im just… shall we say… partial to the pumpkin ones? 🙂
Tina! Got so excited when I saw this list that I made the quishe last night and it was amazing!!!! absolutely loved it! The yogurt gives it a nice consistency plus adds tons of protein!
What a great selection of recipes. All of which are inspiring and looking wonderful. Thank you for sharing your favs for the year and I look forward to what the new year brings.