It seems everyone is sharing their top recipes of 2013 right now, so since I’m in full-on pajama day/house-cleaning/putting away Christmas gift mode and not cooking a heck of a lot, I thought I’d share mine, too!
Round-up of Seasons and Suppers most popular recipes of 2013.
I hit up analytics to get some numbers and establish the most viewed/visited recipes here at Seasons and Suppers. I limited it to recipes that were published in 2013, although a couple of older ones, still make the most popular list.
A quick look at the list tells me one thing – everyone loves sweets. In fact, there are only three savory items on this list (although they are this years #1, #2 and #3!). So without further adieu, here are this year’s top 10 Seasons and Suppers recipes …
1. Creamy Asparagus and Aged Cheddar Bake
[pinit] I have to confess, the popularity of this one caught me off-guard. I think I called it a “hot mess” in the recipe description! What it lacks in neat looks though, it makes up for in taste. A great dish when a little creamy cheese is needed on the dinner plate.
2. Perfect Creamy Macaroni and Cheese
3. Soft Cheese Bread: Two Ways
[pinit] I know a lot of readers who have tried this bread, because many of them wrote me to tell me how good it is. And it is. It’s a recipe that has become a staple in my household and is so adaptable to different variations (like the Jalapeno Popper Cheese Bread I made a few months ago.)
4. Cannoli Cream Puffs
5. Warm Lemon Pudding Cakes
6. Cinnamon Crunch Bread Pudding
[pinit] I never thought of myself as a huge bread pudding person, but this one totally changed my mind. It was delicious and the Creme Anglaise sauce complemented it in a way that made it especially memorable.
7. Apple Crumble
[pinit] This dessert was such a pleasant surprise. Made from just a couple of apples and things I usually have around, it’s a great one for baking up any time of year. Perfect for family treats or entertaining. Delicious and easy. Another keeper I’ll make often.