Top Recipes of 2011

Okay, since this is New years week, I thought it would be fun to review last year’s top recipes… and when I say the top recipes, I really only mean this is just what I loved the most… I picked them for no other reason but that.


I hope you try out the recipes! And I will admit, after looking through them I am a bit hungry!  Here are the post, in no particular order:



Easy microwaved Pudding Cake!



Individual Chocolate Torte Recipe

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Fabulous Garlic Hummus Recipe


Cheesy Spinach Stuffed Mushrooms


Fresh Pea Soup ( I promise, pea soup can be totally delish!)


Easy Baked Potato Soup

(p.s. the last time I made this I steamed a bag of frozen cauliflower, pureed it and added it in, you couldn’t even tell!  But it was a little healthier!)


Café Rio Beef Tacos / Brisket Tacos

Easy baked Fish 20 minutes

Light Easy Baked Fish (20 minute recipe!)

Hamburger and grape tomatoe pizza by martha

Hamburger and Grape Tomato Pizza!  SO GOOD!


Black Bean and Chocolate Cake!

Alost good for you, meaning you should eat this first, and dinner second!


Chocolate Pecan Pie!

(I should have never found this recipe, so easy –  so amazing!)

Featured Image recipe cards available on Etsy.

Okay everyone, what have you been cooking?  I would love to see your favorite recipe for the year 2011?   You may link up to 3 recipes.  if you are willing to share that you are linking to this party on your post that would be appreciated!

Happy New Year!

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Cassity Kmetzsch started Remodelaholic after graduating from Utah State University with a degree in Interior Design. Remodelaholic is the place to share her love for knocking out walls, and building everything back up again to not only add function but beauty to her home. Together with her husband Justin, they have remodeled 6 homes and are working on a seventh. She is a mother of four amazing girls. Making a house a home is her favorite hobby.

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  1. I like to add cauliflower to my mashed potatoes, and rutebaga and parsnips to my potato soup. It’s not really hidden, because I tell the boys, but it’s a nice way to get a bit more nutritional oomph to some favorites. I have to try the spinach stuffed mushrooms. Thanks for sharing and for hosting this recipe swap each week.

  2. Thanks for the link up party what a great round up. I have discovered the humble pea soup this year as well, both chilled and hot it is such an underestimated little vegetable!

  3. Pea Soup is a cold-weather staple in my family :o) So are lentil soup and cheesy potato and bacon soup. We never grow tired of these favorites because fortunately winter in Florida is short!