Top 10 Recipes of 2012
Now that 2012 is over, I’m counting down the top ten most popular recipes from 2012. If you haven’t given them a try yet, now is the time!
10 – Superhero Savory Pan-Fried Mochi
If you’re looking for an easy, delicious snack that travels well, try it. It’s so great, and you can make it quickly at home. It’s Bear’s favorite food! This is recipe is a twist on the version in my book (pg. 237).
9 – Vegan S’Mores
Of course the s’mores you may have had around the campfire as kids weren’t vegan, but it’s pretty easy to make a kind version of this treat. 8 – Apple Pie Pancakes
This recipe came from Isa Chandra of Post Punk Kitchen. They look like a nice treat for brunch!
7 – Seaweed Salad
I forgot about this salad, but I used to make it all the time and I made it again recently. It’s so delicious and ridiculously simple. 6 – BBQ Tempeh Sandwiches Topped With Multi-Colored Slaw
I got this BBQ sandwich recipe from PETA. Steph from The Kind Life Web Team team tried it and said it was amazing.
5 – Black Bean Fritters
This recipe came to us from Kind Lifer FoodnFriends. Bread crumbs, black beans and yummy fried goodness! 4 – Sweet Potato Tempeh Burgers
This burger recipe was from the sweet kind lifers Lindsay and Steven’s blog Kiss Me I’m Vegan and it looks like a great one to try for a casual Sunday dinner.
3 – Sweet Potato Tater Tots With Chipotle Aioli
This dish came from the blog Vegan Yack Attack. You could make these as a snack or bring them to your next potluck. I haven’t tried them yet, but they look interesting and tasty! 2 – Frozen Strawberry Lemon Cheesecake
Kind lifer Stephanie posted this recipe for a frozen strawberry lemon cheesecake and it looks delicious…so pretty and fresh-looking! The original recipe called for raw honey, but I’ve substituted agave in this version.
1 – Naughty, Flirty Cookie Dough Truffles
Ok these cookie dough truffles by Chef Chloe look pretty insane. I want one right now! Super naughty flirty treat.
If you’ve tried any of these recipes, tell me how they turned out!
What was your favorite new recipe you tried in 2012?
Tell me in the comments below.