Top 2010 Warm Vanilla Sugar Recipes

2010 has been a great year. I graduated university, went to Europe for two months, and got my own apartment (that I share with my boyfriend and our kitty). Also, I started this blog. I started it simply because I wanted an easy way to share my recipes with friends and family, and somehow amazing readers like you have found me! Thank you so much for your comments this year. It’s been a blast :)

Here are my favorite recipes from 2010:

Five: Reese’s Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Cake. I made this for my boyfriend for his birthday, and we ended up eating the whole thing within two days!

Four: Strawberry Banana Muffins. My favorite muffin recipe.

Three: Chocolate Chip Cookies. My favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe (the secret is the browned butter).

Two: Canadian Butter Tarts. A Canadian staple that tastes like heaven.

One: Butterscotch Pie. My Nanny’s recipe that has been my absolute favorite dessert since way before I could ever bake myself.

Happy 2011 Everyone!

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Comments

  1. All of these top recipe posts are making me very hungry! Your list looks fantastic!! Happy New Year!

  2. The peanut butter cake looks like a slice of heaven!

  3. Great recipe roundup! That butterscotch pie looks especially good to me right now. Happy New Year to you!!

  4. I’m torn between the Reese’s cake and the butter tarts. Amazing!

  5. I’ve gotta try that Reese’s cake! I think my husband and I would polish it off under 24 hours!

  6. I’m drooling. Happy New Year!

  7. These all look incredible!! Looks like you had a great year!

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