Jan 022013
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Top Posts and Recipes of 2012

I think everyone takes a look back at the passing year at the start of a new one.  It’s good to see where you’ve been and where you want to go.  In the near future I’ll be sharing some of my 2013 goals, but right now, as I look back on 2012, I wanted to share with you our Top 5 Views and Top 5 Recipes in case you missed any of them!

These are the five posts that were visited the most often last year.

2013 Top 5 Posts and Top 5 Recipes

Top 5 Posts of 2012

Spring Cleaning Ideas

Birthday Party Suggestions

Free Printable Activity Sheets From Disney/Pixar’s BRAVE

DIY Felt Christmas Tree Activity for Kids

Spring Cleaning Checklist (Part 1)

And for you foodies, here are the top five recipes from 2012.  Expect to see a lot more this year!

Top 5 Recipes From 2012

Top 5 Recipes of 2012

Scalloped Hasselback Potatoes

Chicken Piccata

Peanut Butter Buckeyes

Pizza Casserole Bake

Red Velvet Cheesecake

Which post or recipe was your favorite from 2012?  What would you like to see more of in 2013?


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About Liza

Liza is a mom (5-year-old daughter, 20-year-old stepson, and 24-year-old stepdaughter) and wife living in Louisville. She loves spending time with her family, visiting the local zoo and parks, as well as planning travel adventures. Cooking and baking, DIY projects and crafts, and coffee - lots and lots of coffee - round out some of her other hobbies.

  25 Responses to “Our Top Views And Recipes From 2012”

  1. I made the Buckeyes for Christmas and everyone went nuts over them :)

  2. I absolutely love felt for the wee ones. We used a lot of felt when my daughter was smaller and I kind of can’t wait to bring back the simplicity when this little babe is borned.

    My daughter loves all things pizza so I pinned that casserole. :)

    • The casserole is really good – if you make it, let me know how you like it!

      I’m hoping to find more felt activities for Bubbles to work on this spring. I guess I should take a peek on Pinterest!

    • Let me know how you like the casserole if you get a chance to make it! :)

      And if you make the felt tree for your new little one, please share that, too! I love to hear how everyone’s experiences turn out.

  3. I would love more recipes…especially slow cooker ones if you have any. I am addicted to my slow cooker!

  4. Isn’t it great to look back over the year and see what has been successful and what wasn’t? It looks like you have lots to look forward to in 2013, as well!

  5. OhmyHECK – that cheesecake looks seriously amazing!!

    And I love these round ups – it’s fun to see what everyone’s most popular posts were of the year, so I can see cool stuff I might have missed :)

    • The cheesecake takes a little bit of time but it is SO worth it. It’s really yummy :) I make it for Valentine’s, Christmas, and a couple special occasions each year.

  6. I’ll have to come back and check out the spring cleaning post. I have to get some of these toys out of the boys’ play room :) Great job last year!

  7. Nice post!! I need to look at my top posts now!! Thanks!

  8. I love looking at Top Posts! It’s so fun to look back and see any I might have missed. I made the Buckeyes as treats for my son’s teachers. They were a hit!

  9. LOVE that felt Christmas Tree!

    • Thanks, Heather! She played with it for hours. We may even bring it out during the year now and then, since she tells us she wants the Christmas tree back every couple of days!

  10. My favorite recipe was the Pizza Casserole Bake. Would love to see more crock pot recipes in 2013 :)

    • Thanks, Betsy! We plan to do more slow cooker stuff this year, so I’ll have more to share! In fact, in just the next few days I’ll be sharing one for a yummy minestrone made in the crock pot :)

  11. More slow cooker recipes for me. Loved the felt tree.

  12. Oh I wish I’d seen your Christmas tree post before Christmas. Have pinned this for this year!

  13. Top recipes? That is so awesome. Love cooking creativity

  14. My favorite recipe is the red velvet cheesecake

  15. Love these types of posts – I love seeing what everyone else loves! 😉 I really, really need to do the felt Christmas tree next year. My daughter would have loved it!

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