Here is a list of your favorite recipes of 2014 from Good Dinner Mom.
First and foremost, I want to thank each and every one of you for visiting me here at Good Dinner Mom during 2014 and I look forward to cooking with you even more in the new year. Thanks for posting your thoughts and ideas and for trying some of my recipes. Especially thank you for telling me that some of them have become your new favorites. I’m truly honored.
And speaking of favorites, here are the most viewed recipes of 2014:
Coming in at number 4 –
This soup takes a little effort but it is well worth it. Your house will smell amazing and the first taste of this soup may very well confirm my claim that it’s the BEST French Onion Soup recipe.
3rd most viewed is –
The comments on this post speak for themselves, and these cream puffs with their story have been “famous” in my family for years. When I recently served them to a friend who is a discerning cook in her own right, she literally licked the extra filling off the plate.
The runner up –
When my 12-year old son (who typically HATES cheese) wouldn’t let me share my first batch of Cheese Bombs with our neighbors, I had an inkling the rest of you might like them too. Served with Sriracha Mayo or carmalized onions, these super soft, flavorful cheese bombs are great as a side with soup, or all by themselves as a star-appetizer.
And Good Dinner Mom’s 2014 NUMBER ONE RECIPE is…
This is no surprise. Whether you’re Meat-lover, Vegetarian, Vegan or just a lover of any food with great flavor and texture, you will LOVE these! Easy to pull together at the last-minute and certainly a different approach to eating cauliflower. If you haven’t tried them yet, be sure to treat yourself.
Thanks again to all of you for your help and support. Happy New Year and here’s to a great 2015 for us all.