Favorite Recipes of 2011

This has been an exciting year.  I am so happy I launched  Mother Thyme and my only regret is that I didn’t start it sooner.  I am so thankful to the warm reception I have received.  

Last week I shared the Top 5 most viewed recipes on Mother Thyme for 2011.  Many people ask me what are some of my favorite recipes I have featured so far.  As this year winds down and we ring in a New Year I thought it would be fun to share some of my personal favorites out of the 138 recipes I have featured this year.  


Top 10 Favorite Recipes of 2011

A great way to use any extra pie crusts on hand.   Anything with pesto is fantastic in my book and the combination of ingredients and flavors make this Tomato Pizza Pie a hit!

Simple and addicting!  

This wouldn’t be a Top recipe list of 2011 for me if I didn’t feature a smoothie recipe (or two).  I drink smoothies on a regular basis and this one is all the flavors of black forest cake all blended in one delicious smoothie.

A delicious scone recipe with a hint of almond that is perfect to enjoy with a cup of tea.  These freeze well too!  

These are a chocolate lovers cupcakes.  They are rich and delicious and perfect with a tall glass of milk.  I haven’t made these since this recipe was featured but these would be the perfect cupcake for a certain someones birthday next week!

Nothing beats fresh corn in the summer and this perfect corn salad that is delicious for a summer picnic. 

This recipe was adapted from Closet Cooking and it is addicting!  I  have made this several times and its delicious every time.

A Sunday (or any day) favorite!  We make these often and freeze these to enjoy during the week.  

This recipe was adapted from Baked Bree and since I made this recipe I have made many batches using this recipe.  It is simple, delicious and has been my go to Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe.  

I featured this back in August and it is simply delicious.  The recipe was featured as Steak Fettuccine with Roasted Red Pepper Alfredo Sauce but take the steak and pasta out of the equation and this sauce is perfect to toss with any kind of pasta.

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