Monday, December 30, 2013

Top 13 Recipes of 2013 from my blog!

As this year ends, I look back and think "what a year to be proud of!"  I did publish my very own, very FIRST cookbook! (I said first, because there WILL be more!)  I'm proud I've managed to juggle being a mom, wife, blogger, author, public speaker, food demonstrator and full-time teacher. 
I'm also proud to be in the best shape of my life!
I'm proud to say my blog reaches over 32,000 individuals EVERY week!

Not only am I proud, but I'm extremely grateful as well.  I have reviewed almost 50 different products/serviced over this past year!  Reviews take a lot of time and effort....just as much or more as a recipe.
I'm grateful that despite publishing a cookbook in 6 months time, I managed to come up with the inspiration to publish 27 more original recipes here on my blog.  

I'm grateful to all of you, who have stuck by my side, encouraging me and never complaining about my lack of posts.  I'm grateful to have loyal "fans" and supporters who spread the word about my blog for me, show up at book signings, purchase my cookbook, email me words of praise and encouragement, comment on my blog posts to let me know how recipes turn out, etc.  I could not do this without all of YOU!


From the bottom of my heart!  I'm eternally grateful for ALL of you!

Now, on to the TOP 13 Recipes of 2013 (And they're all GLUTEN-FREE!)

13. Pumpkin Chili                                      

12. White Bean and Chicken Chili           

11. Greek Pasta Salad with Chicken           

10. Healthy Chocolate Chocolate Chip    
      Cookie Dough

9. Vodka Sauce                                              

5. Hawaiian Shredded Pork                       

4. Super Healthy Cabbage Soup                

3. Fall Harvest Soup                                               

2. Buffalo Chicken Meatballs                    

1. Slow Cooker Chex Mix                          

There you have it folks, the TOP 13 Recipes of 2013!  It's been a good year!  I can't WAIT to see what next year brings!
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