2012 has been an amazing year. Looking back over the year it has been wonderful and I feel so very blessed by all of you who take the time out of your busy lives to share my passion for real foods :) Thank you! I hope that you’ll be around for 2013. Today I wanted to share the 10 most viewed posts from this past year.
This is one of my very favorite smoothies. It combines peanut butter, frozen banana, milk and oats. Not to worry, the oats get finely ground up and you won’t even realize they’re in there. This one tastes like a treat, but is healthy for you!
Planning a vegetable garden can be an overwhelming task. This post outlines some simple ideas for how to make the most of your space, avoid waste and plant what you’ll actually enjoy.
Mix up some chickpeas, olive oil and spices and bake. Roasted chickpeas are so easy to make that it is almost surprising how addictively delicious they are.
This easy to make chocolate magic shell for ice cream comes together in just minutes and only uses 2 ingredients!
No cook coconut balls come together in just a few minutes… no cooking required.
Thick and cream chocolate avocado pudding is loved by all, even those who don’t like avocado. No cooking required. Made in a blender.
Delicious combo of oats, milk yogurt and strawberries. Just put it into a jar in the fridge and in the morning your breakfast is all ready! A hit with kids!
Perfectly crunchy and not a bit soggy. This grain free pizza crust uses coconut flour, mozzarella, flax meal or buckwheat and egg to make a crust that is loved by the whole family.
Tired of being stuck in the same old lunch box rut for yourself or the kids? This post offers a slew of ideas for your lunchtime enjoyment.
How to use your crock pot to make the best refried bean you’ve ever tasted. It is easy and cheap!!
Well, looking back over the most loved posts from this year makes me think that you all must have a really big sweet tooth! I really do share entrees and recipes other than just desserts. :) One of my personal favorites from this year was the overnight baked oatmeal. We liked it so much we made a blueberry version and an apple version.
Hope you all have enjoyed this year! Did you have a favorite recipe from 2012? What would you like to see in the upcoming year?