Top 10 Recipes of 2010 + My Top 10 Favorites! Happy New Year

I want to wish everyone here at Mommy's Kitchen a Happy & Blessed New Year. Thank you all for your love, support, and friendship throughout 2010. I am so lucky to have such loyal and dedicated readers here at Mommy's Kitchen. It has been a wonderful and blessed year!! I can't wait to see what is in store for me in 2011.

As we move into a new year it's always fun to look back and see the favorite recipes from the year before us. So without further delay here is the Top 10 Most Popular Recipes at Mommy's Kitchen for 2010. I have also listed my favorite recipes from 2010 as well. It was a hard choice but I think I narrowed it down.

#1 Overnight French Toast Casserole
Everyone loves a good overnight casserole especially french toast. This recipe is always a big hit especially around the holidays.

#2 Green Tomato Relish
I found this recipe in Edna Lewis's The Gift of Southern Cooking. Truly one of my favorite cookbooks. Edna is one of the original true southern cook's who inspires me with her life and simplicity for cooking.

The cover alone grabbed my attention. Two friends sitting around a table enjoying a southern meal and the company of each other. That's what it is all about!!!

#3 Rolo Pecan Pretzels
Always a hit in our house so it's no surprise that it is on your favorite list. Something so simple and easy that surprised everyone that tastes it.

#4 Cracker Candy ~ Saltine Toffee
AKA Christmas Crack this one is so addicting.

#5 Overnight Crock Pot Apple Butter
Apple Butter while you sleep. No surprise that it's on the top ten list. This recipe is from my dear friend Christy Jordan and truly is the best apple butter around.

#6 Bread & Butter Pickles
I really love that so many people are starting to can again. Folks are finding out that is it a lot easier than you think. Pickles are always the favorite.

#7 Overnight Crock Pot Steel Cut Oat's
This one never surprises me. For the second year this oatmeal has been on the top 10 most popular recipes at Mommy's Kitchen. It really is the easiest and yummiest way to cook Steel cut oats.

#8 Homemade Oreo Cookies
Divine is all I can say.

#9 Friendship Casserole
A wonderful and yummy dish to share with a friend. So glad everyone is thinking of others.

#10 Old Fashioned Coconut Cream Pie
Goodness how can an old fashioned classic not make the top 10 listing. Coconut Cream Pie & Chocolate are my favorites as well. So hard to choose.

As I sifted through the recipes of 2010 it was so hard to choose just 10 recipes. I managed to do it, so here are my my favorite's from the past year. Maybe a few of them are your favorites too.

Summertime Strawberry Pie, Watermelon Aqua Fresca,
Pumpkin Cake W/Caramel Cider Sauce & Legendary Lion House Rolls

Pasta Carbonara, Dulce De Leche Ice Cream,
Beef & Bean Taco's & Low Country Boil

Trisha's Oven Baked Pork Chops & My Favorite Coconut Cream Cake

You can find all the recipes for most popular top 10 by clicking on the recipe titles above. Happy New Year to everyone.



BumbleBeeLane said…
I'm doing the turtles now.Been wanting to try for awhile.Thanks for sharing! Happy New Year!~Amy
Fabulous Terrah said…
Happy New Year Tina! Cheers to my favorite food Goddess! ♥
Unknown said…
Happy New Year Tina!
Oh my - thanks for "wrapping" it all up for us. They are all devine - now to just find the time to try them! Thanks for sharing your amazing love of cooking with us over the past year! Happy 2011!
Nancy said…
Happy New Year! I see a couple dishes there that I missed and are definitely going to have to try!

The recipes I tried were hits, I remembered quite a few of them. We made those rolo pretzels last year. So good! The lion house rolls were a Thankgiving addition this year. Happy New year!
All of the top 10 of 2010 look so scrumptious. I am writing down quite a few of them to try in 2011!
Yum! Yum! Yum! Thanks for the list of favorites, I have missed many of these, so I am glad to see the links all in one place! Happy New Year!
SnoWhite said…
Thanks for this great recap post!
Life Goes On said…
The overnight french toast is on my list to make.