As 2015 reaches its end I thought it would be fun to share with you my top 10 recipes of the last 12 months. These are the recipes which have been visited most over the past year. Lots of these have been shared by you, my lovely readers to whom I am very grateful – without you there would be no Munchies & Munchkins. Its also interesting for me to me to see which posts have been loved and recreated by my varied audience and its not always the posts I would expect..although this year I kind of knew my Chocolate Salted Caramel Cake would be in there somewhere.
Without further reminiscing from me lets start with number 10 and work backwards:
Smothered Chicken is a classic British dish whenever you go for pub grub. Easy to recreate at home and super tasty.
This was a post commissioned by Baileys and probably one of my favourite sweet recipes of the year.
This was adapted from a rock bun recipe I made with my mum when I was fairly young and it was great fun to make these with Izzy.
This post is nearly 3 years old yet still one of my most popular, the photos are terrible but the casserole really is comforting and delicious.
This recipe took the internet by storm this year and it was one that I recreated from a recipe online. Easy and well…Nutella – need I say more?
A recipe born out of leftover hot cross buns, this could easily be adapted to use any fruit loaf or pannetone.
I have a bit of a thing for salted caramel and there is always a jar of it on the go in our house. This cake was my most shared post from 2015 and my favourite.
When it comes to chicken I’m a thigh girl, always more succulent than breasts and in this sticky BBQ glaze they taste divine.
Sorry..yet another salted caramel recipe. I made this ham for Christmas 2014 and again this year. Its by far the best ham recipe I have ever made and its been loved by my readers and friends who have recreated it.
And now for number 1, a recipe I never imagined would be so popular. A suet pudding made in the slow cooker. Stodgy and old school but I love it and so do you apparently!
Hope you enjoyed reading about my recipes and will join me again in 2016 for many more…