December 31, 2013

Best of 2013

Pin It This is the time of year when TV news shows and newspapers have stories that highlight the year in review.  With that in mind, I thought I'd count down the top 10 most viewed recipes I posted during 2013. Some of the top 10 came as a surprise, but none more than the recipe that took the number one spot.  I almost didn't post the recipe because I was afraid it wouldn't appeal to many people.  I'm glad this old family favorite was a hit with my readers!  

10.  Strawberry Delight Cake:  A cake recipe that doesn't require any baking!  It doesn't get much easier than that!

Margaret's Morsels | Strawberry Delight Cake


9.  Peanut Butter Fudge:  If you think you can't make candy, think again! There's no cooking involved, unless softening ingredients in a microwave counts as cooking!

Margaret's Morsels | Peanut Butter Fudge


8.  Carrot Cake:  This cake takes some time to make, but it's worth the effort!  Unlike most carrot cake recipes, this one doesn't use pineapple.

Margaret's Morsels | Carrot Cake


7.  Chocolate Dream Pie:  A chocoholics dream.  A pie that only uses four ingredients and half of them are chocolate!  

Margaret's Morsels | Chocolate Dream Pie


6.  Chicken Parmesan:  This version is baked not fried.  It's also kid friendly, delicious and ready in under an hour!

Margaret's Morsels | Chicken Parmesan


5.  Salisbury Steak:  A tasty one dish recipe that turns ground beef from ho hum to wow!

Margaret's Morsels | Salisbury Steak


4.  Cherry Pie Filling Salad:  This versatile dish can be served as a salad or dessert.  It can also be frozen in paper baking cups for a cold treat on a hot summer day!

Margaret's Morsels | Cherry Pie Filling Salad


3. Unfried Refried Beans:  These beans look and taste like refried beans, but there's a twist.  They're not fried at all!

Margaret's Morsels | Unfried Refried Beans


2.  Eggs Benedict Casserole:  You don't have to poach a single egg to make this version of Eggs Benedict.  With this recipe, it's easy to make brunch for a bunch!

Margaret's Morsels | Eggs Benedict Casserole


1.  Loaf Cake:  This unfrosted, made from scratch, plain pound cake made with my grandmother's recipe was the most popular recipe I posted this year.  It's an oldie, but goodie!

Margaret's Morsels | Loaf Cake


As 2013 draws to a close, I want to thank everyone for reading Margaret's Morsels.  I especially appreciate the comments, emails and feedback. This interaction is what makes sharing the recipes worthwhile!  This year was challenging on several levels and I wasn't able to post as frequently as I wanted.  Hopefully, I'll be sharing a lot more recipes in 2014.  My husband gave me a 35mm camera with lenses and some other blogging necessities for Christmas, so I have some things in mind for Margaret's Morsels in 2014.  In the meantime, 
HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM MY KITCHEN TO YOURS!!!!!

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