#1. The most viewed recipe on my blog, by far, was these yummy Mint Chip Sugar Cookies. I loved these and I’m glad all of you like them too! The really do melt in your mouth and the mint chips are irresistible!
http://www.littledairyontheprairie.com/mint-chip-sugar-cookies/ #2. This is my favorite stand by when I need a dessert…FAST! I can whip these up in my sleep and it doesn’t matter where I take them, they are always a hit! http://www.littledairyontheprairie.com/soda-cracker-candy/ #3. I really do enjoy eating veggies! But, when I can eat my veggies and it tastes like candy! Now that is a good day! These are beautiful on a Thanksgiving dinner or next to a Christmas prime rib. I’m guessing they will show up as a side kick to my Easter Ham too! http://www.littledairyontheprairie.com/maple-glazed-carrots/ #4. Okay fellow soup lovers, this one is for you! I had been playing with several soup recipes trying to copy a favorite restaurant soup. Ding, ding!! This is it. Incredibly creamy with little bits of fresh tomato and onion! This is my idea of soup heaven!! http://www.littledairyontheprairie.com/fresh-creamy-tomato-soup/ #5. Most of my recipes must be easy to make and made with ingredients that I, know what are and have on hand. These Salted Nut Rolls took just minutes to throw together and I had everything I needed in my pantry. Since it was Halloween time when I made these I turned some of them into Scarecrow Bars! So cute! http://www.littledairyontheprairie.com/salted-nut-roll-bars/ #6. To die for! Finger foods are one of my favorites! This dip is a lot cheesy and a little spicy! http://www.littledairyontheprairie.com/fiesta-corn-dip/ #7. When you live an hour from the grocery store you learn to make something out of what you have in your refrigerator. This recipe was invented out of the “this is what I have” situation. Now I buy ingredients when I am in town to make these. I could eat it at least once a week! http://www.littledairyontheprairie.com/philly-cheese-steak-quesadilla/ #8. My mom has been making this mix for year! I started making it and bringing it along when we go to the mountains to cut down our Christmas trees! It’s another quick and easy treat to make that I can’t be left alone with. http://www.littledairyontheprairie.com/winter-wonderland-chex-mix/ #9. Breakfast is one of those meals I could eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Especially if I can make it ahead and bake it right before it’s time to eat. Pumpkin and cream cheese sandwiched between to crusty pieces of french bread, now that’s what a fall breakfast should be. Not to mention the freshly whipped cream and optional, but tasty, warm maple syrup! http://www.littledairyontheprairie.com/baked-pumpkin-french-toast/ #10. This salad is a winner! Like most of my recipes it has very few ingredients and takes just minutes to throw together. Juicy grapes, creamy yogurt dressing and a crunchy brown sugar topping make this a picnic crowd pleaser! http://www.littledairyontheprairie.com/grape-salad-with-greek-yogurt/ I’m excited for a New Year and all the possibilities it holds! Thanks for letting me be a little part of your life as I have shared my love of food, family and farming! Happy New Year!!