Another year has come and gone! Time to round up the most clicked and baked recipes of 2019 😊
As with previous year-in-review posts, a few of 2018’s most popular recipes have crept onto 2019’s list, including the top spot. There are some new “faces” too, of course, and each one has earned its spot in the, um…pantheon?…of your favorite E2 Bakes recipes because—make no mistake—this list has been curated by you. I’ll be posting a list of *my* favorite recipes of the past year later this week before returning to regular blogging next Wednesday.
Whether you’re new to my little blog or you’ve been with me from the beginning, thanks for being a part of this community. I wish you all a happy, healthy, joyful 2020 with lots of sweets and treats!10. Pumpkin Oat Dog Treats
These easy, food processor-friendly dog treats have been a hit with every canine who has tried them! Made with good and good-for-pups ingredients like oats, pumpkin purée, natural peanut butter and coconut oil, these are a fun way to let your dog friends know you love them.9. Toasted Oat Graham Crackers
I made these vegan gluten-free oat grahams to accommodate a friend on a trip to Maine a couple of years ago, and I’m so happy they’ve become popular with so many of you! I know at least one reader has used this dough as a crust for her pumpkin pie. I haven’t tried that specifically, but used her idea as inspiration for this year’s Oatmeal Pie Crust.8. Cornmeal Biscuits
Cornmeal Biscuits are the best of two worlds. If you can’t decide between cornbread and buttermilk biscuits, don’t fret—you can have them both! And if you’re feeling kicky, you can add pimento cheese flavors and make the best BLT of your life.7. Maple Layer Cake
This cake made an appearance on last year’s list, and I’m so happy to see it again. It’s got four tender layers, three doses of pure maple syrup, and a crunchy sugar topping you’ll love. Maple is most popular in the fall, but it’s actually a spring flavor, so I hope you’ll make this sooner than later.6. Pumpkin Pie with Toasted Pecan Crust
Another favorite from last year, I actually prefer this vegan gluten-free take on Pumpkin Pie to the butter-crusted custard-based original.5. French Apple Cake
There are a million French Apple Cake recipes out there, but this one is mine. It’s got tons of apples, buttery batter and a golden top that you won’t be able to resist!4. Pineapple Upside-Down Cake
I am crazy for this delicious and deliciously-easy Pineapple Upside-Down Cake! It’s made with plenty of brown sugar and pineapple juice, and has that beautiful caramel mosaic upside-down topping that we all know and love.3. Coconut Custard Pie
Coconut Custard Pie is the wintry sister of Coconut Cream Pie. They’re both made with a lot of the same ingredients, but this one’s filling is baked until toasty instead of cooked on the stovetop.2. Chocolate Macaroon Tart
This was one of the big surprises of the year. I had no plans to make this tart until I was actively making it, and it’s now a favorite of yours and mine! I can see why—how often do you find a dessert that’s five ingredients, grain- and egg-free, is basically a giant coconut macaroon filled with chocolate, and is dead easy?!1. Silky Smooth Sweet Potato Pie
The pie that was #2 last year has taken the top spot! Super smooth, beautiful and loaded with two pounds of sweet potatoes, I hope this recipe will find its way onto your tables for years to come.
Have you made any of these recipes? What was your favorite E2 Bakes recipe this year? Let me know in the comments or on social media!