This post almost didn’t happen because I am enjoying my time off, but I couldn’t resist finishing this dumpster-fire of a year with my annual countdown of the most-clicked recipes on my site. Thank you for all the support and for sharing your excitement for home-baking in 2021! I am looking forward to getting back in the kitchen in 2022, starting with my annual Savory January line-up next week.
These vegan, gluten-free grahams make amazing restriction-friendly s’mores.
This five ingredient tart is on my year-end list for the third time. Super simple and crowd-friendly, as most things filled to the brim with chocolate ganache are.
Orange and cardamom are one of my favorite flavor combinations ever, and twisted up into pastry they’re just *chef’s kiss.*
Move aside banana bread! Banana Snickerdoodles are another spectacular way to use up brown bananas.
Coconut Cream Pie may be queen, but Coconut Custard Pie is coming for her crown.
I am continually shocked and delighted that this pie keeps making the year-end list. It is delicious and wonderful and just left of traditional.
Having just made this recipe again on Christmas Eve, I can confirm that it is *the* best holiday breakfast out there.
This is one of my oldest published recipes, but with plenty of molasses, spice and that rumpled blanket of icing, it’s easy to see why it’s on this list.
I am just as obsessed with these maple icing-filled cookies as everyone else seems to be. If you haven’t tried them, get on it!
I certainly didn’t invent (or reinvent) French Apple Cake, but I make a damn good one. It makes me so happy that so many of you agree. It’s simple and satisfying—the perfect thing to make on New Year’s Day.
Happy New Year, dear readers! If you made any of my recipes this year, let me know in the comments or on social media.