Top 10 Recipes of 2011
Stumped for recipe ideas? Why not opt for one of our most popular recipes of 2011? Read on to see which easy recipes our readers couldn’t get enough of last year and find out which recipe was the top of the top for the year.
You can bake this luscious little number in the oven or the slow cooker. Talk about convenient!
Our Food Editor Valerie Howes found out how to whip up this delectable dessert that’s gluten-free and delicious.
Always on the go? This handy breakfast sandwich is a great way to start your day-even when you don’t have time for a leisurely meal.
Try this popular Italian dessert for your next dinner party.
Try these delicious and healthy muffins for a snack that’s as good for you as it is tasty.
This hearty soup tastes really creamy, yet it doesn’t contain any cream. Made with cooked chicken and fresh corn and potatoes, with a garnish of bacon, it’s substantial enough for lunch, served with crusty whole-wheat bread.
Learn how to prepare this delicious breakfast cake in 15 minutes.
Sorrento lemons are very fragrant and juicy, and are grown in the Sorrentine Peninsula of southern Italy. Their taste make them an ideal ingredient for desserts, cocktails and other sweet treats, such as this delicious pie. But regular lemons will do as well.
Compared with most cheesecakes, this version isn’t particularly high in fat, as it uses low-fat cottage cheese instead of the traditional cream cheese, and is lightened by folding in whisked egg whites before baking.
Food Editor, Valerie Howes searches high and low for the best recipes and this was obviously a hit, as the most popular recipe of 2011.