Top 2012 Recipes

Thanks for an amazing year!!!  I have loved exploring new things in the kitchen and in the blogging world this year.  I look forward to continued improvement and exploration in healthy cooking.  According to all my readers, Facebook fans, and Pinterest re-pins, here are my top 2012 recipes.

Top 2012 Recipes from Amanda's Apron

1. Pumpkin Pancakes with Candied Pecans

Pumpkin Pancakes + Candied Pecans by Amanda's Apron

2. Coconut White Hot Chocolate

Coconut White Hot Chocolate Recipe by Amanda's Apron

3. Hot Apple Cider {from scratch}

Apple Cider from Scratch by Amanda's Apron

4. Stir Fry

Veggie Stir fry from Amanda's Apron

5. Triple Chocolate Cranberry Cookies

Triple Chocolate Cranberry Cookie Recipe by Amanda's Apron

6. Haricot Verts with Toasted Walnuts

Overnight French Toast Stick Casserole

We attended a Christmas brunch this past weekend and my husband requested I make French toast. I figured French toast sticks would be easiest for the brunch buffet. Thus, these lovelies were created!

French Toast for a crowd | Amanda's Apron

Knowing there would be about 15 people there, I went to my friend Google to figure out how to make French toast for a crowd. I have been eating French toast for a couple decades now, but my world was significantly expanded in this Google search.  French Toast Casserole?!  I had never heard of such a thing!  And I grew up with a lot of siblings so casseroles were part of our weekly diet.  What a fantastic discovery!

Triple Berry Syrup Recipes {+ free printable}

Breakfast is one of my favorite meals.  I’ll be posting a great breakfast recipe on Christmas Eve that can be made at night and just popped into the oven on Christmas morning and these berry syrups accompany it perfectly!

Triple Berry Syrup recipes by Amanda's Apron

Each recipe for the three berries is slightly different from each other, but only slightly.  I love that they are only four ingredients each!  No icky preservatives or chemicals to be found in these delightful syrups.  They’re perfect for pouring over pancakes, French toast, or waffles!  These berry syrups are also perfect for drizzling over oatmeal, yogurt, or ice cream.  Come to think of it, these syrups would be delicious stirred into milk or hot chocolate!

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The Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap 2012


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