Top 10 Recipes of 2013

Top Recipes of 2013 from The Baking Beauties

What a year 2013 has been! I hope you’ve been enjoying all the gluten-free recipes that I shared this past year. I’m going to share the Top 10 Recipes of 2013, as determined by you. I’m going to share a few of my favourite recipes as well.

 

Gluten Free Pumpkin Roll Cake | The Baking Beauties10. Gluten Free Pumpkin Roll Cake

 

Creamy Gluten and Dairy Free Tomato Soup | The Baking Beauties9. Gluten and Dairy Free Creamy Tomato Soup

 

Gluten Free Bread Stuffing | The Baking Beauties8. Gluten Free Bread Stuffing

 

Gluten Free Strawberry Shortcake | The Baking Beauties7. Gluten Free Classic Strawberry Shortcakes

 

Gluten Free Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp | The Baking Beauties6. Gluten Free Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp

 

Gluten Free Perogi | The Baking Beauties5. Gluten Free Perogi (Just like Grandma’s)

 

Gluten Free Gingerbread Pumpkin Bars | The Baking Beauties4. Gluten Free Gingerbread Pumpkin Bars

 

40+ Gluten Free Cookies for Santa FREE E-book | The Baking Beauties3. 40+ Gluten Free Cookies FREE e-book

 

Gluten Free Whipped Shortbread | The Baking Beauties2. Gluten Free Whipped Shortbread

 

Gluten Free Cut-Out Gingerbread Cookies | The Baking BeautiesAnd the most viewed recipe of 2013 is…
1. Gluten Free Cut-Out Gingerbread Cookies

 

Now, in no particular order, a few of my favourite recipes from the past year. It’s so hard to pick!

 Gluten Free Lemon Pound Cake | The Baking BeautiesGluten Free Lemon Pound Cake

 

Gluten Free Dutch Oven Cheddar and Beer Bread | The Baking BeautiesGluten Free Dutch Oven Cheddar and Beer Bread

 

Frozen Raspberry Lemonade | The Baking BeautiesFrozen Raspberry Lemonade

 

Caprese Pasta Salad | The Baking BeautiesCaprese Pasta Salad

 

Crispy Gluten Free Onion Rings | The Baking BeautiesCrispy Gluten Free Onion Rings

 

Gluten Free Pizza Muffins | The Baking BeautiesGluten Free Pizza Muffins

 

Gluten Free Vanilla Bundt Cake | The Baking BeautiesGluten Free Vanilla Bundt Cake

 

Gluten Free Gingerbread Cake with Chocolate and Coffee | The Baking BeautiesGluten Free Gingerbread Cake with Chocolate and Coffee

 

 Gluten Free Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls | The Baking BeautiesGluten Free Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls

 

How to Correct Your Gluten Free Cookie Crisis | The Baking BeautiesHow to Correct Your Gluten Free Cookie Crisis

 

Now, what will 2014 bring? Any requests? Let me know what you miss most, and I’ll see what I can do to re-create it without the gluten.

Comments

  1. says

    This is a great round-up of recipes Jeanine! I have most of these pinned already, and several printed off to try, namely those pizza muffins, the frozen raspberry lemonade, and the lemon pound cake. I wish we were neighbors so we could share all of our favorites with each other year-round! :)

  2. Wild Child says

    You and I must think (and eat) a lot a like. My favorites from your blog matched your favorites list, although I must admit to pinning almost every recipe from both lists. Deliciousness all the way around. Have a safe and happy new year Jeanine!

  3. Tamar Lundeen says

    Will be trying the pumpkin gingerbread bars on friends soon. I have discovered a new squash to use to replace some old faves. I thought nothing would top butternut but tried a buttercup this year-OH MY! So thick it hardly dropped off the spoon and sweeter than butternut and the texture was like silk. Can’t wait to use it in this recipe. Will save butternut for soup.

  4. Tamar Lundeen says

    OOPS! Forgot to mention what I miss. Old fashioned gravy, with sausage for biscuits and gravy. It is so hard to replicate that flavor without the flour. Starches just don’t cut it. Also, pillow soft dinner rolls, the kind that make you forget there exists other food on the table. (Can you tell I am salivating just thinking about this?!!!) We have a dinner party coming up the end of january with soup as the theme and would love to make rolls to go with. LOL my husband would laugh that I just said go with, he is from Minnesota. I used to asked him to finish his sentences when he said go with. I’d say, go with what, where, who…..? Thank you for asking and for concidering this. Should be easy for you to do, you are clever.

    • says

      Ha, I completely understood “go with”, maybe because Minnesota’s not that far from here. 😉 Seems soft buns are at the top of everyone’s list, that could be a challenge. I do like a challenge though. 😀

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