In June I revamped a food blog I started a year earlier, and created what is now the kbaked.com you see today. Blogging has not only been a fun outlet for me, but helped me find my voice and has given me a place to stretch and push myself because we all know how much I hate not having “real” homework right now.
It’s also been a way for me to share my recipes and ideas, which has been fun. As a side note, you may or may not have noticed that I’ve transitioned from vegetarianism to mostly-veganisms for a variety of reasons, a large part of which has to do with long-standing digestive health issues. I plan to write a full post on this soon, but thanks for staying tuned with me through this; I feel SO MUCH BETTER now. Anyways, I plan to keep posting a variety of recipes with different options for different dietary restrictions, vegan, vegetarian, and/or gluten-free, etc.
I can’t go any further without saying a big thanks to all my readers for visiting! I love every single comment and share and appreciate you all!
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Today I look back and reflect on the past year [read: I am procrastinating a bunch of stuff I really should be doing]. Anyways, I’ve seen a lot of bloggers I follow do a round-up of recipes that were the most popular in the past year. Since I’ve never done a recipe round-up myself, I thought this could be fun. So here we have it. The Top 10 most popular recipes according to my statistics pages (based on pageviews) vs. my favorite posts form the past year. Enjoy !
Top 10 According to Stats:
One of my first recipes on kbaked.com. I originally made it for my sister’s bridal shower…#tear #nostologia. An example of an oldie, but a goodie. 😉
Easy. Delicious. Cute.
Fall all rolled up without the junk.
I never posted this recipe on Facebook or Instagram or twitter. But for some reason, it still gets lots of hits. Might be the wtf factor. Who knows?
Yummy, cute, and easy for the win, once again.
*~*make it like your birthday everrryyydayyyyy*~*
My favorite restaurant’s chef cooking demo recap. I have Beyond Sushi to thank for re-blogging this.
As featured on Today.com’s food website !
My Favorites [in No Particular Order !]
These were really fun to make and look oh, so wonderful if I do say so myself. They also tasted like a dream. I still have two in my freezer. Sometimes I save a few of my prettier baked goods and freeze them. I usually don’t actually eat them. I just admire them, like art work. Is that weird? Anyways the rest of them were f**cking delicious.
Because I love a hybrid and these were SO GOOD. And now I want to make them again.
This pie changed me. And it is oh so easy to make.
A moment of need-for-something-comforting-and-kiddie-like as I made a very difficult transition out of my dream apartment
Essentially a perfect, colorful, filling, tasty lunch.
Because these are truly light and fluffy and delicious.
Incredible, earthy pockets of joy.
So pretty. SO TASTEY. Literally eat this regularly still. Not just good for Christmas !
Because this is a daily ritual I never plan to give up. #lovehotchocolate
Still a favorite; definitely a game-changer and go-to party food for me. Everyone loves it and it’s easy to pull together!
So there’s my round-up. I hope you enjoyed it. Thank you again to every single reader for every single view, comment, feedback, or share. Blogging is a really weird thing to start, and it’s very nerve wracking at first, but thanks to my nice readers I’ve kept going and am really enjoying the ride!
Happy 2015 ! 🙂