Thank you for a wonderful year. 2011 was a fun year for CTF. Here are the twenty most popular posts on our blog this year.
Coconut Milk Yogurt I suspected this post would be the most popular. I’ve received more raves and reviews and positive feedback from this recipe than anything else that has appeared on the blog.
Why I No Longer Soak My Beans This post generated many comments and continues to be a very popular post.
Kefired Lemonade: Cheap, Sneaky Nutrition For Your Kids My kid’s favorite drink, I’m not surprised it was high on the list. Your children will love this one.
Fermented French Fries My favorite fried food.
KerryAnn’s Journey to Health My own personal story of loosing my health and regaining it.
Kid Happy Breakfasts: Banana Tacos A fun breakfast for children.
Dairy-Free Ranch Dressing I believe my children would eat an old tire if I smeared it with this dressing.
Crock-Pot Pumpkin Pudding My favorite fall dessert.
Fall One-Week Meal Plan I was surprised that this showed up on the top ten since it was published so late in the year.
Homemade Vapor Rub This one surprised me as it was a non-food recipe.
Peanut Butter Bean Fudge Sneaky veggies are ALWAYS popular with moms. The difference is that this dessert is also popular with the kids, too.
Three-Minute Ice Cream This post surprised me as it was only posted in November. This is my quick go-to recipe when the kids want a treat, but we won’t tell them that it’s just bananas with a little cocoa powder or peanut butter and no other sweetener or ingredients. They think it’s amazingly good.
How to Make Sourdough Starter Sourdough is always a great choice for baked goods.
Crock-Pot Swedish Meatballs A tasty alternative to slaving over the stove to make meatballs.
Quick Pan-Seared Chicken Thighs One of my go-to meals when I’ve got chicken thawed and I need a meal that doesn’t require much hands-on time.
Nut Butter Cups My favorite afternoon snack.
Heal Your Gut: Easy Pate This pate is so good, my kids eat it without question. I’ve had friends report this recipe was a big hit at parties.
Chocolate Donuts A grain-free donut your kids will think is a great, but it’s made with lots of quality fat, eggs and coconut flour. It’s a win!
Chia Seed Lemonade A fast drink to get chia seeds into your kids.
Black Bean Brownies Another bean-based dessert your kids will like and you’ll feel good about.
Thank you for joining me in 2011. 2012 is going to be a great year!
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