My Favorite Posts of 2012

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Let’s recap 2012 with my favorite posts from each month:

JanuaryChocolate Marshmallow Cake - It’s moist, sweet, and pretty.
 FebruaryThin Mint Stuffed Chocolate Cookies - Girl scout cookies inside of a cookie!
MarchCinnamon Rolls with Vanilla Cream Glaze - My labor of love. Cinnamon rolls that actually turned out legit.
April: Meatball Sandwiches - A little savory for the sweet year.
May: Pumpkin Gingerbread Biscotti - My first time on the blog making biscotti. It turned out great!
June:  Caramel Pecan Bars - Just don’t tell your dentist.
July: Easy Turtle Brownies - I’m a sucker for turtle anything.
August: Cinnamon Baked French Toast - The most popular post this year with you guys. Prep the night before, throw it into the oven the next morning.
September: Chocolate Chip Lava Cookies - Decadent goodness. 
October: Banana Streusel Coffee Cake with Salted Caramel Glaze - Apparently this was the year for caramel.
November: Pumpkin Pie French Toast - This was the most verbally talked about post. When people saw me, they were the ones to bring up this pumpkin french toast.
December: Thick and Chewy Chocolate Chip Bars - Something simple, and always a crowd pleaser.
Honorable mentions for 2012:
Double Glazed Baked Funfetti Donuts - You can’t have a countdown without some sprinkles.
Caramelitas - I didn’t even know what this was until I made it.
Blueberry Banana Baked Oatmeal - A little bit of healthy.

Pumpkin Scones - Again, it’s something that I don’t normally make, but it turned out great.

Mini Pumpkin Donuts - More please!

Almond Snowballs - For some reason, I just adore this cookie. Maybe because it’s something I’m not used to? Crumbly, hard (er), and not as sweet.
What was your favorite post of 2012? 
I hope you’ll all stick around for 2013! I know many of you have already left after you finished your holiday baking, but if you ever decide to come back around, I’ll be right here. I do bake year round, you know. :)

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