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Here’s a list of my top 5 favorite recipes I’ve posted this year. I really wanted to do a top 10 of 2010, but I didn’t feel that was being selective enough since I lagged most of the year and only shared 23 recipes. These are favorites because they’re gluten-free, delicious, and easy to make or worth the effort. If they’re somewhat healthier that also counts to their advantage.

Narrowing it down to 10 was no problem, and picking out my top 4 was easy enough, but I really struggled with number 5. I couldn’t decide between Chocolate Torte Dressed in Berries, Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Cookies, or Gluten-Free Shortbread. I finally settled on the peanut butter cookies, since they’re so easy to make and can be considered somewhat healthy. Also, the dough can double as a pie crust.

I really liked the Mini Lemon Tarts I made last week, even if nobody else did. They are a bit time consuming to make if you use a mini muffin pan, but that just means they’re more of a special occasion type treat as opposed to a snack to keep on hand. I think they’ll get better as I make them more and figure out why my filling didn’t set up. I’m putting them in at number 4 since I thought they were yummy, and I see potential for playing around with different fillings.

Number 3 would have to be the Chocolate Raspberry Truffle Tarts. Again, these require a bit of time and effort, but they are so delicious.

The blueberry pieI made (several times) is my second favorite. I love the almond crust, and just thinking about the filling is making my mouth water. I’m looking forward to next summer now.

My top favorite recipe for 2010 is the Fresh Peach Cobbler. By far. This was a recipe I just kept making while there was an endless supply of Farmers Market peaches.

My top 5 favorite recipes for this year:

 
 

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