Add Some Butter is three years old: five of the year’s best recipes!

I can’t believe I kept at this for three whole years. It’s insane! I’m actually quite proud of myself (I feel I can say that here – this is my safe place). Let’s hope I can keep going for a bit longer. 😀

The past year I bombarded you with breakfast recipes in the form of granola (homemade really is best), soup recipes to cover you for those cold days and I shared with you my newfound love for vegetarian cuisine.

There is however one thing that stands out when I look back at this year, and that is the start of our Cookbook Club. It is such a fun activity: cooking, laughing, eating and generally just having an amazing time. I would like to urge you to start a Cookbook Club in your community and let me know what you are up to.

Thank you to everyone who stops by my blog every now and then. 😀

Here are five of my favourite recipes of the past year:

Chicken and sweet potato harissa pot pie 1Chicken and Sweet Potato Harissa Pot Pies

Dhal1My Version of Indian Dhal

lamb and prune tagine 2Lamb and Prune Tagine

melon and honey ice cream 3Melon and Honey Ice Cream

no bake milk chocolate treats 1No Bake Milk Chocolate Treats

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10 thoughts on “Add Some Butter is three years old: five of the year’s best recipes!

  1. Congratulations. I think my best recipe is the chicken pot pie. I left out the harissa as my family does not do hot, can’t even wave the packet over the pot. They seem to know.

  2. Wow!! It’s amazing how time flies! **Happy 3rd birthday!**
    It was always a pleasure reading your Blog for the past three years.

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