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  1. Hannah

    No-bake Anzac Truffles shall be my next effort. Its like you’ve suddenly shown me a way I can justify my favourite thing ever – eating raw Anzac biscuit mix – and still seem like a grown up. Of course, that only matters some of the time anyway…

    I’ve been wondering about your strong vegan, gluten free, dairy free bent. Will a gluten/dairy enthusiast such as myself notice much of a difference if I try out some of your recipes?

  2. Sarah

    I made your Vegan no bake cherry truffles. I did use cranberries though but followed the recipe otherwise. They were the queen of yummy!!

    I’m making the raw anzac ones next.

    Enjoy you 2012:)

  3. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Darling Spay Lady, 2011 will always be the year that we finally got to meet and discover how many oddball things we had in common! For that, amongst other things, I’ll always remember 2011 very fondly 🙂

  4. chocolatesuze

    happy new year hannah! may 2012 be even more awesome!

  5. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    All the very best for 2012 my dear!!!!

    And what a delicious buffet it would be if all these yummy treats were featured!

  6. Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table

    I love the 2011 recap recipes! They are filling my bookmarks… and I’ve just bookmarked all of these!

    Thank you so much for providing all of the inspiration you have on 2011. I am so thankful for having found your blog and can’t wait to see what you come up with in 2012. Happy New Year!!!

  7. Lou

    Hurrah! Happy NYE! mmmmmmm I want every single one of those delicious sweetie treaties right now. I’m too lazy to cook though, so cereal it is. Have fun tonight (I’m going to bed, I’m so boring these days and sleep is far too precious! Ha)

  8. Kate

    Queen of Balls, eh? I’d say you just earned yourself a new nickname 🙂

  9. leaf (the indolent cook)

    So many sweet treats! Can’t say I’m surprised though. 😉 Hope you have a great dessert-filled day and more to come in 2012! 😀

  10. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    I like this round up very much – in part because it reminds me of the deliciousness of the recipes I’ve made, and in part because it reminds me of the recipes I haven’t yet made but want to. Soon Kari, soon!

    Happy New Year darling Hannah, and may 2012 be the year in which learning to trust yourself takes you to even more spectacular and enjoyable heights 🙂

  11. ck

    Once I saw ‘Our Granola’ 😉 was NUMERO UNO (well, okay, listed first, in the list), I did not need to keep reading! Hannah, I have loved your blog this year, and even though we haven’t met, we are practically related, both being wonderful Canberra food-bloggers and all. Thank you for the wonderful recipes (I have made more of yours than anyone else’s this year), the entertainment, the sharing and most of all, I wish you many wonderful things in 2012. Life does have it’s ups and downs (I am at least twice your age, so I say this with some experience!) but as you suggest, if it weren’t for the crap bits, we wouldn’t appreciate its awesomenonenenness (yes, I too can make up words!). Happy New Year lovely lady xxx

  12. msihua

    You love us all? Surely you must love me the most?! You must also have been trying to take care of all the other bloggers feelings (and readers) and not try to show favouritsm… as a wise person once said, “It’s cool, It’s cool”…

    Merry Rake Sway New Year Angle Babe!!!

  13. Three-Cookies

    Last two sentences of the first para – very true, couldn’t agree more. Besides we learn from our mistakes, except unforgiving mistakes like skydiving and forgetting to put on your parachute:)
    Interesting looking at the photos and imagining eating it, then suddenly the green thing appeared at the end. I love veges, seeing it along with the others was a bit of a shock!
    All the best for 2012.

  14. Ali Seiter

    Great collection here, Hannah! As luck would have it, I added many of these recipes to my “Recipes to Try” list long before you came out with this “Best of 2011” roundup. I guess that means you picked ’em pretty darn well! Or just that great minds think alike. 😀

    Happy New Year!

  15. Casey @ Insatiably Healthy

    I think 2012 is going to by my year of biscotti. I’ve had such a hankering for it!
    Have a Happy New Year!

  16. Emma

    2011 – the year I found you! Awwwwwww xoxo:)

  17. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Mmm, you really do come up with some delectable looking things! See you in the new year!

  18. Jo

    I love how you just referred to yourself as “queen of balls”! HAPPY NEW YEAR HANNAH. Have a fantabulous, scrummilicious, gobblelectable 2012!

  19. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    Hi, this is Amber. I’m speaking to you from the past. What’s it like in the future? Is 2012 pretty cool? Just wondering. I’ll see you there soon.

  20. Fatbooo

    Aaah dammit, I was all okay after hangover brunch without ice cream (both vendor and supermart was closed), then this summary post is giving me sweet cravings again…! 😉

  21. Catherine McLean

    That chocolate, almond and cherry cake is one of my favourites, too! And we also love the raw chocolate and cherry truffles.

    (obligatory? really? oh dear… I seem to have missed the boat on this one. Maybe next year…)

  22. Johanna GGG

    Happy new year hannah – and I agree with your list because I have bookmarked most, loved one and am almost there with those brownies! Seems like you have emerged from your cocoon in 2011 to emerge as a beautiful butterfly but I think change just keeps happening and the metaphor treats life as though change only occurs once – wishing you many happy changes in 2012!

  23. Catherine

    Dear Hannah,
    I am so glad I found your blog. I think you have the right mix of funniness and food (your recipes are totally inspiring) for this somewhat homesick ozchick now eating (ok stuffing her face) with homemade Sicilian biscuits. I wish you the very very best in 2012 and though I haven’t tried all the recipes the vegan chocolate slice is an absolute winner for me (my kids would say the peanut butter chocolate slice and I confess I licked the bowl, haven’t done that since childhood). Big Italian hugs and firecrackers and some snowiness thrown in. Ciao cat

  24. Miri Leigh

    Thanks for this wonderful post- everything looks simply delicious! Happy new year to you and yours!

  25. Richa@HobbyandMore

    1. Happy 2012!!
    2. that is a whole lotta foodporn.. salivatinggggg
    3. with all the christmas posts.. i wish i went all out and celebrated it.. i need some gifts!!.. like a vitamix.. i’ll just buy it form hubbs to me.. and act surprised when we get it delivered:!
    ahh browniess..
    have a super fun year!

  26. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    oooh yes let’s do a banquet!! That’d be amazing. And by saying that I mean you shall make ti and I shall eat it. I’ll share the food though. Maybe. Great year, lady.
    Heidi xo
    ps still need to make those Raw Brownies with Chocolate Icing of Pure Amazingness!