May 2012 Recipes

In keeping with my efforts to post the noteworthy recipes I made each month, here’s what I served up in May 2012

And can you believe 2012 is almost half over!?

May 2012 recipes:

Cinco de Mayo Recipes

Spicy Honey Mustard

Pina Colada White Chocolate Cake Mix Cookies

Coconut Spice Cheesecake Bars

Steamed Brussels Sprouts with Cheezy Coconut Sauce

Mounds Bar Chocolate Coconut Cake Mix Cookies

Peach Mango Pineapple White Sangria

National Chocolate Chip Day – 15 Recipes

Cornflake Chocolate Chip Marshmallow Cookies – Milk Bar Mondays

Mini Grilled Cheese and Tomato Sandwiches

20 Memorial Day Party Recipes

Double Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups and Ice Cream

Chips and Cheese Chili Casserole

Other Noteworthy Posts:

Avocado Tour

11 Years – My anniversary and Mother’s Day all in one weekend. Lots of happy tears shed.

A Few Books – Cookbooks and books I’m loving lately or are on my wish list

Highlights from previous months:

January 2012

February 2012

March 2012

April 2012

What did you make or do this month that was memorable?

What was delicious in your life?

Mother’s Day, my anniversary, warmer weather, and longer days were delicious.

And so was the sangria, the cookies, and yes, even Brussels’s sprouts.

I’m proud of myself for posting a few savory recipes, for tackling making homemade mustard (that and canning, I can check off my life’s bucket list), and for even cooking at all some day. Because some days it would be easier to eat nachos for dinner than to cook. Can you relate?

Thanks for the Champion Sports Bra Giveaway entries & TGIF!

50 comments on “May 2012 Recipes”

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  3. The most delicious things I have been eating lately have been cooked for me, as I haven’t been doing much cooking. I bookmarked this page as there are MANY recipes here that I want to make this summer when I am off.

  4. What a great roundup! I love that you put this great recap together for us in case we missed anything :-) I definitely want to check out your cookbook reviews next!

  5. I’ve been reading your blog for over a year and haven’t been commenting much so I thought I should so that I could tell you to keep up the good work. I have a vita mix now because of your wonderful recipes which make me excited to cook and make foods. Looking forward to more of your great recipes. The oatmeal microwave cake with the mashed banana is by far the most frequent thing I make!

  6. Those coconut spice cheesecake bars look fabulous. I’m not sure how I missed that recipe the first time around. The avocados also look fabulous – I remember reading that post twice!

  7. You were one busy and super productive girl last month!

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