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I have some exciting news!

Top Ten Tuesday is going to be mobile for the new few weeks. You’ll have a chance to see favorite recipes chosen from other fabulous bloggers! I’m hoping this will expose us all to a lot more blogs that we may currently be missing out on. Plus, it’s going to be fun to see what some of my fellow bloggers would choose as recipes that they’re hoping to try.

Here is the lineup!

December 14 – Jas from The Gluten Free Scallywag
December 21- Iris from The Daily Dietribe
December 28- Valerie from City|Life|Eats
January 4- Heather from Gluten Free Cat
January 11- Hallie from Daily Bites
January 18- Ricki from Diet, Desserts, and Dogs

I will have a ‘sister post’ for each of these guest editions, so you can still find Top Ten Tuesday here each week on my blog, although I will direct you specifically elsewhere. Please participate, I think this is going to be a lot of fun!

[You might be wondering WHY this weekly posting is going mobile.. In order to calm your raging curiosity, I'll tell you :)  I will be visiting a few different countries over the course of the next 6 weeks, some for fun and some in connection with my coursework. I will have very limited internet access during this time. The countries include Italy, France, UK (England and Scotland), the UAE, Oman, and India. I'm so blessed to be having this opportunity; I can't wait!]

Here are some fabulous recipes for this week though, don’t miss out on them :)

My Fav (Top 10) Recipes from

Last Week (11-30 to 12-6)

Chocolate Drop Cookies
(Hallie from Daily Bites)

Banana Nut Bread
(Stephanie from Hope for Healing)

Captain Jacks Chocolate Rum Cookies
(Diane from The W.H.O.L.E. Gang)

Creamy Italian Salad Dressing
(Kelly from The Spunky Coconut)

Pumpkin Coconut Soup
(Kim from Affairs of Living)

Corn and Butterbean Casserole
(Shirley from Gluten Free Easily)

Peanut Butter Peck Cookies
(Deanna from The Mommy Bowl)

Fat Free Black Bean Vegetable Soup
(from the Comfy Tommy)

Sweet Parsley-Glazed Roasted Vegetables
(Iris from The Daily Dietribe)

Easy Cabbage Casserole
(Me from Living Free)

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10 Responses to My Fav (Top 10) Recipes from Last Week (11/30 to 12/6) – Plus Exciting News!

  1. So glad to be a part of the Top Ten mobile crew! Thanks for featuring my Chocolate Drop Cookies. :)

  2. Megan says:

    Hope you have a great trip, Aubree! I hear it is much easier to eat gluten free in Europe than the US. I’ll be interested to know if that turns out to be the case for you.

  3. iris says:

    Have a great trip! I’m excited about doing my top ten list…

  4. Christine says:

    Lucky you! I hope you have a wonderful time and have lots of great adventures! :)

  5. Thank again so much for having me as a Top Ten host – have a wonderful trip. How exciting :)

  6. Aubree, I am so happy that you are going on such travels–it all sound very exciting, even if there’s work/studying involved in there, too! And, woohoo on your temporary replacement crew as well! :-) It will be fun to see what their choices will be. Some of your hosts I don’t even know yet, so I’ll look forward to getting to know them, too. Finally, yippee, yippee … one of my recipes made the Top 10 this week! Thanks, my dear!

    Happy holidays and have a fabulous trip!
    Shirley

  7. I’m sure you’ll have a great trip, and I look forward to some new perspectives.

  8. Safe travels! That sounds amazing! I don’t know anyone who has ever been to Oman.

    Thanks for including me in your Top Ten, and enjoy every minute of your trip. xo

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