Ahh, don’t we just love Pinterest? I try not to go to the website unless I have a couple of hours to spend there. Talk about finding some amazing recipes, crafts, tips, and more! I LOVE that site. Thanks to folks like you, who also love Pinterest and have taken the time to pin many of my posts, I have received some fantastic traffic from over yonder. Today, I wanted to share with you, our top, most pinned posts from Pinterest. I know that we get many new readers to this blog weekly and this will be a great way to discover just some of what we write about here.
Just in the last 30 days, I have received over 23,000 visits for these heavenly Kentucky Biscuits. They easy to make and just melt in your mouth. This is actually one of my older posts from 2008 but has become one of the top posts visited in the last year. I definitely need to update my photos for it!
My Grandma’s Homemade Banana Pudding has always been a huge favorite with all of you. It truly is the best nanner puddin’ ever and once you eat it, you’ll never give instant pudding a second look. I sure do miss her…..
Santa Fe Chicken – Easy and good! You can add as much or as little cheese as you want but either way, you’ll satisfy just about everyone’s tummy with this!
In 2011, I shared our version of Apple Cobbler and boy was it a hit. It’s the easiest dessert to make and the filling can be whatever you want it to be. This is also another one of those that needs a good photo update! Adding to my list of to-do’s.
The perfect Summer beverage – Homemade Strawberry Lemonade. Oh my, how this makes me smile!
Want a very inexpensive bird feeder? Make it yourself for less than $5! Much less!
I can’t imagine not having homemade dinner rolls in my life. It’s amazing how wonderful something can taste when there’s not so much to it. This roll post has over 180 comments praising their flavor, softness, and light textured roll.
DIY Bird Seed Ornaments. I made these for Halloween but you can use ANY cookie cutter to create your own unique food ornament for the birds. This is a great kid’s craft!
Crocheting ruffled scarves is much easier than you could ever imagine. This post has quickly become one of your favorites and should be considered as your next gift for that special someone!
I was also surprised at how many people LOVED and PINNED this vase makeover I did using Rust O’leum and rubber bands!
Another favorite of yours and my man’s is the delicious, Summer side; Tomato and Cucumber Salad. I will be updating the photos on this post too. Man, this is a great side to make! My husband requests this often!
Another older post of mine but still getting lots of attend because it’s a recipe that just works; Old Fashion Homemade Pancakes . They come out good every time!
A fun craft idea to make with your kids is this super cool treasure chest. Truett always got to pick out of the treasure box at school and I thought it would be fun for him to have his very own at home! We turned it into a fun learning game too!
While I have many more to share, I’ll make this Easter Egg Bouquet in Candy-Filled Jar, my last one. You loved it. I loved it. Truett loved helping me put it together! A GREAT teacher gift during the Easter holidays.
Thank you for taking time to read. Thank you for taking time to pin. If you’re not following me on Pinterest yet, I’d love for you to.