Happy last Sunday of 2019, people!! With a 2020 right around the corner, we’ve rounded up the best recipes of 2019 from Broma! From layer cakes to cookie bars, we’ve had some pretty damn good treats over the past 12 months.
And we promise there will be plenty more in store for the next decade 🙂
Okay, so confession, these are actually just my favorite recipe of 2019, but they should be yours too. Made with a gooey browned butter cookie dough base and stuffed with a full marshmallow, these belong right at the top of the best recipes of 2019.
These healthy peanut butter banana muffins are made in 1 bowl with just 8 ingredients 1 single bowl. Plus they’re loaded with chocolate chips, so you know I’m eating at least 3 🙂
These nutella swirled brown butter chocolate chip cookie bars literally broke the site the day we shared them. Yes, they are as good as they sound. Dare I say…better?
Listen, I am NOT vegan and I make this mac and cheese weekly–no joke. And you should too. The only savory recipe to make it onto the list of the best recipes of 2019, and let me just say, it’s well deserved.
SO many of you made these fudgy red velvet crinkle cookies this holiday season, and it warmed our hearts. They’re the perfect spin on traditional crinkle cookies and downright scrumptious.
You guys love to love this Persian Love Cake. What is Persian Love Cake? Only the best pistachio, cardamom and rose cake EVER. It’s beautiful, unique, delicious and easy!
This secret recipe for the best sugar cookies of all time is buttery, chewy, perfectly sweet, and super easy to make. Well we spilled the beans this year, so you can bet this is on the list of the best recipes of 2019.
If we learned anything this year, it’s that you people are brownie people. So we broke out our favorite brownie recipe into a step by step guide!
We make these gluten free, vegan tahini oatmeal chocolate chunk cookies weekly, so it’s no surprise these ended up on the list of the best recipes of 2019.
When I die, bury me with this vanilla cake. If I could eat this tender and moist vanilla cake every day, I would.
We all love cinnamon rolls, but who has the time or patience to wait that long for a good homemade one, y’know? So we took all those scrumptious flavors of a cinnamon roll and put them into a chewy blondie.
These are basically a Reeses, but with way less sugar, and every time I make them I eat the whole pan. No regrets.
Now we need your help. Going into 2020, we want to make sure we’re baking recipe that YOU want to bake. So tell us what you want. More chocolate? More cakes? Easier recipes? Healthy? Indulgent?
Let us know your feedback below!