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Last updated 13:17 19/12/2013
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WHAT'S THIS?: Oh, only the most-read recipe of the year.

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10. A delicious warm potato salad: This really is as good as it looks. 

9. No-bake lemon coconut slice: This is the best thing to make with kids; and has become our go-to recipe when we need a slice whipped up quickly (which is the case almost every day at this time of year). 

8. Banoffee crumble: We love banoffee pie; but we love banoffee crumble more. 

7. The world's best lasagne: This is arguably the most-read online recipe in the English-speaking world. And with good reason! It's delish.

6. Hasselback potatoes: These are a dream side dish that should be added to your Christmas day lunch repertoire immediately. 

5. Zesty lemon cake: This Alison Holst lemon yoghurt cake went up in 2012, but so many loyal fans check back on it to whip it up again that it was the fifth most read recipe this year. 

4. Homemade Snickers bars: There are a lot of ingredients in this, yes, but not really that much cooking - and in our opinion the result is far more satisfying than the original. 

3. How to eat for $2.25 a day: Smoky breakfast eggs - a recipe that costs only $1.55 to prepare - appealled to us during a tough financial year all-round. 

2. Classic pumpkin soup: Kiwis love pumpkin soup - and this recipe has a lot of fans, making it the second most read concoction (even though it, again, was put up in 2012).

1. Cadbury creme egg pudding: Are any of us surprised this was number one? The love of the creme egg is so strong that 3,000 of you shared this on Facebook. How many of you actually made it? 

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