Our Top Ten Blog Posts for 2015

I have had a brilliant time writing blog posts for Dillydrops Blog this year.  After having a good look at my statistics, I have found our top ten blog posts for 2015.  Which were your favourites?

Our top ten blog posts for 2015 dillydrops.co.uk

Our Top Ten Blog Posts for 2015

Ed Place: An Online Educational Resource Review This has proved to be my most popular blog post this year.  An excellent resource for those wanting to support their child with their education, whether in mainstream schooling or being taught at home.  You can find more about the benefits of this online resource by clicking on the blog post link.

About Dillydrops As part of taking part in the 30 Day Blogging Challenge in August, I improved my About Me Page.  It has been very popular since.  If you want to find out more about who we are, you should pop over to have a look.

Moving to the UK I have many people from all around the world reading this blog post.  The UK has many great features and there is some great advice on here for anyone hoping to settle in the UK.

Oven Pride Review Cleaning my Barbeque for Summer I knew when I took the photo of my sparkling barbeque, that this would be a popular blog post.

Dairy Free Millionaire’s Shortbread Banoffee Traybake Recipe What can I say?  This I the most delicious Millionaire’s Shortbread that I’ve ever tasted.  It is an added bonus that it is dairy free but you honestly would not be able to tell.  Scrummy!  I may need to bake this again tomorrow.

Dairy Free and Egg Free Biscuit Recipes Our dairy and egg free biscuits are wonderfully versatile.  We used a basic biscuit recipe and added different ingredients to make a variety of flavoured biscuits.  My children devoured them in the blink of an eye.

Dairy and Egg Free Carbonara Recipe  I struggled for a long time to get this recipe right.  I used to love carbonara, until I developed my intolerances.  This is the closest taste and has similar mouth feel characteristics to carbonara with eggs and dairy, but without making me ill.

The 30 Day Blogging Challenge #30DBBC Week 4 Completing the 30 Day Blogging Challenge was one of my proudest moments in blogging to date.  I learnt so much along the way and have met some amazingly inspirational bloggers by taking part.  I would highly recommend this for anyone wanting to improve their blogging skills.

Blogging Goals for January 2016 Setting goals is always a great motivation tool for me.  I have set goals for January so far.  Do you set goals?

Halloween Crafts and Autumn Crafts #BostikBloggers  We have really enjoyed taking part in the #BostikBloggers crafts each month for the whole of 2015.  Our Halloween Crafts were particularly popular, with some of the other #BostikBloggers crafts within our top twenty blog posts this year.

 

We have absolutely loved writing and taking photos for Dillydrops Blog this year.  We have doubled our readership this year and hope to double it again by the end of 2016.  Thank you all so much for following Dillydrops Blog and supporting us throughout 2015.

Our top ten blog posts for 2015 have helped me to realise which posts you all enjoy reading the most.  If there is anything else that you would like us to write about, just pop a comment below and we’ll see what we can do.

Thank you for your support this year!

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  • What a great idea for a post! Off for a read of your about page! I know mine is popular but not sure what my top 10 would be!

  • Bex Smith

    I love these round ups, always nice to see what popular posts on other blogs are 😀

  • Natalie Ray

    Wow, how amazing to double your readership in a year! Great to look back on your best posts so that you can write more of the same, it’s something that I definitely need to do. Happy New Year.xx

  • Cliona Kelliher

    So nice to see a round up of your posts and I’m delighted that you have shared some dairy and egg free recipes as my daughter is allergic to egg (although no longer dairy). Thanks!

  • Beth

    A great post rounding up some of your posts from 2015! It’s nice to look back isn’t it? Happy new year x

  • Sophie Allan

    Great post! it’s lovely to look back on and see which posts got the most interest! I’m thinking of trying that 30 day blog challenge! Happy new year 🙂 x

  • Caro Davies

    It’s so lovely to look back over the blogging year isn’t it?! I am always amazed to see which of my posts are the most popular! It’s certainly never the ones I think it will be 😉 Happy new year to you and your family! xx

  • Rebecca U

    This is a great idea for a post, I’m interested to see what my top posts were 🙂

  • Kerry Louise

    I always like going back and reading my most popular posts, will have to have a read of yours. i’ve been meaning to go back and look at mine but haven’t had a chance yet x

  • What a fab round up, quite a range of topics but I am not surprised that your free from recipes are popular. I bet they’ll be even more popular during January with people doing Veganuary!

  • It’s always lovely to look back over the year to see how much you’ve done. I really need to do the same x

  • Stephanie

    I love to see what posts did well this year, it is really interesting to see what people like. There are also some suprising ones too!

  • That’s a good mix of posts coming out top. Nice to be able to pull them altogether in a round up. Happy new year for 2016