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If you didn't buy Dragon Age: Origins new, getting the Stone Prisoner for free, then go for that one.
Darkspawn Chronicles is a fun diversion in a way but how much fun you get out of it is going to depend on if you like the combat, since that is pretty much all it is.
Warden's Keep is a very good piece of content, gets you a bonus power, and gives you a great deal of back-story on how the Grey Wardens were forced out of Ferelden before being invited back by Cailan.
Return to Ostagar is another bit of fluff content. Doesn't really add to the story but does let you get some nice kit for your squad.
Witch Hunt's enjoyment depends greatly on what you did with Morrigan during the campaign. It can either be a nice little wrap up for your storyline or a complete waste of time.
Golems of Amgarrak isn't much fun for me as it is pretty much just a standalone piece of content, it's pretty much divorced from the main story and features none of your regular companions.
My personal favourite is Leliana's Song, though the enjoyment you get will depend greatly on how much you like the character of Leliana. It serves not only as back-story for her but a decent little prologue to the main game.
Awakening is okay but it doesn't really feel as good as the main game for me. It does add the largest slice of play time and story though, so definitely worth playing.
Though as mentioned it really would be worth buying the Ultimate Edition of the game and getting the 'big' content for the game and some of the little stuff.
Best Dragon Age DLC? Dragon Age 2. At the very least, it felt like that after DA:O.
But in all seriousness, I'd agree with whoever suggested skipping DLC in favor of just getting the "ultimate/GOTY" edition of DA:O. It probably would be cheaper, and DLC is included on the disc.
If you were determined to download some from XBL, I'd probably recommend the Warden's Keep if you already have the Stone Prisoner (assuming you bought DA:O new) because you end up getting a storage chest as a quest reward.
If were talking about Origins than all are good mainly adding so much more time to the already huge game but to pick one out it would be awakening because it's a vast and long dlc with new items and stuff(Ultimate Edition is def the route to go)...on a side
note just bought the Legacy dlc for DA2 from the EA sale so i'm hoping it's good and adds some different areas.