Got this recipe from a Nov. 1990 issue of Classic Pillsbury Cookbooks and have been making it ever since. I have made this dessert a Christmas tradition in our household (though have also served it for other special occasions). Everyone who has sampled it gives it a "thumbs up".
Delicious served warm with lots of butter.
Please read Diana#2's review!! She has had a wonderful idea for Christmas gifts for friends. I am so delighted that she choose my Cranberry Scones to make gift bottles. Her instructions are great and the photo is wonderful.
Thanks Diana !!
Real quick and easy to make! I got this recipe from an acquaintance at a boardgame night. The original recipe called for walnuts, but I think pecans are a more complementary flavor. These cranberry bars are delicious, with a delightful balance of sweet and tart. Don't count on leftovers - these moist squares get gobbled right up!
Fresh homemade pumpkin cranberry bread. There is nothing like it fresh from the oven and smothered in butter. Try using all fresh ingredients for a truly divine taste, but if you don’t have the time, canned will do fine.
I can't say enough about this cake, it is moist, dense and buttery!... I have made this using mini chocolate chips and just recently made it with dried cranberries, I plan on making this for the holidays to serve to guests! I baked mine in a tube pan. Since I am making this cake again for the holidays, I plan on adding in some red food colouring in the glaze, and I will chop up frozen or fresh cranberries and add them into the cake batter, but that is only optional.
This recipe was in the latest (Fall 2005) edition of Kraft What's cooking. It looks so tempting and is so easy to make. Prep time 5 minutes. Make your traditional stuffing and have this as a lighter side dish. I made this stuffing for Thanksgiving--made it in the morning and popped it in the oven 35 minutes (350°F) before serving--everyone raved about it
I originally made these at the request of my old chorus director John Kelleher, who also worked at Seattle area Starbucks (I think he'd had the combo in a cookie there, once). I was surprised but very pleased they came out so tasty! These days, these are pretty much the only cookies which are requested and I make on a fairly regular basis.
These are incredible! I found this recipe in a magazine at the doctors office. I sribbled it down in my notebook and forgot about it until last week. I made them up and they are divine. They are rather pricey to make, but well worth the investment. They look great too.
The combination of sweet, tart, and the crunch from pecans...yummy. When I first saw these I thought, what a good fall recipe. Now I realize any day is a good day for these! I always double these. They usually go very fast but if not I refrigerate the dough for later use (up to 1 week)
These hearty muffins(dense like a poundcake and rise beautifully like a bakery muffin) are great for bake sales or to freeze for later. I mix them up in my Kitchen Aid in a few minutes (dump and mix all ingredients together, adding berries once it's mixed). I use blueberries or cranberries with sugar/sliced almonds on top.
Many years ago I made a cranberry-orange bread from a magazine clipping. It got lost and I've never found a suitable replacement, but this year, with the help and encouragement of Zaar members, I created my own version -- and I love it! I used the mini loaf pans to make this, so I could have 4. If you use bigger loaf pans, you will need to bake the loaves longer.