7 Reviews

A++++++++. This was super easy to make and had a great flavor. I did a trial run with my parents and husband...they loved it. Sweet, but not too sweet, tart and creamy and absolutely delicious. I only had lemonsso I substituted the lemon for the orange. We had it on spinach with feta and julienned carrots and walnuts. MMMMMM. My husband liked it so much he kept dipping veggies in it (may make with less oil for a dip). Will be bringing it to Thanksgiving Day. Thanks for the keeper.

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Chef Johnsonville November 23, 2009

This is not only the prettiest dressing I've ever made but it's hands down the best - I'm so glad it made so much. I used 3/4 C of oil and had it over a garden salad. It whipped up so quickly in the blender it was no problem to make for a quick lunch. Thanks for posting this!

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partysweets May 13, 2013

This was very good! I subbed stevia for the sugar and used this for a spinach salad with green apples, pears, pecans, & dried cranberries. Love cranberries and this was a beautiful showcase of them. Thanks!!

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Mindelicious November 26, 2010

Totally amazing! Tangy, sweet...awesome. Used dried cranberries (since it wasn't specified) and it worked! Also, I didn't have cider vinegar, but I did have apricot/thyme white wine vinegar...extra good zing! Went on a green salad with bacon, cranberries, oranges, and pecans. A huge hit with the Christmas morning gang! Thanks!

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CookieMaster December 24, 2009

OMG!!! this is the best ever. Everyone at dinner loved it and I just found my christmas present for the neighbors.....

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Golf Gal November 28, 2009

LOVED IT! For the holidays I make a green salad with dried cranberries, mandarin oranges, feta, purple onion, and candied nuts (Candied Spiced Nuts) ... well, this year I forgot to purchase dressing. So I jumped online and found this recipe, which was far better than anything I could have bought! I used 3/4 c. frozen and 1/4 cup dried cranberries, since that was what I had. Also, I used a small container of mandarin oranges instead of the navel orange, and because of that I reduced the sugar to 1/3 cup. Finally, I used only 3/4 c. of olive oil because I prefer a less oily dressing. Mixed up in the blender in no time flat, made a very generous amount, and kept well in the refrigerator for two different events 5 days apart. I will never buy bottled cranberry dressing again!

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KristineB December 26, 2008

Put this together in no time at all & had A GREAT DRESSING! The combo of the berries & orange is what made this for me, but then I a cranberry nut, so . . . Will definitely make this again & will use it as gifts during the winter holidays! Thanks for sharing! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup Game]

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Sydney Mike August 21, 2008
Cranberry Salad Dressing