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One of the selections offered at an appetizer party celebrating a special birthday this past week. Liked the cream cheese and cranberries combined with the chilies and green onion. Makes for a very attractive appetizer. Froze the second platter as suggested can be done. Thank you for sharing.

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Gerry March 24, 2009

I prepared this as one of the many offerings on the buffet at my holiday open house. While I liked the blend of sweet and spicy, others were not so impressed. It was basically ignored, although it did have a festive presentation.

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Ms B. January 04, 2009

We really enjoyed this. Great combination of flavors; spicy but not overly so, with the sweet-tart taste of cranberries. Thanks for the tip about freezing - I froze half and look forward to having this again in the near future. Although I made this in the middle of the summer, I can see this as a wonderful (and easy!) idea for Thanksgiving and Christmas.

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Ginny Sue September 21, 2007

I loved this recipe and will bring it to the beach for when I visit friends and we hang out on their porch. Wonderful treat, special I think. Lolly

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Lalaloob May 15, 2007

This is a very tasty spread for crackers. Don't be put off by the appearance -- I think it might be more attractive if you used a mixer to blend everything, but then it might puree the ingredients too much. I did leave out the green onions as I thought they might contrast too much with the green chilies. This reminds me of jalapeno pepper jelly which is generally poured over a brick of cream cheese except this dish is all combined together. Made for Fall PAC, 2012.

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Nancy's Pantry November 07, 2012
Festive Cranberry Cheese Spread