By LilPinkieJ on May 20, 2007
Photo by loof
Photo by loof
"Good stuff. I like it without the cheese, but this is Wisconsin and I think it's actually against the law to not have a minimum of 3 cheese dishes at a party table."
Serving Size: 1 (145 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Super easy and very yummy! Made for Thanksgiving tomorrow & I have already sampled it! I also used green onion instead of minced and the extra hot horseradish. Thanks for a great recipe!"
"I have made this twice now and the first time I thought it had WAY too much horseradish. I wasn't sure what kind of horseradish to get so I got the fresh kind in the jar, and apparently it has a very strong taste! The second time I made it, I used less than one tablespoon (maybe closer to one teaspoon) and it turned out much better. The sauce is more than enough for one block of cheese too, I ended up thowing out what I didn't use. Thanks for the recipe, can't wait until my family tries it this weekend for my early Christmas dinner!"
"I had this on my Christmas Eve appetizer buffet--very pretty, very easy, very convenient (make ahead), and very good--can't ask for more than that!"
"This is a gourgeous dip! I served this at a Christmas family reunion. I used green onion to make it more festive, and even put a few green onions sprinkled in the cranberries to make it look more festive. I served this with pita chips and sociable crackers. Everyone loved it. Thanks for posting! I made this for Zaar 123 (4 Dec 08) Wonders!"
"This is a tasty and beautifully festive dip! I left out the onions and used extra-hot horseradish and enjoyed the sweet/spicy combo. I served mine with wheat thins but I think club crackers or melba toast would be great too. Thanks for posting this recipe!"
"Wow! What a great flavor combination! I made the cranberry mixture and instead of serving it over cream cheese, I used it as a dip for muenster cheese cubes. Fabulous! Everyone at my gathering commented on this recipe. Thank you so much, I will be making this again!"