This yeast bread makes wonderful toast; surprisingly the glaze does not come off in the toaster. The bread also freezes beautifully. Make this bread on a relaxing weekend day; your house will smell amazing, and your family will definitely appreciate
These delicious and healthy muffins are great to bring to a brunch or to have on hand for a healthy snack.
Serve this dip with assorted fruits like sliced apples, grapes, banana chunks, pineapple spears, or pear wedges. You can also drizzle this over fruit salad.
Quesadillas may be made ahead of time. Wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate for use the next day or freeze for later use. Heat as indicated below.
If peaches aren’t in season, you can buy frozen peaches. When cranberries are in season each fall, be sure to buy a few extra bags and freeze them so you have them on hand year-round!
Warmed spiced cranberry drink
You can make a non-alcoholic version of this festive cocktail by using sparkling water and orange juice instead of the sparkling wine and orange liqueur.
Cranberry Tossed salad with goat cheese and walnuts
Serve this flavorful and beautifully colored vinaigrette with your favorite green salad. Cranberries pair well with nuts, especially pecans and walnuts. Consider topping your salad with a few toasted nuts to really bring out the flavor of the cranber
Want to pair a glass of wine with this salad? According to Chef John Ash, the creator of this recipe, a bright, fruity Gamay, Gewurztraminer, or White Zinfandel would all work with this refreshing salad.
Brussel sprouts, with warmed brown butter and cranberries