Spiced cookies with cranberry and toasted hazelnuts are a crowd pleaser
Cranberry White Chocolate Mousse is a fun, festive dessert for parties!
A delicious and beautiful dessert to serve for an elegant presentation that is also quick and easy to make.
Homemade truffles make a wonderful holiday gift for colleagues or friends. Use various coatings such as chopped nuts, chopped dried cranberries, cocoa powder, or toasted coconut to create a beautiful assortment of truffles.
Semifreddo, which translates to “half frozen” in Italian, is very easy to make and keep. This is one Chef John Ash, the creator of this recipe, likes to make in the winter. For the puree, use frozen berries.
This is fun recipe to make because of the unique technique of freezing and then grating the shortbread dough before topping with the cranberry jam. A top layer of grated dough gives the finished product an interesting texture.
Need a fun dessert for your next gathering? Try these mini cheesecakes. They freeze well, so you can make them ahead of time. Just pop them out of their liners and allow them to thaw at room temperature for 2-3 hours before serving.
Small individual tarts with cranberry, apple and cinnamon
Love spicy food? Then you’ll love this chutney. It’s the perfect accompaniment for roast turkey and it’s really good on turkey sandwiches. Be sure to use plastic gloves when cutting the jalapenos!
Use this glaze on ham, pork tenderloin, sausages, a turkey breast or a whole chicken. Liberally brush on the meat during roasting. It also is a great glaze for roasted vegetables.
Fresh cranberry relish is a wonderful accompaniment to roast turkey. It is also great on turkey sandwiches.
Great for sandwiches, with cheese and crackers, or to top turkey and other meats!