These addictively crispy, chewy balls are full of my two favorite combinations: dark chocolate-cranberry and honey-salt.
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For those of you who can't get enough cranberries at Thanksgiving dinner, we've got a recipe that mixes them with buttermilk and orange zest, turning out a balanced pie with sweet and sour elements.
These crunchy cakes have tart cranberries for a burst of zingy flavor. They're perfect for freezing and re-toasting later.
Use ALL of your leftovers this Thanksgiving weekend. Here's one for finishing up cranberry sauce.
I was a little nervous to make my first loaf because I grew up in New York City, where not only can you always get challah, you can get really awesome challah. But with Thanksgivingukkah fast approaching, there was no time for self-doubt. So I got out the stand mixer, rolled up my sleeves, ran across the street because I forgot to buy eggs, and finally got cracking.
The cranberry (alias: bearberry) is one of only three fruits—including blueberries and Concord grapes—that can truly claim roots in North American soil. Why, then, did it take the sweet-tart side dish cranberry sauce almost a century after settlers arrived to find its way to our thanksgiving tables?
This wintry chutney, spiced with clove and bright with cranberries and tangerine, is versatile for the holidays either as a gift or on a cheese tray. Plus, the natural pectin in the cranberries helps it set even with a short cooking time, so you can spend less time preserving and more time partying.
Well, well what do we have here? Graham crackers layered with toffee, dark chocolate, cranberries, walnuts, and fleur de sel? Something that's crunchy, sweet, salty, chocolatey, nutty, and fruity? Yup, sounds like holiday crack is back.
After a heavy Thanksgiving meal, dessert should perk up your palate. Enter the humble cranberry.
This pudding, inspired by the highly delicious White Chocolate Bread Pudding at the Palace Cafe, has the soul of a New Orleans bread pudding. But it's gussied up for the season with cranberries, which add a wonderful tart contrast to the white chocolate in the butter and cream-rich custard.
Liven up your morning oatmeal with this sweet-tart compote made from fresh cranberries, orange, and hazelnuts.
Chef McCoy combines pears tossed in lemon zest, brown sugar and cinnamon with fresh cranberries for an autumn-appropriate Desserts For Every Season strudel. Rolled in phyllo rather than traditional strudel dough, it's a snap to make, while staying neat and sweet.
These easy biscuits are tender and fluffy, with a background flavor of sweet orange punctuated by chewy bites of tart cranberries.
These were a bit of a gamble, as I've never baked with chocolate-covered fruit before. And some of the cranberries were quite big, so I decided to make the cookies extra big to match. But as luck would have it, the resulting cookies freaking blew me away.
A little sliver of this tart, with its delightful combination of tart apples and cranberries with sweet and mellow frangipane, will satisfy your sweet tooth without overdoing it.
There's something a bit decadent about adding champagne to a recipe for something as simple as cranberry jam. But this recipe from Edible DIY: Simple, Giftable Recipes to Savor and Share makes it all make sense. Ginger adds a welcome touch of heat. The result? Sweet, tart, and zesty jam that goes lovely with cheese or in sandwiches.
Buttery almond flour shortbread is sandwiched around sweet-tart cranberry jam to make these updated Linzer Cookies. You might just steal the Cookie Swap show.