High in calcium and vitamin B, cranberries can be used for jellies, sauces, pies, and even drinks! Make sure to include this popular tart fruit in your upcoming recipes and spice up your chilly autumn day.
Spice up your autumn with these cranberry recipes!
Pi Day (March 14 = 3.14) is a great excuse to try a new pie. You don't need any advanced math skills to know this will add up to a great new tradition. At our house, we invite over as many friends as we can squeeze in and everyone brings a pie! Dig in!
While the bird may be the main attraction on your Thanksgiving table, it wouldn't be a proper feast without a spread of sumptuous sides.
Pears make a good choice for these single-serving fruit crisps because their skins are so soft, your child won't even need to peel them.
Need a new idea for how to use your holiday food surplus? We've got just the solution: a holiday stromboli that's fun for kids to make.
For an extra dose of harvest-season yumminess, make edible sippers, then fill them with our special holiday concoction (or your family's favorite juice).
Made from mini sandwiches and trimmed with colorful vegetables, it can serve as a healthy alternative to the usual array of holiday sweets.
This tiny turkey dinner is actually an amazingly delicious dessert.
Cranberry sauce can get so boring during Thanksgiving, give your guests this delicious orange-infused relish as an alternative.
This brightly colored party punch can be dressed up with an optional wreath of frozen berries and (for those who like its distinctive licorice flavor) bits of floating star anise.
I'll be the first to admit that canned cranberry sauce is pretty good. But honestly, this one is better. It has more personality and a fresh flavor -- with a whisper of apple -- that you just don't get with canned. Besides, it takes just a few minutes to
From lemon to avocado cheesecakes, this gallery has it all!