Better Homes & Gardens November 2007 Recipes
Made from fresh, simple ingredients, these festive cranberry blondies will shine on any holiday table.
Chocolaty Harvest Fruit-Topped Cake
Topped with poached apples, pears, and cranberries, this cake makes a beautiful -- and delicious -- centerpiece for your table.
Sweet Potato Spice Loaf
Citrus and seasonal produce, such as sweet potatoes, bring fresh flavor to winter baking.
Gingerbread Pear Muffins
To recreate this look, top your muffins with pear slices just before baking. When they come out of the oven, add a square of chocolate to each one.
Maple-Cinnamon Pumpkin Pie
Homemade whipped cream and toasted pumpkin seeds make a beautiful topper for this maple-sweet pumpkin pie.
Fresh Pear and Cranberry Pie
This irresistible cranberry pie is stacked high with ripe pear slices; warm caramel sauce adds a touch of sweetness.
Mixed Berry Crumble
For a delicious indulgence that's festive enough for a holiday party -- but simple enough for a weeknight dessert -- try this tart treat.
Wild Mushroom Dip
This slow-cooker recipe combines rich, wine-soaked mushrooms with cream cheese and mozzarella for gourmet flavor without the fuss. Fresh mushrooms add meaty texture.
Rice Pudding with Dried Apricots
Crystallized ginger adds a sweet note to this slow-cooker variation of traditional rice pudding.
Herbed Turkey and Waffles
Before your post-holiday crowd is up and ready to chow down, put together this easy brunch: leftover turkey in a creamy herb-filled sauce, cranberry relish, and cornmeal waffles.
Split Pea Soup with Barley
Perfect for a blustery winter day, this cozy pea soup with ham, barley, and veggies will keep you warm and satisfied.
This flavor-packed dressing mixes in sweet potatoes, pecans, and collard greens for a taste born south of the Mason-Dixon.
Chorizo Corn Bread Stuffing
Spicy chorizo sausage adds kick to this quick and easy stuffing recipe.
Caramelized onions and fresh ginger rev up this creamy carrot soup.