This is one of those recipes that's as much fun to prepare as it is to eat. Zesting the lime, grating the ginger, and boiling the cranberries will make your kitchen smell delicious while you cook.
Finish a simple dinner with this pie-spiced sweet-tangy crisp. Bring it to the table knowing the oats provide a full 4 grams of fiber per serving, so you can feel extra good about each bite.
Consider showing off this pretty blend of oranges, grapefruit, and cranberries in a glass bowl on your brunch buffet. Licorice-like anise gives the sweet-tart fruit just a bit of bite.
Dried cranberries and fresh-grated ginger are the secrets to the intense flavor of these flavor-packed nibbles. Spread on a water-style cracker to keep the sodium extra low.
These are have-it-your-way savory barbecue party bites. Make them with ground turkey or chicken. Prepare them shortly before serving, or make the meatballs ahead, freeze, and finish in a slow cooker while you do something else.
Without question, this salad has visual appeal: tart berries, apple, lusty beets, textured greens, and a mustardy dressing brighten the dish. Present it as a salad course of its own or as a side dish to a light protein.
Keep the ingredients on hand for this festive but easy-to-produce entree and you can whip it up on short notice, ideal for spontaneous gatherings of friends or family.
Treat overnight guests to a fresh-baked loaf of Braided Cranberry Bread oozing with berries and nuts. The pretty, festive loaf comes to the table with fragrant orange peel, cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg.
Top ground turkey burgers with tangy cranberry sauce for a Thanksgiving-inspired treat you can enjoy year-round. The recipe includes instructions for outdoor grilling or indoor broiling to suit the season.
Welcome guests with a tray of creamy-tart Double-Cranberry Crostini. The berry glistens on top of chutney, while the cream cheese provides a cool complement.