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Cranberry-Orange Snack Cake

Cranberry-Orange Snack Cake

Cranberry-Orange Snack Cake

This recipe contains so many great holiday flavors, including pecans, orange, and cranberry, without the post-holiday guilt! I also love the cream cheese icing that really takes this cake over the top. —Lisa Varner, El Paso, Texas

Cranberry-Raisin Relish

Cranberry-Raisin Relish

Cranberry-Raisin Relish

This is the only cranberry relish my kids will eat. It can be made up to one week ahead of time, and I personally think it gets better after it sits for a day or two. If you have leftovers after a big meal, spoon it over turkey sandwiches the next day.—Sheila Tate, Hartselle, Alabama

Crunchy Apricot-Coconut Balls

Crunchy Apricot-Coconut Balls

Crunchy Apricot-Coconut Balls

My Mom gave me this no-bake cookie recipe years ago when she had them on her Christmas buffet. I can't believe how simple they are to make.—Jane McMillan, Dania Beach, Florida
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Dijon-Marinated Cocktail Shrimp

Dijon-Marinated Cocktail Shrimp

Dijon-Marinated Cocktail Shrimp

I like to prepare the shrimp for this recipe a day ahead and store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Then all you have to do is serve the dish when you're ready! —Sarah Conaway, Lynchburg, Virginia

Lamington Roulade

Lamington Roulade

Lamington Roulade

I am a teacher born in Australia who came to the United States seven years ago via a teacher exchange program. I'm now married to an American with two beautiful children. This dessert is made often for special occasions in my mother country; when I make it for my teacher coworkers here in the U.S., it disappears fast!—Susan Fagan, Lexington, South Carolina

Light & Lemony Sorbet

Light & Lemony Sorbet

Light & Lemony Sorbet

Whether you offer it as a dessert or as a palate cleanser between courses, this sweet-tart sorbet will hit the spot. I recommend letting it freeze for a day in the freezer before eating. —Gwen Pratesi, Smyrna, Georgia

Maple-Pumpkin Dinner Rolls

Maple-Pumpkin Dinner Rolls

Maple-Pumpkin Dinner Rolls

Every year after my family and I visit our local pumpkin patch, we come home and enjoy our first autumn meal where these dinner rolls make an appearance along with corn chowder and apple pie.—Sabrina Fraley, Georgetown, Kentucky

Orange Dream Smoothies

Orange Dream Smoothies

Orange Dream Smoothies

This is such an easy way to brighten up a breakfast or brunch. Cool, frothy and bursting with orange flavors, you'll never want just plain OJ again. —Phyllis Schmalz, Kansas City, Kansas

Spiced Pumpkin Warm-Up

Spiced Pumpkin Warm-Up

Spiced Pumpkin Warm-Up

Make this drink your own! You can add coffee or even alcohol if you want an extra kick. I've also chilled the beverage and blended it with vanilla ice cream to create a pumpkin shake. —Andrea Heyart, Aubrey, Texas
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