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Dried Cranberry Recipes

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Cranberry-Pistachio Thumbprint Cookies

For years, I made Swedish thumbprint cookies with raspberry jam and walnuts. Now at Christmas, I use pistachios and cranberries for holiday color. —Dion Frischer, Ann Arbor, MI
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On-The-Go Snack Mix

On-The-Go Snack Mix

On-The-Go Snack Mix

“Since there’s no baking required, this is really simple to make. Plus, it’s also healthy and tasty. If you want a snack that delivers protein and a few vitamins and minerals, this will do it.” —Leah M. Firestone, Scottdale, Pennsylvania

Fruited Pull-Apart Bread

Fruited Pull-Apart Bread

Fruited Pull-Apart Bread

"My mother made this wreath-shaped coffee cake each Christmas," recalls Bonnie Wilde of Springville, Utah. "The dough is kneaded in the bread machine, so it turns out perfectly every time."

Wild Rice & Cranberry Loaves

Wild Rice & Cranberry Loaves

Wild Rice & Cranberry Loaves

This is an incredibly fragrant bread with lots of texture from wild rice and dried cranberries. It's hearty enough for sandwiches, but with a touch of honey, I could even eat this for dessert! —Barbara Miller, Oakdale, Minnesota

Cranberry Pear Cobblers

Cranberry Pear Cobblers

Cranberry Pear Cobblers

These individual cranberry-and-pear treats from our Test Kitchen feature a hint of ginger and cinnamon. Served warm, topped with ice cream, their home-style flavor is sure to please any sweet tooth's craving.

Cranberry Spinach Salad with Bacon Dressing

Cranberry Spinach Salad with Bacon Dressing

Cranberry Spinach Salad with Bacon Dressing

Salads don’t get any easier than this! The dressing is a snap to make, too.

Cherry-Nut Muffin Mix

Cherry-Nut Muffin Mix

Cherry-Nut Muffin Mix

Our home economists liked these fruit-and-nut muffins from Marianne Clarke of Crystal Lake, Illinois so much, they modified the recipe to layer the dry ingredients in a jar. TIP: Print the directions for preparing the muffins and spiced butter on a holiday postcard and attach to the jar with a festive ribbon.

Pistachio Cranberry Orzo

Pistachio Cranberry Orzo

Pistachio Cranberry Orzo

“This recipe was originally an entree with chicken and linguini,” notes Barbara Spitzer of Lodi, California. “I keep changing the ingredients to go with whatever else I’m serving for dinner, but my husband prefers this recipe.”

Cranberry Cashew Jumbles

Cranberry Cashew Jumbles

Cranberry Cashew Jumbles

I have baked these cookies for the Cranberry Festival Cooking Contest in nearby Warrens, where cranberry is "king".

Pistachio-Cranberry Biscotti for a Crowd

Pistachio-Cranberry Biscotti for a Crowd

Pistachio-Cranberry Biscotti for a Crowd

Field editor Dawn Fagerstrom of Warren Minnesota says friends were delighted to receive her fruit and nut biscotti mix. “Layer the dry ingredients in a clear jar, add a bow and attach the instructions for preparation and baking,” she notes.

Curried Broccoli Salad

Curried Broccoli Salad

Curried Broccoli Salad

We love this salad's crunch and color. It has the right combination of spices and a hint of sweetness from coconut and dried cranberries. This is one of our favorite end-of-garden recipes. -Nancy Fleming of Rainier, Washington

Wilted Spinach Salad with Butternut Squash

Wilted Spinach Salad with Butternut Squash

Wilted Spinach Salad with Butternut Squash

Make quick work of peeling butternut squash. First, prick it with a fork and give it 45 seconds in the microwave. Then, trim an inch from the base of the squash, making it stand up straight and tall while you run the peeler from top to bottom. —Margee Berry, White Salmon, Washington
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