A quick Sunday hello, with fabulous ideas on what to do with all those cranberries, besides making cranberry sauce.
I’ve made this 3 times in the past 2 days and it will be eaten again today. The only thing I added was Love Grown Foods Sweet Cranberry Pecan granola. The perfect crunch and slightly sweet addition, in lieu of croutons.
The only thing better than the salad, is the dressing. This is a great way to use up extra cranberries you may have in your fridge. But it’s also worth buying a bag, just for this dressing.
Prettiest dressing ever.
And so dang delicious.
Now I’m about to get all domestic on you!
Another way to use leftover cranberries and maybe some herbs you have rotting in your fridge?
For a whole $1.68, I bought 1 bag of cranberries and made up this quick centerpiece idea. A few years ago, I filled large hurricane vases with water and green leaves, then added cranberries and a white floating candle on top.
So pretty + festive and comes together in a snap.
I don’t have the hurricane vases anymore, so I just pulled out other pretty glass items in our cupboard, filled them with water and placed the cranberries on top.
You could definitely spruce up this setting more with putting greens in the center of the table, or a nice table runner. Neither of which I had, or wanted to buy. To throw a little more color in there, I filled two small mason jars with cranberries and stuck in fresh thyme and rosemary.
This took about 10min to arrange. It ended up a little Christmas-like, but with the plates + fall napkins it all evened out.
Dinner with friends felt so much more special with this festive little touch.
Enjoy the rest of your day! I’m about to get working on a dessert, edit people photos, and hopefully head out for a brisk, but sunny bike ride.