Creamy Cranberry Salad
Fresh cranberries are mixed with sugar, red gelatin, crushed pineapple, orange juice, grated apple and pecans. This mixture is refrigerated overnight, and then layered with a whipped cream and cream cheese mixture.
Gooey Chocolate Pudding Cakes
You'll be glad this Gooey Chocolate Pudding Cake recipe is baked in individual ramekins. You won't want to share any precious bite of your decadent chocolate pudding cake!
Pudding Fruit Salad
Pudding Fruit Salad—our take on ambrosia fruit salad—combines fresh fruit, canned fruit and sweets, such as marshmallows and vanilla pudding. This refreshing fruit salad with Cool Whip and pudding is a great addition to any BBQ. With only 80 calories per serving, this guilt-free fruit salad with Cool Whip will keep your sweet tooth happy. If you're looking to take this Pudding Fruit Salad from summer to fall, take a peek at our "Expert Tips."
Dessert salad, fluff or whatever you call this wonderful stuff—it’s simple to prepare, beautiful to look at and delicious to eat. It’s also perfect for holiday entertaining, especially in this sweet-tart-tangy rendition. Canned cranberries and chopped pecans add a chewy and crunchy contrast to the creamy base of whipped topping and cream cheese, while mandarin oranges add sweetness (and take the place of the pineapple that’s a dessert salad standby). Serve up a bowl of this pretty pink…
Enjoy this savory cranberry-orange sauce ready with just five ingredients and two steps – the perfect accompaniment to your meats.
Cranberry Upside-Down Cake
The quintessential fall berry falls head over heels in this sweet-tart spin on an upside down cake. Cranberries, butter and brown sugar go on the bottom of your cake pan before the batter, but once the cake’s turned out, they form a caramelly top that pops with cranberry tartness. Stock up on cranberries while they’re in season—this cake can be made year-round with frozen berries.
Cranberry Crumb Bars
Celebrate the season with cranberry bars! They're super easy to make and can be cut into mini squares, just right for a dessert tray.
Cranberry Gooey Butter Bars
With their sweet-and-tart flavor and ooey-and-gooey texture, these bars are easy to love and easy to make. To pull together a pan, you’ll only need 15 minutes of hands-on time, which makes them perfect for any holiday get-together (especially the ones that sneak up on you). And since they’re baked in a sturdy 13x9 pan, they’re easy to tote along. Keep a box of Betty Crocker™ Super Moist™ yellow cake mix—the secret shortcut ingredient in this recipe—on hand and you’ll be able to pull off…
Cranberry Chess Pie
A popular Southern dessert said to originate in England, chess pie consists of staple ingredients: eggs, butter, and sugar, bound with cornmeal, flour, or both. While some recipes rely on tangy buttermilk to offset the rich custard, this version uses lemon juice and barely cooked cranberries instead.
Berry Cream Cheese Cake
This berry and cream cheese combination is inspired by the genius cream cheese–studded muffins at Sister Pie, a bakery started by Lisa Ludwinski in Detroit. The dark brown sugar gives this cake a little molasses edge, which cuts the sweetness of the berries and the richness of the cream cheese. I like a combination of blueberries and raspberries, but you can add blackberries, too, or cranberries when the weather is cooler. Strawberries get a little too soft when they are folded into this…
Toasted Coconut Pavlovas
Toasted Coconut Pavlovas with Coconut Custard! Crisp meringue nests house a creamy coconut custard filling in these beautiful treats.
Homemade Hot Fudge (a 10-Minute Recipe!) - Averie Cooks
This homemade hot fudge sauce is thick and fudgy, but not overly sweet. Serve over ice cream, brownies, cakes, cookies and more!