Happy Holidays All!
Welcome back to our Holiday Blog series. Today’s blog post (#5) is all about the Cranberry.
Cranberries are synonymous with Thanksgiving and Christmas, but the have much more to offer than just being the sweet finishing touch to your holiday meal. Their vibrant red waxy skin, which acts as a preservative, also makes them desirable as a decorative object, as they can stay fresh for several weeks.
Any of the decorating ideas below can be easily duplicated. Or if you’re feeling extra creative, give it a whirl and create your very own masterpiece!
Of course, the Christmas Holiday wouldn’t be complete without some tasty cranberry treats. I think I’m definitely going to have to try these three below. If you’d like a copy the recipes just click on each image.
To learn about the History of the Cranberry, visit The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation here . Want to learn more about the health benefits of cranberries,please visit The Unionville Times here. Check out Three Dog Bakery to learn how cranberries are beneficial for your 4-legged family members too!
How have you used cranberries in your holiday decor and/or recipes? I’d love to hear from you, as well as see photos of your masterpieces!
Until next time…Happy Decorating & Happy Holidays!