With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart: Cranberry Mold

Monday, January 2, 2012

Cranberry Mold

Cranberry Mold
This recipe shared from my friend, Anne, when our kids were all small, does not require the cranberries to be cooked.  It is tart, sweet and crunchy!

1 bag cranberries (12-oz), finely chopped (I used a food processor)
1 small cherry Jell-O
2 Red Delicious apples, finely chopped
1 cup chopped nuts
1 1/4 cup sugar

Make Jell-O using 1/2 cup boiling water and 1/2 cup cold water. Put in refrigerator to thicken slightly. Fold in remaining ingredients until well blended; spoon into serving bowl or mold.

Refrigerate until firm.

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19 comments:

Maple Lane said...

I have tasted something very similar and loved it! Thanks for the recipe.

NanaDiana said...

Well, that is cute! My mouth gets all puckery just looking at it...especially when I think CRUNCHY and cranberries- I'll bet at least one of my grandkids would love this- Thankx- xo Diana

Natasha @Bite and Sip said...

Beautiful colors!

Susan said...

Looks yummy, LDH. Absolutely yummy. Susan

Kristi @ My San Francisco Kitchen said...

Hi new friend! Thanks for stopping by. This cranberry mold looks so refreshing! I have to try :)

Mariette's Back to Basics said...

Dearest Lorraine,

Looks yummy but how big a bag of cranberries you used? How many ounces... That would be helpful. Never knew that the cranberries can be used fresh, uncooked that is!
Love to you and have a great week.

Mariette

Pondside said...

That's so pretty!
I made a molded salad last week, for the first time in years. It was very well-received.

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

Being a fan of cranberries, I know I would love this. I used to make a similar recipe but I believe it had apples in it too.

Ann said...

that looks so good. I'm the only one in my family that likes cranberries though so it always seems like such a waste to make anything just for me since it's unlikely that I could eat it all myself.

corners of my life said...

Sounds like it will taste very fresh.

Pefect start to a new year of fewer "heavy foods".

Maryann said...

Love anything with cranberries and like the idea of the apples mixed in so I am going to give it a try

beti said...

I love how it looks, such a great presentation!

Heather said...

Oh that looks really lovely!! Thanks for sharing love Heather

Just a little something from Judy said...

I remember that my grandma made this and I thought it was so good. I have not thought about it for years. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe.

Marysol said...

My daughter Sam and I love cranberries, so every Christmas we stock up on this lovely fruit, and gobble it up—fresh, in baked goods and even smoothies.

Your stand up and take notice Cranberry Mold will be going into my berry repertoire!

Happy New Year!

Janice said...

I love the look of that cranberry mold with all the crunchy tartness of apples and cranberries.

Little Birdie Blessings said...

This looks delightful and easy to make. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a kind comment. Thanks as well for all that you offer on your blog here. Lots of inspiration. ~ Abby

Kerry Rossow said...

I'm a newbie here and I love your blog! Your photos are gorgeous!
Thank you for popping by my place!
Kerry at HouseTalkN

Amanda said...

Quick question - what am I supposed to eat this with? Can I eat it like jam on bread? Or is it just a dessert? I've never heard of a mold before.

Amanda

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