Christmas time is peak season for mainstream cranberry consumption. Though many healthy individuals enjoy cranberries as a part of their everyday diet, countless more will enjoy the inimitable taste of cranberries over the course of the holiday season. From sweets to spreads to decorative flair, cranberries make a very visible appearance not only on the table and in the kitchen but throughout the house. We still maintain cranberries are best when eaten, so in the spirit of Christmas here’s our gift to you. Enjoy this delicious recipe for a take on cranberries you may have never tried before…Christmas Cranberry CobblerPreheat your oven to 345 degreesApply non-stick cooking spray to a deep-dish pie plate (10 inches in diameter)Mix 3 cups of cranberries, cup of sugar and a 1 cup of pecans in a large bowlEmpty the bowl into the bottom of the pie plate, then flatten the mixtureWith your now empty bowl, crack two eggs then beat them until fluffyAdd 1 cup of sugar, 1 cup flour and an optional stick of butter (recommended) to the beaten eggs and stir until smoothPour the bowls contents evenly over the pie plate on top of the cranberry/pecan layerPlace in oven for approximately 45 minutes or until the crust is a dark shade of golden brown.Merry Christmas and enjoy!
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