Friday, January 20, 2012

Cranberry feta filling and spread - Recipe!

I saw these on Pinterest and knew Christmas just wasn't going to survive without them!  One just can't go wrong when bringing cheese to the party!

They are easy to make...

1 package of cream cheese 
1 package or container of feta cheese 
1 bunch of green onions
Dried cranberries

Let all the ingredients come to room temperature so they blend easily.  Mix them all together and store in an airtight container in the fridge.  

I served this on Christmas day as a little snack in the afternoon.  I went extra festive and used green, spinach wraps and they looked great!  They don't have to be just for Christmas tho!  I keep a container of this in the fridge for anytime I need a little something to go with a bowl of homemade soup!

For anyone who is gluten free I suggest making this and spreading it on GF crackers...I have a couple of favourites and places like Costco now carry lots of GF products.

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Have a fabulous day!


Bethany said...

This looks delicious! I love finding new recipes.

The imPerfect Housewife said...

WOW - those sound so good!! Thanks for sharing that. ♥

hostess of the humble bungalow said...

What a yummy combo and so pretty too.

Tariro said...

Those look so delicious!

Adrienne said...

That looks like a great appetizer or easy and impressive little something to serve at a party.

DC GOP Girl said...

Holy moly I need to try that. Looks SO DARN GOOD. And not the most difficult thing to attempt for this non-cook. :) Thanks for sharing.

Beth Dunn said...

That looks delicious and pretty!

About Last Weekend said...

Very very yum, I will have to investigate pininterest (sp), they are some very fun things that come from that place

Shelley said...

Oh gosh, you have me salivating now! There is a Yorkshire cheese factory here in Britain that makes Wensleydale cheese - and one of their selection has cranberries in it. It doesn't last long in this house, which is why we pretty much don't buy cheese except around holidays and such. I will hang on to your recipe, though, as the Wensleydale's only fault is that it's quite crumbly. I've not found green wraps around here, however!

Savvy Gal said...

It is so pretty to look at and sounds delicious.