CranApple Cheese Mold

November 22, 2010 at 8:07 pm | Posted in Apple, Cranberry, CreamCheese, Recipe | 5 Comments
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Thanksgiving is just days away and its time to start preparing for the feast (as demonstrated by the insanity I just witnessed at the grocery store). One good thing about jello is you can prepare in advance and unmold it before serving… cutting down on at least some of the last minute meal-time stress.  This pretty mold is made from tart cranberry juice, sliced apples, and cream cheese. Forget about cranberry sauce and throw this out on the dinner table instead. It will stand out among the mashed potatoes and greenbean casserole.   This is the last in series of Thanksgiving-time jello creations for KitchenDaily. Click to read the full article and learn how to make your own. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

Click here for the recipe…

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  1. You’re a genius.

    • Thanks Brent!!

  2. [...] CranApple Cheese Mold, Courtesy of the Jello Mold Mistress of Brooklyn [...]

  3. I did my first I used a copper bunt type mold I bought at a thrift store. I used the Agur Agur Mango type I bought at a local asian market. It smelled, looked tasted great however the texture was hard to handle Looks like I will go jello moving forward I am starting basic and will progress as I gather Ideas and gleen info to increase my skills

    • I am experimenting with agar-agar currently and I have to agree that the texture is not appealing. I prefer working with gelatin but am trying to expand my jello horizons and please my vegetarian friends.


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