Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Mulling Spice Recipe

I was intrigued by a recipe for 
I read about on


I did not however have the 
Packaged Mulling Spice
that Susan used in her recipe...

so 
I did the next best thing....
I Googled how to make my own....


I added 1/4 cup of homemade 
Mulling Spice
to a 20 oz. can of crushed pineapple
and a 14 oz. can of whole cranberry
and 1/2 cup of crushed pecans
(as per Susan's recipe)

I mixed it all together and believe me...

IT WAS DELICIOUS!!!

I can't wait to serve it on Thanksgiving!

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While I was at it I decided to make Cranberry Bread...
I used a Krusteaz Fat Free Cranberry Orange box mix. Instead of adding the can of cranberry-orange that came with the box, I mixed the can of cranberry-orange
with a cup of the homemade cranberry relish and added it to the bread mix.  I used the little can it came with as my measurement for the relish...



Now the cranberry-orange bread had pecans, pineapple, cranberry, and orange!


And now being a crafter and not really a cook...

I couldn't stop there...


I filled several jars with the homemade 
Mulling Spice
added a label and I'm giving it 
to my guests for Thanksgiving....


Mix 1/2 a cup of Mulling Spice and 1 cup of water
into 2 cups of red wine, cider or tea. Simmer and
you have a delicious treat 
for the holidays!

It makes your house smell great too!

Happy Thanksgiving!
xo Susan
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4 comments:

  1. I love this idea! You're so creative :) Happy Thanksgiving to you all!

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  2. Oh that sounds so wonderful - I bet is smells great too!

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  3. Great idea! Have a great Thanksgiving!

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