Warm And Cheesy Cranberry Dip

Happy Holidays Jessi and Practically Functional Readers! It’s Kelley from Eat Drink Eat (dot com) sharing a friend’s favorite holiday dip. My girlfriend, who I’ve known since 1st grade, just made this for our annual “Friendsgiving” dinner a couple of weeks ago. It’s super cheesy, a little tangy from the sharp cheddar and the cranberries burst when you bite into them. Yum.

Super Cheesy Cranberry Dip Recipe from EatDrinkEat.com

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Cheesy Cranberry Dip from EatDrinkEat.com

I hope you all have a great holiday this year, and for more easy recipes for your dinner parties, head to www.EatDrinkEat.com for appetizers, drinks, and desserts. You can also get updates from me on Facebook, Twitter and my absolute fave Instagram.

And just for you, Jessi – I was out in your area on business two weeks ago, for just one late night before heading home. You live near such an awesome city and even though it was *freezing* and even snowing a little, I just loved it.

Travel to Chicago, eat and drink with EatDrinkEat.com
(stayed on the Miracle Mile, ate and drank at RPM Italian and finished up at a piano bar called Howl At The Moon)

Thanks again for stopping by everyone! It’s been a blast writing for Practically Functional for the last several months and even though this gig is over, I hope to be back every now and then.

Kelley at EatDrinkEat.com

 

 

 

 

 

Kelley @ Eat Drink Eat

Hi, I'm Kelley with Eat Drink Eat (dot com), a food, party and everything in between blog. I live in Northern California with my North Carolinian husband and almost 3 year old daughter. My favorite things of the moment: trying new recipes out on my family, the beach, lemon anything, iced tea (sweet tea for my hubby), swimming under water, cheese plates, handwritten letters, painting with my daughter, iced vanilla lattes, salt bagels with sweet cream cheese, and wine tasting.

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  1. Heidi Foster says

    6 years ago

    Just so happens I have an extra bag of cranberries leftover from Thanksgiving. Gonna try this one for a Xmas party am attending. Will let you know how they like it.

  2. Barb says

    6 years ago

    Looks delicious. Do you cook the cranberries first or are you putting raw cranberries in the mix? Thanks!

    • Kelley says

      6 years ago

      Hi Barb – they are raw but during the baking process they get nice and soft and burst in your mouth. Good luck! Kelley

      • Barb says

        6 years ago

        Thanks a bunch! Sounds so awesome for a cold weather party.

  3. keri @ shaken together says

    6 years ago

    Oooo, this sounds interesting – the combo of cheddar cheese and cranberries has to be delicious!!

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