Ingredients

How to make it

  • In a small saucepan, heat honey and flavoring just until warm and has thinned out. Don't boil or even cook.
  • Place berries in large glass bowl.
  • Pour honey mixture over berries and immediately stir to coat.
  • Sprinkle sugar onto large tray or cookie sheet, etc.
  • Now, this is how I like to do this next step, but the idea is to coat each berry, individually, so use your method, if you've got a better one! :)
  • Drop 1/2 the berries over to one side of the tray and then flick a berry at a time off the mound and roll it through the sugar, then over to the side and continue with the next berry. This whole process took me less than 10 minutes. See Photo
  • Once all berries are covered once, run them BACK through the sugar, briefly, to try to get them covered well.
  • Let rest at room temperature, uncovered, for a couple of hours.
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  • Skruzel 4 years ago
    Made them and they are SO good. They inspired a variety of new martinis for my boyfriend and I this weekend... check out my new crystal cranberry martini!
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  • Skruzel 4 years ago
    These are beautiful! Cranberries are so sour, are these really a good sweet snack without any cooking of the cranberries?
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  • gourmetana 4 years ago
    These look beautiful. Great job!
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  • lovebreezy 4 years ago
    I have made, and loved the ones on AR. I did use corn syrup rather than the raw egg but for our Festivus I will try the honey, yum honey.
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  • frankieanne 4 years ago
    Very, very pretty.
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  • justjakesmom 4 years ago
    These would look good in martini glasses... Sounds good, Keni.
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  • misslizzi 4 years ago
    I think these would look lovely in a champagne flute...filled with champagne, of course!
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  • mrcooksalot 4 years ago
    Berry nice Keni =)
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  • chuckieb 4 years ago
    Keni...those are beautiful. They look lovely enough to be a Christmas Decoration!
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  • gkwillow 4 years ago
    cute, clever!
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