No Christmas brunch is complete without a fresh fruit salad, spread, or tart.
You can find apple cider either with shelf-stable or refrigerated juices. It doesn't matter which one you choose, so select
the best value. Use dry sherry, not the much sweeter cream sherry.
Our delicate marmalade flavors are soft enough to spoon over—and soak deliciously into—hot biscuits.
This simple recipe is the perfect accompaniement to any meal. The only ingredients you'll need are cherries, pineapple, and
These party-perfect bite-size treats are easy to put together with frozen pastry shells and a four-ingredient cream filling.
Mix and match flavors using lemon, orange, and strawberry curds. Garnish with fresh mint leaves, and prepare to receive compliments.
Topping our tart are Florida-grown Ruby Red grapefruit and navel oranges and the brightest red grapefruit you can buy—the
Rio Star from Texas. You can make the dessert in either a rectangular or round tart pan.
Surround the platter of Skewered Fruit with Rum Drizzle with fresh strawberries, currants, and pears.
Modern stemmed glassware gives this updated classic a fresh look.
This recipe is a fresh way to use holiday citrus. Sprinkle toasted sweetened flaked coconut over each serving for a sweet
Brighten the breakfast table with Sunshine Citrus Platter. This colorful starter dish is filled with overlapping rounds of
navel oranges and Ruby Red grapefruits with splashes of fresh mint sprigs.
Looking for a more formal recipe for your Christmas brunch? Ambrosia Chess Tarts feature the classic flavors of ambrosia presented
in individual-sized tarts.
Panna cotta is a silky custard made without eggs that’s often topped with a sauce. We infused orange rinds in this fresh and
tasty version and then topped it with Buttery Orange Curd and sweetened orange pieces.
You can prepare this salad a day ahead, but don't cut up the avocado or add garnishes until just before you serve it.