Today’s Christmas dessert is brought by Kate of Diethood. If you don’t know Kate (although I doubt since she’s very popular in the blogging world and sweeter than sugar) no, her blog has nothing to do with a diet. With recipes like Macarons with Lemon Buttercream Filling or Mojito Doughnuts you’ll forget about your New Year Resolution in no time!
Thank you, Roxana, for inviting me to share my recipe with your readers. I am so incredibly honored to be here.
Roxana was one of my very first blogger-friends. She left a lasting warm impression when one day she decided to try and share one of my very first recipes on her blog. I was so touched, and so happy, that I will forever be grateful. She doesn’t even know this, but because of her, all those doubts about food blogging went out the window the moment that I saw my recipe on her blog. Thank you, Roxana. xo
When Roxana and I got to know each other better, we realized that we had tons of stuff in common! She and I sorta, kinda hail from a similar part of the world; she’s from Romania and I’m from Macedonia. We’re both immigrants. She and I also had our daughters around the same time. She loves sweets. I love sweets. She loves to bake, I love to bake… See, we’re practically the same person!
As you all know, Roxana comes up with the most decadent desserts, that trying to replicate her stunning creations is simply impossible. But, I wanted to bring her something colorful, something vibrant, and something that Roxana would make. Thus, I present to you a White Chocolate Cranberry Tart. This dessert totally reminds me of her. You, too, right?
This tart involves a few steps, BUT don’t be discouraged; it is easy to make. First we’re going to start with making a cranberry sauce. Thereafter we will move onto the tart crust, and finally we’re going to fill the tart with white chocolate ganache and decorate it with pistachios and fresh cranberries.
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Sending love your way,