A few sprigs of rosemary, a handful of cranberries, a sprinkle of sugar, and a perfect holiday garnish is ready to decorate platters of food and trays of cookies.
I’ve posted the directions for this simple garnish before, but as I was making it again this year, it occurred to me that it was so easy and so pretty that it was worthy of a repeat.
You’ll need some fresh cranberries and sprigs of rosemary. Make a simple syrup by heating equal amounts of granulated sugar and water until the sugar has dissolved. Pour the syrup into a bowl. Put some sugar on a plate. Dip the rosemary sprigs into the simple syrup and then into the sugar. Shake off the excess. You now have snow covered greens! Put some cranberries into the syrup. Remove them with a slotted spoon and toss them in the sugar. Instant snow covered berries! Spread the greens and berries out and let them dry. They last a long time and will become your “go to” decoration for any serving platter.
One more thing. Think about making Pointsettias at your next party. Pour a small amount of pomegranate (or cranberry) juice into a champagne flute. Fill the glass with Prosecco, and drop in a sugared cranberry. Perfect for the holidays!
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