Holiday Recipe Exchange: Cranberry Bliss Bars
Do you ever becoming obsessed with making something, but it just never actually transpires into the finished product?
Last year, I became slightly enthralled with the Cranberry Bliss Bars from Starbucks. I’m fairly certain that they are a holiday selection, but let me tell you they are amazingly delicious.
After my first bite, I knew I had to find a knock-off version of this sweet and festive treat, so I immediately googled the recipe. I’m really great about the bookmarking and printing parts, it’s following through that I am lacking.
Another obsession I have developed is my love for Kerrygold butter. Ever since I first tasted this amazing Irish butter back in October, I have been smitten with it. I am really excited that they are our sponsor this week and can’t wait to giveaway another Kerrygold Basket! If you haven’t tried Kerrygold butter, you need to. All butters may resemble one another in form and color. But get into the taste and texture and you’ll start to notice the difference. Kerrygold butter is a soft and creamy in texture, while the taste is full in flavor. In my experience, using it in baked goods, results in exceptional buttery goodness and a more tender crumb.
This year remembering my obsession for Starbuck’s cranberry bliss bars, I pulled up my bookmarks and pulled out my Kerrygold to make treats you see here. I found the base recipe for these bars via Mr. Breakfast and I of course added my spin to it. This Cranberry Bliss Bar recipe came out amazingly well. In fact, I kinda think I prefer this version over Starbuck’s! This festive bar is loaded with white chocolate, orange zest, dried cranberries and pistachio and sure to the perfect addition to your holiday parties.
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