Cranberry Kringles Recipe

This is one of my kids favorite Christmas cookies. Cranberry Kringles.


Put 1 1/2 cup butter in the bowl of your mixer.


Add 2 cups of white sugar and grate 2 tablespoons of orange peel into the mix. Beat this until creamy.


Add 2 Tablespoons of vanilla extract. I use vanilla bean paste.  Add 1 egg.


Beat this until creamy.


Add 1 teaspoon of baking powder.


Add 1/4 teaspoon of salt.


Put the paddle attachment on your mixer and beat in 3 1/4 cup flour.


Add 2 cups of dried cranberries.



Add 2 cups of shredded coconut.


The dough will look a bit shaggy.


Scoop them into small balls ...about 2 tablespoons.


Bake at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes. They should just be slightly browning on the edge. Do not overcook.


I doubled this recipe and it made about 85 cookies.


This is a very chewy cookie.


The tree is up.


Dec. 5th on the advent house.


The lights are on the tree and I am decorating it today. Right now I am baking the mincemeat tarts which I will show soon.

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Comments

I love cranberries and coconut! So, you know the rest of the story. In order to eat these, I will need to bake them. :)

Have a great day.

Love the tree and lights.

xoxo to "Teddy Christmastime".
Guillaume said…
I could have that with tea.
That tree is gorgeous even just with the lights!
wow...what a beautiful tree. is that a frazier fir? we don't get those here.... :-{

the cookies look great...i am baking some today too...rainy here this morning..have a fire in the kitchen woodstove..and a pot roast on the stove..i see my teacup winner there... magnolia.....

:-)
kary and teddy
Well, Well, Well! If the Cranberry Orange Cornmeal Cake will get me to heaven, these are going to opening the gate. I'm making these tonight, tomorrow at the latest.

Keep'm coming girlfriedn, I'm really to bake.
Rosemary said…
These look yummy ....
Pricilla said…
The orange peel looks so summery.
It's been so dang grey here I'm happy for color where I can find it.
I have actually eaten some cookies similar to these one time. I remember buying ready made ones somewhere and I liked them a lot. I know one can´t compare bought cookies with home made, bought ones can never taste as good. But since we don´t use cranberries over here that´s the closest I can come :-)

Have a great day now!
Christer.
Pallas Renatus said…
You've made it your personal mission to fatten me up for the holidays, haven't you? ;)
Mystica said…
Sound look delicious. Thank you for this post.
Ann said…
Those cookies look and sound delicious. I haven't even started any baking yet.
Your tree looks so pretty. Mine went up today, of course I no longer have a real one and i sure do miss the wonderful smell of it.
Oh, I love cranberries - these cookies look great. Think I'll try them soon. Thanks so much! Theresa
As soon as I spotted the lighted tree photo "Oh Christmas Tree" sprang into my mind and I have been humming it since... and the cookies look delightful ty for sharing.
Teresa said…
I bet that is a great recipe. I'm going to have to get cranberries when I get groceries today.
mrsb said…
I'm so behind on cookie baking. These look delicious!!
Suzie Ridler said…
You are so ahead of the game! I love than bean paste too BTW, isn't it amazing? Those cookies look fantastic! Can't wait to get my reviews done so I can get to baking cookies.
Amanda said…
oh man, it's so hard to make a blog look as good as yours!! I love to look at it!! Your tree is amazing and the food, i get hungry looking at it, i like it because it's visual, so i can refer to it when i'm cooking... I'm looking forward to trying these recipes!!