Tired of the holidays yet? Me neither! Tired of leftovers? Um, yeah â€“ I think Iâ€™m ready to move on from all the holiday eats, but first I want to share these cranberry pie bites with you. You see, these are made with leftover cranberry sauce from our Christmas dinner. I donâ€™t know how Iâ€™ve gone this long without making these â€“ it never occurred to me that the same cranberry sauce we serve with our turkey can be baked up in pie form. How did I not figure this out sooner?
Lassi is a extremely popular, rich and creamy Indian beverage/drink made using yogurt and water/milk. Originally from Punjab/north India this drink is now famous and available world wide. There are mainly two types - sweet and salty Lassi. Both are amazing hot weather refreshments but the sweet one is slightly heavier leaving you full for a longer time. Traditionally the lassi's are made using a wooden whisk but now a days blender does an equally great job and in less time. In Punjab/North India, lassi is usually served as a side with meal/breakfast in tall glasses. For today's post I'll be sharing the Sweet Lassi recipe but surely stay tuned for the Salty version.