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This Winter Pomegranate Salad with Maple Candied Walnuts and Balsamic Fig Vinaigrette is my go-to “house” salad. I make it on repeat all winter long. Baby arugula, mixed greens, juicy pomegranates, sweet and spicy maple roasted walnuts, and plenty of crumbled goat cheese. All tossed together with a delicious balsamic fig vinaigrette for a salad that’s simple to put together, healthy, and pairs perfectly with just about any meal. You’ll never tire of this beautiful winter salad.

This post is sponsored by POM Wonderful. 

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I’m not sure why winter gets such a bad rap when it comes to produce. Pomegranates alone are reason enough to LOVE the fall and winter produce seasons. I mean, right?

Yes, yes, correct.

Clearly, I am overly excited about this salad. It has been my go-to winter salad for over four years, and I make it ALL. THE. TIME!

This is also my staple Christmas Salad. I usually end up making it for both Christmas Eve and Christmas dinner. It’s just so simple to throw together, plus it pairs well with everything and is so delicious.

Also? This salad is truly a combination of my favorite foods…greens, pomegranate arils, roasted walnuts, and goat cheese.

walnuts on baking sheet

Here is how I make my simple winter salad.

Start with the walnuts and toss them together with maple syrup, cinnamon, and cayenne. These are my healthier take on candied walnuts, and they’re every bit as addicting as they sound. Perfectly sweet, hinted with cinnamon, and just a touch spicy too. Finish these off with flaky sea salt to seal the deal.

While the walnuts are baking in the oven, toss together the salad base. I like to use a blend of baby arugula and mixed winter greens…usually baby kale and baby spinach. Next add in plenty of pomegranate arils. The pomegranate arils are the heart of the salad, so be generous. To make things incredibly easy, I love using POM POMS Fresh Pomegranate Arils. They come already deseeded in a convenient package of ready-to-eat pomegranate arils. The lack of preparation needed makes the enjoyment of these pomegranates that much better.

Plus, adding the POM POMS arils to my salad adds a ruby red pop of color and a sweet burst of flavor – which you all know I LOVE.

Once you’ve added the pomegranates, crumble over some creamy goat cheese and the base of your salad will be complete.

pomegranates and citrus on cutting board

The vinaigrette…

This is my favorite, and only has three simple ingredients, extra virgin oil, balsamic vinegar, and fig preserves.

It’s the perfect balance of savory, tangy, and sweet. I love tossing my simple winter salad with this vinaigrette for the perfect finish. It makes every bite that much more delicious.

pomegranates being pour over Winter Pomegranate Salad with Maple Candied Walnuts

As said, I’ve been making this salad for years, but yet I still look forward to it every single December. And, it’s my most requested salad. Even my brothers enjoy this one. When the brothers enjoy something, especially a green something, you know it’s got to be a VERY GOOD recipe.

So with that, I’m hoping you all give this delicious winter salad a try.

My suggestion? Include this in your holiday menu. It’s so easy to toss together, and yes, it’s loved by everyone! Enjoy. Enjoy!

PS. looking for something similar-ish winter salad but with beets? Try this winter beet and pomegranate salad with maple candied pecans and balsamic citrus dressing.

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If you make this winter salad with maple candied walnuts, be sure to leave a comment and/or give this recipe a rating! Above all, I love to hear from you guys and always do my best to respond to each and every comment. And of course, if you do make this recipe, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram! Looking through the photos of recipes you all have made is my favorite!

Winter Pomegranate Salad with Maple Candied Walnuts

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Servings: 6
Calories Per Serving: 193 kcal

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  • 1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Toss the walnuts with the maple syrup, cinnamon, crushed red pepper, and salt. Bake for 15-20 minutes, stirring twice throughout cooking, until the walnuts are toasted. Remove from the oven and spread the walnuts in one layer. Sprinkle with flaky salt.
    2. Add the greens to a large salad bowl. Add the POM POMS, oranges (if using), cranberries, goat cheese, and walnuts. Gently toss the salad.
    3. To make the dressing. Combine all ingredients in a glass jar and shake to combine. Just before serving, drizzle the dressing over the salad and gently toss. Enjoy!
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    1. Hi Chantel,
      Sure, that will work for you! I hope you love this recipe, please let me know if you give it a try! xTieghan

  1. 5 stars
    Made this Christmas Day and again New Years Day!! So delicious!! Love the walnuts (I also did some pumpkin seeds for my hubby and son who have nut allergies.) The dressing is sooooo good!!

    1. Hi Kimberly,
      Fantastic! Thanks a lot for making this recipe, I love to hear that it was enjoyed! Happy New Year!🎆 xxT

    1. Hey Felecia,
      Fantastic! Thanks a lot for making this recipe, I love to hear that it was enjoyed! Happy New Year!🎆 xxT

    1. Hi Nicole,
      Yes, you could totally double the dressing, just keep it in the fridge. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you give it a try! xTieghan

  2. LOVED this salad! The best. It was a huge hit. So I’m just going back to the recipe to share w/ family – question = does the recipe call for cayenne or crushed red peppers? The list of ingredients states crushed red peppers but notes about the recipe state cayenne.

    1. Hi Dee Dee,
      I love to hear that this recipe was enjoyed, thanks so much for giving it a try! I like to use crushed red peppers. Happy Holidays! xT

    1. Hi Diane,
      Thank you so much for making this recipe, I am so glad to hear it was enjoyed! Merry Christmas!🎄🎁 xT

  3. 5 stars
    I made this for a Friends Christmas dinner and it was SO good!!! I had to make some changes because my husband doesn’t like goat cheese(ugh!!) and is allergic to walnuts, so I used fresh mozzarella and pecans. I also didn’t have fig preserves so I used both apricot preserves and orange marmalade to have it not be too sweet. It was awesome! I was lucky enough to sit by the bowl towards the end of dinner and just kept helping myself to more!

    1. Hi Julianna,
      Awesome! I am thrilled to hear that this recipe was enjoyed, thanks a lot for making it. Happy Holidays!❄️ xT

    1. Hey Vanessa,
      Happy Sunday!! Thanks a lot for giving this recipe a try, I am so glad to hear it was enjoyed. You can store in an airtight container. Happy Holidays!🎄 xx

  4. I’m obsessed with this salad – it’s the perfect combo! I’d like to make for an upcoming dinner but a friend is allergic to walnuts. Do you think this could be made with pecans? Would you alter the baking time? Thanks!

    1. Hey Kat,
      Totally, pecans would be great here, no need to alter anything. Please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan

      1. Just recently tried your fall harvest salad (it was wonderful), and was coming to look for Christmas salad inspo and voila! Wondering what cows cheese you might recommend in place of the goats cheese? Thanks!

        1. Hey Amy,
          Blue cheese would work well here! I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you give it a try! xTieghan

    1. Hey Lee,
      You could definitely make the walnuts a few days in advance. Please let me know if you give the recipe a try, I hope you love it! xTieghan

  5. 5 stars
    So yummy! I’ve been trying to find salads that have a “wow” factor that make me wanna eat them 😂 loved this salad!! My dad doesn’t like goat cheese so I subbed burrata ripped into chunks. The candied walnuts were also amazing!! Had to be careful not to eat them all lol

    1. Hey there,
      Awesome! It’s so great to hear that this recipe was enjoyed, thanks a lot for making it! Have the best weekend❄️ xTieghan

  6. 5 stars
    I made this for a Christmas menu as part of my food tech and the family loved this salad.

    Thanks for the recipe!

  7. 5 stars
    This is hands down the best salad, with the best candied nuts and the easiest dressing ever. Tried it for the first time last holiday season and it is the only salad I’ve regularly made. The nuts are incredibly addicting though so be careful to leave some in the salad!

  8. 5 stars
    This is so delicious! We made it for a weeknight meal and added grilled chicken. It was such a hit I served it again to family with our Christmas meal and we were left with a big empty salad bowl!

  9. 5 stars
    I made this spectacular salad for New Year’s Eve dinner and it was a huge hit. Make it exactly as written and you and your guests will not be disappointed. Do watch the walnuts – mine were done after twelve minutes. Thank you Tieghan for your fabulous recipes and beautiful photography!

    1. Hey Rachel,
      Thank you so very much for giving the recipe a try, I am so glad it worked out for you! Happy New Year! xTieghan

  10. 5 stars
    I’ve made this salad 3 times now and it’s such a favorite! really tasty combo, and the walnuts are really easy! I’ve only included a blood orange once – it made everything very wet and I didn’t have more greens on hand to soak up the juices, but it was still delicious. Highly recommend!

    1. Hey Laura,
      Thank you so very much for giving the recipe a try, I am so glad it worked out for you! Happy New Year! xTieghan

  11. I made this salad for the first time last week for our Christmas dinner. It was AMAZING! i can’t wait to make it again. It is the perfect winter salad and so very easy – yet impressive. I am enjoying your blog and recipes so very much!

  12. 4 stars
    This salad is absolutely delicious but a word of caution. I made the candied walnuts according to the recipe and at 15 minutes they were smoking. They are now sitting on my front step so that my smoke detector doesn’t go off. Watch them closely and maybe take out after 10 minutes!

  13. 5 stars
    Made this last night among other Italian recipes of yours and I was a little frustrated (my grocery store did not have the arils and being in a hurry for the feast I was getting them out manually and had them all over my blouse…then I was worried about my walnuts – they came out stuck together in a sheetlike glaze….all that frustration for nothing as it was sooooooo delicious! What a medley of flavors bursting in my mouth in every bite and I just couldn’t get enough. I wasn’t alone, everyone was taking seconds…thank goodness this made a large salad and we had enough!! Thank you!

  14. 5 stars
    This salad made me feel like a professional chef. I made all the pieces (even whacked the pomegranate seeds out of the pomegranate). It was delicious and honestly the perfect healthy pairing for any meal!

  15. 5 stars
    made this tonight, threw some chicken on top and called it dinner! yummy and healthy. i’ve never tried fig preserves before but i like it! thanks, tieghan!

    1. Hey there,
      You can use any cheese you like:) I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you have any other questions! Happy Holidays! xTieghan

  16. This looks amazing! I apologize if this is a repeat question; I scanned through everything and didn’t see it. Can you make the walnuts ahead of time? If so, what’s the best way to store and for how long?
    Thanks for your amazing recipes!!

  17. This salad was divine- even my husband who doesn’t abide “sweet” in his salty loved it! I used some fresh dandelion greens and frisée that I found. And you are so right about the walnuts being addictive. I think we got our Omega 3 quota for the entire month! I will absolutely be adding this salad to my own holiday repertoire this year. Thanks, Tieghan!

  18. This looks wonderful! What kind of balsamic vinegar do you use? There are so many kinds — some thick, some thin, some light, some dark, etc.

    Thank you!

    1. Hey Elle,
      I use a dark balsamic vinegar from Whole Foods. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan

  19. 5 stars
    Holy crap I think I’ve found my new favorite salad. I’m not often a fan of so much fruit in my salads but the combination of the cranberries and pomegranates were amazing with the fig vinaigrette. Also, the walnuts were absolutely the BEST part. I am planning to make these again on their own just to put with other things like oatmeal/yogurt. Tastes (and makes your home smell) like fall!

  20. Love this recipe but have to say I used the original one so many times the last few winters…can you please also re-add this as I never had a chance to save it.

    1. Hi there!! It’s the exact same recipe, no changes where made 🙂 Please let me know if you have any other questions. I am so glad you love this recipe! Thank you!! xTieghan

  21. Omg … this was heaven on a plate!! For those who haven’t made it yet, please do add the cara cara orange , it is a such a great surprise in the midst of all the other flavors. This recipe is perfection and will be made again and again!! Thank you so much for this recipe !!

  22. 5 stars
    Yum! This salad was so fresh and flavorful. Blood orange and pomegranate arils were new ingredients for me but wow they elevated this salad! I added on some chicken breast for long days at work for some extra protein!

  23. 5 stars
    This salad was perfect for our Church potluck last weekend! Everyone ate it up and just took on about it. Thank you Tieghan for ALL your wonderful recipes. .

  24. Made it this Christmas…subbed feta for goat cheese. Also subbed apricot for fig (didn’t have fig or I would have loved to try it).
    It was delicious and permanently a Christmas tradition. YOUR recipes are truly beautiful. I appreciate the aesthetics and the freshness and the great flavors! I’m working my way through your Half-baked harvest cookbook. Loved the Summer Carbonara!

  25. 5 stars
    Woah. Made this for dinner tonight, added some chopped chicken and a side of ciabatta/olive oil. And let me just say wow soooo good. Like sooooooooo good. When I was cleaning up after, I was literally hand-scooping the yummy bits out of the serving dish when no one was looking! Highly recommend, absolutely can not wait to make this again.

  26. 5 stars
    I made this twice in two weeks for guests. Delicious, light and full of flavor. Luckily there is leftover dressing for more salads.

  27. 5 stars
    Made this for Christmas dinner, and it was such a hit. Dressing was delicious, and I’m looking forward to making the walnuts to keep handy as a snack!

  28. 5 stars
    This salad is AMAZING! I made it for Christmas Day. I used Arugula. I was so delicious. I normally don’t like leftover salad but I enjoyed this one the next day!

  29. 5 stars
    Great recipe. I ended up using just Romain and Spinach vs the above types of lettuce. And looking back on the ingredients looks like I forgot the blood oranges, which I had, Definitely will be making this again! I failed to take a picture.

  30. Thank you for this amazing salad recipe! This salad has been my family go to salad too for four years and it is the most requested. I can’t tell you how many times I get requested to make this.

  31. 5 stars
    I made this the first time last December for Christmas dinner. I am no chef! But this was SO easy and amazing it really did make me look like I could pull off an amazing dinner! Thank you! The flavors mix so so well together. It has now become our salad for Christmas dinner!

  32. 5 stars
    Love this salad. We make the walnuts just to eat sometimes too. They are delicious. The goat cheese and poms and crunch of the nuts is so satisfying. The dressing is light. Salads are a constant meal or side at almost if not every meal. My young kiddos will eat this no problem. This one is a winner and we make it frequently. Realized I never reviewed it on your site as I am planning thanksgiving. This will be on the table along with the hassle back butternut squash! Thank you Tieghan!

  33. 5 stars
    This is the best tasting salad I’ve ever had – no joke! I changed one thing only because I forgot to pick up fig preserves. So I used Medjool dates and blended 2 of them to make a paste-like preserve, at least the texture was similar. The taste was amazing!! I can’t wait to make it again!!

  34. 5 stars
    I made this salad last Christmas and it has become the standard to which all other salads are measured! My entire family loved it and says it is their favorite salad of all time! I replaced the walnuts with almonds since my mother is allergic but it was still a tasty addition!

    1. HI! They are from Anthropologie, but they are a few years old now. Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope you love this recipe. Thanks so much!! xTieghan ?

  35. I made this last weekend for a party. Absolutely delicious! I used a thick aged balsamic that I had on hand. Everyone loved it!

  36. Made this salad 3 times within two weeks because it’s so delicious. It was also a huge success at a baby shower. Thank you so much for sharing it with us! Greetings from Germany.

  37. This was a fantastic salad! I just made last night for Christmas dinner and got rave reviews! I used a baby kale mix and arugula which worked well. The walnuts are DELICIOUS – I left about a handful out just to have as snack. A MUST TRY RECIPE

  38. I made this salad this weekend for a dinner party, was a huge success!!! Going to another party in 2 weeks, will bring it there as well! Def a keeper!

  39. AMAZING is the word I have for this salad. I was checking out new recipes for Christmas Dinner 2015 and came upon your website. We’re not big salad eaters here, but thought the “extras” would entice. Not only did they entice, the salad was devoured and has been requested since. 10 out of 10 – we’d do it again 😉 Who knew home-made dressing could be so delicious, yet so easy? Thank you, Tieghan!!

  40. Made tonight for holiday gathering without using those salad packs as I had ingredients on hand. Added 1/2 tsp Dijon with tarragon for a little bite, skipped cheese for allergy reasons and it was AWESOME! I’m planning to eat it with grilled chicken for dinner tomorrow. Thank you for sharing!

    1. Hey Melinda! I just added you! You should have a confirmation email in your inbox now. Let me know if you have any problems! Happy Holidays! 🙂

  41. I made this for lunch today and, to make it more substantial, I marinated chicken breasts in some extra dressing and roasted them, before shredding them. It worked really well. The candied walnuts are awesome!

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  43. A beautiful combination of ingredients! I should eat more lentils,
    this salad would be a great way to add them to my diet.

  44. What a visually stunning salad! I love the textures and flavors…I could almost taste it. Definitely going to save this to my favorites to make soon.

  45. Everything I love in one salad. Gimme please and thanks. You are so great, I feel like we should hang. mmmmk? 🙂 Have a great Christmas!

  46. This salad looks amazing. I need more salad and less cookies in my life right now… at least for one day.

  47. Can I just say that I love your blog..I come here at least once a week and maybe more to check for updates. Always such delicious food that I find myself trying at home as well!

  48. This salad looks incredible. I love love love the addition of maple candied walnuts.
    Incredible photos as always..

  49. We love to make and prepare foods , this would be great and all of the items will definitely be used . Love all of the items I must say.

  50. Totally making it this week 🙂 Might add some chicken (mustard marinated? herb roasted?) to make it more meal-like. Great recipe idea, Tieghan!

  51. Hej, i just wanted to say that i will make you the deal– will give apron to you if i win 🙂 Joking.. but wanted to say that the box that enables you to enter additional entries disappeared after i left a comment.. would so share this on Facebook.

  52. This salad look SO good and festive! May add this to the menu this week along with that coffee rubbed roast you posted today!

  53. Your photography just keeps getting better and better. I seem to be craving salad lately, and want to dive right in here. It looks like layers of jewels with the candied walnuts and the pomegranate seeds. Thanks!

  54. Your blog has quickly become one of my favorites! Would love to win a give-away! I just pinned the Prime Rip, it’s like you were reading my mind.

  55. Would love to see more recipes like this on the blog! The sweets and treats are great, but I’m more likely to take to the interwebz in search of entrees and creative, healthy side dishes.

  56. This salad looks so good! My mom and I are always looking to try out new salads… this will have to be served at my birthday brunch in January, for sure :).

  57. Oh my goodness this looks delicious! I’ve lost 30 pounds this year and if this salad can keep me away from sweets I might just have a chance of keeping it all off this holiday season!

  58. This is my kind of salad, we love balsamic vinegar so much, that we don’t have any other dressings in our fridge ( store-bought). And I’ve been obsessed with pomegranate since i tried your salad with pumpking and pomegrante dressing ( have been making it every week for the last month!), so definitely making this!

  59. Your salad is so lovely. I’ve become obsessed by those pomegranate pips and have just given in and bought them already freed from the skins in the little salad boxes. This is not because it is that hard to break apart a pomegranate, but because I really, really like them and want them to keep being sold in the store. What does that make me I wonder?
    {in the contest I am Margot Core on the Rafflecopter}

  60. I love how pretty this salad is, some of my favorite winter flavors. Serving it out of that bowl at Christmas would be amazing!

  61. This salad looks delicious and BEAUTIFUL! Also, gives me a great idea on a new salad dressing I want to try making.

  62. That is one gorgeous salad. Balsamic Fig dressing sounds delish. A must try on the top of my list

  63. The second I saw the picture, I knew this was going on my “to-make” list for an easy meal next semester. Thanks so much for a yummy dinner/lunch idea!

  64. This salad looks really delicious. I am definitely going to try. Thanks for this beautiful recipe and for the great give away.

  65. Whoa, this salad was made for me! It has all of my favorite flavors, plus it’s so festive-looking; perfect for a holiday meal!

  66. I make a similar salad and love it! Will definitely try the dressing, sounds delicious! I just use boring vinaigrette! Pinned!

  67. This looks so delicious. I’m thinking if I eat this for dinner it will cancel out eating that Crazy Delicious Dessert you posted yesterday, I can’t stop thinking about it!
    I’ve never owned a apron, but seriously need one. & Luv the wood bowl.

  68. This looks really good, love figs all year round, and I bet i have some preserves in my fridge. Honestly though, your food always looks good.

  69. This is my kind of salad. I absolutely love all the flavors mixed in here and the seasonally-fresh pomegranates!

  70. So happy you posted a salad today! I have been craving salad, but unsure of what to make! This is definitely going on my grocery list 🙂

  71. I love your blog and recipes. You really have a gift for combining unique ingredients and flavors. Thanks for sharing your talent with us….you are a blessing.

  72. Yum! I have always loved this combination of flavors, this is very similar to the type my grandma used to make all the time! I love your blog by the way, I decided about a year ago at 15 to make dinner every night for my family, and after discovering your blog a couple of weeks ago I went a whole week and half where I only cooked dinners using your recipes! 🙂

  73. This salad is made of all my favorite things! Never thought to use fig preserves, I’m always crying when it isn’t fig season! This sounds delicious.

  74. I need a salad right now after all these Christmas cookies I’ve been scarfing down all month! And this one looks delicious!

  75. Tieghan, you have done it again! My family sees a Beautiful dish that taste’s amazing on our table and says, ” Half Baked Harvest?”… My response.. YES!

  76. Tieghen this salad looks gorgeous and a big THANK YOU for hosting this amazing giveaway!! Hoping to win!

  77. I agree with you – this salad is lovely. Last year my local grocer sold containers of pomegranate seeds but I haven’t seen them yet this year. I’m making this salad for Christmas dinner. Thanks for the giveaway – it looks fabulous.

  78. This looks similar to a salad I made all the time, although the addition of fig is genius! And I’m slowly becoming a goat cheese fan, so I will be making this very soon!

  79. We have arugula and pomegranates growing in the back yard waiting for this salad. I’ve already candied pecans from our 3 pecan trees in the back, and have fig preserves I made (my husband, thankfully, likes to grow things). I love ALL your recipes, and this will be on my table tonight!

  80. Tieghan, this salad is gorgeous and I love that balsamic! The winner of the giveaway will need to feature this salad pronto in their new gear! I’d love to make this winter salad for Christmas dinner.

  81. Love that salad dressing! Going to make it tonight! And thst serving bowl is to die for, love that it is paired with stainlss tongs

  82. The colors of this winter salad warmed me the moment I saw it. The dressing is amazing and the addition of the walnuts, pomegranate seeds, cranberries and goat cheese are so bright…I love the salad kits…so easy after a long day at work!

    Made this with French Onion soup and bread I’d made over the weekend and froze and thawed…this will be on my menu often…..and the baby kale was perfect! Thanks for the inspiration Tieghan.

  83. I just bought my first pomegranate the other day. I sat it next to a big salad last night so people could get what they wanted. Thanks for a chance to win.

  84. This is perfect, and will definitely be on our Christmas table! I love your usual over-the-top recipes, but it’s always good to have a reminder of balance at this time of the year. Thank you!!

  85. Looks delicious! I actually crave salads along with all the holiday indulgences. It balances things out, tight? Thanks for giveaway.!

  86. You mentioned this once before and I searched for it locally and I’m glad I did not only for the toppings but also the pastas–they’re so good.
    We eat a lot of salads Christmas week so we can enjoy all the goodies.
    Have a good Sunday.

  87. Hm, the rafflecopter doesn’t say what kind of comment to make unless I totally misread something which I probably did at 5:50 a.m. But I will say the apron? Seriously cute! The pictures of the salad? Beautiful!

  88. This week in my CSA box I had arugula, mixed greens, a pomegranate and walnuts….so this is the perfect salad to put together with ingredients I have on hand……can’t wai to try it!

  89. This looks lovey. I tend to forget about salads in winter and go for soup, but some days I really need a change. This looks so good: a perfect balance of sweet, salty and tangy and so beautiful to top it off!

  90. Looks amazing! I have the biggest obsession with balsamic fig anything, especially when combined with goats cheese, walnuts and cranberries! I bet pecans would be mega in this as well, plus some sweet potato if you wanted to bulk it out a bit. Love the look of the giveaway, what a great selection.

  91. So sorry, yes it is 2 cups walnuts. Recipe is all fixed. Please let me know if you have other questions. Hope you love this recipe! Happy Holiday’s ? 🙂