Maybe cranberry sauce and cranberry muffins are the only things you think of when you hear the word cranberry. If that’s the case, these cranberry recipes are going to change your holiday cooking game. Pick up fresh berries at the grocery store or use the dried version for salads and cookies.
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Cinnamon rolls are an iconic American breakfast, but if you’re looking for a way to change up the flavors in your favorite morning meal, these cranberry-orange rolls will do the trick.
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There are so many cheeses from around the world to try, but French brie might be one of the best to pair with the tart taste of cranberries. This pomegranate cranberry baked brie is a must-have at dinner parties.
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Stuffing is a Thanksgiving dish that doesn’t last long as a leftover. Luckily, this cranberry macadamia nut stuffing is so tasty, that may not be a concern.
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Sure, you can pick up premade desserts from Trader Joe’s or bulk desserts from Costco, but baking these cranberry nut cookies will make your home smell like the holidays, and they’ll be warm and chewy when they’re fresh out of the oven.
Slow cooker recipes are necessary during the busy times in our lives, and the holiday season is certainly one of those times. This slow cooker cranberry sauce calls for only five ingredients, so it won’t take much effort at all.
There are plenty of unexpected ingredients to bake cookies with, but when it comes to macadamia and cranberry white chocolate chunk cookies, it’s best to stick to the basics.
Not all holiday treats have to be loaded with sugar. If you’re working toward certain fitness goals and want to cut out sugar where you can, this reduced sugar cranberry apple streusel pie is still sweet and totally delicious.
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If you like apple pies but you like to switch up the autumnal sweets, this pear and cranberry crumble pie is sweet, tart and filled with seasonal spices.
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If you don’t want to make your cranberry sauce in a slow cooker, this recipe just uses a stove and a saucepan. Having the right type of pan is a must, so here’s an explainer that will help you determine which tools work best.
This cranberry-apple cobbler pie is one of the best pies to bake for the holiday season. Scoop vanilla ice cream on the side or top it with whipped cream for extra fun.
This vegetarian take on traditional Thanksgiving stuffing packs a flavorful punch. Instead of butter and chicken stock, this recipe calls for ghee or olive oil and vegetable stock.
Making dinner at home feel like a restaurant might seem difficult, but it’s all in the technique. These cranberry sage pork dumplings are too pretty to pass up, and they’ll make you feel like a culinary pro.
Oysters are no simple weeknight dinner, so if you’re opting for something fancier, why not try these Wellfleet oysters with cranberry mignonette?
If you’re having guests over for a dinner party, this white cranberry peach party punch will give everyone a fruity satisfaction.
Whether it’s bread pudding, banana bread or pumpkin bread, there are so many made-from-scratch loaves you can try this fall. Bake this cranberry orange bread for a tart treat, and don’t forget to top it with melted butter before you enjoy it.
If party hosting and holidays aren’t your thing and you’d rather be on the beach, this libation is for you. The sparkling cranberry spritzer is tropical and will remind you of warmer days spent in the sand.
The best-ever burger recipes are great during any season, and this autumnal burger features a cranberry chutney and brie on top of a turkey burger.
You won’t need to head to the best dessert shop in your state if you bake this streusel-topped cranberry pear tart. The sweet pear and the bitter cranberry pair beautifully.
Breakfast cereal is great until it gets boring. Spice up your fall mornings with this sweet cranberry walnut breakfast quinoa.
Unlike no-bake dessert recipes, this cranberry mascarpone cheesecake does require some oven baking. The chocolate cookie crumb base paired with cranberries is simply divine.
You won’t need boxed cake mix for this cranberry custard trifle — it’s all from scratch. For added richness, make the whipped cream topping from scratch too.
There are so many yummy breakfast foods to choose from, it can be hard to pick. Luckily, when the right produce is in season, it can make a recipe a lot easier to choose. These cranberry pecan breakfast buns will make the whole house smell like an autumn candle.
When you avoid foods that aren’t part of a healthy diet, you’ll probably notice that you feel more energized and your digestive system is probably feeling better. If you’re trying to stick to healthy eating and you’re looking for a way to get antioxidants in, try this beet and berry juice cleanse.
Baked brie and cranberries are on this list in various forms quite a bit, and that’s because this creamy, soft cheese is perfect for cranberries. They’re a match made in appetizer heaven, and if you’re thinking of adding this recipe to your Thanksgiving dinner lineup, here are more side dishes to make on the holiday.
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