Wednesday, November 14, 2018

10 Delicious Cranberry Recipes for Your Thanksgiving Celebrations

Good morning! I hope that you are having a great week. Mine has been great although to be honest I am already tired of the cold, wet weather and it is not even winter. What happened to Fall? We are getting another Nor'easter today and the weather is going to be in the high 30's and low 40's. Those are temperatures we typically see in January. Oh well, I guess that means I am supposed to stay home, nest and bake some tasty treats. 

Valdosta Pecans with Cranberries and Orange

Fall and winter to me are all about pumpkin and cranberries. Today I am going to share 10 fabulous cranberry recipes for your holiday celebrations. 

Baked Cambozola Cheese with Cranberries and Pecans. This creamy blue cheese appetizer is perfect for game day, a holiday party or even Thanksgiving weekend, all you need to accompany it are a few apple slices and some water crackers

Cranberry Twists are an easy and delicious breakfast treat. 

Cranberry Almond Coffeecake  is another great breakfast or brunch recipe. 

Sugared Cranberries are perfect to decorate your turkey or your desserts like the cheesecake below. 

Eggnog Cheesecake with Sugared Cranberries

Dorie Greenspans' All in One Holiday Bundt Cake is filled with all of the flavors of the season, spicespumpkin and cranberries


In addition to  Dories'  All in One Holiday Bundt Cake you could make a Cranberry Almond Bundt Cake for your holiday buffet, both cakes are great for Thanksgiving or Christmas. 

Cranberry Almond Dark Chocolate Biscotti  is perfect for your dessert bar, or after dinner coffee. It is also an easy cookie to make to give away at the holidays. 

This Cranberry Apple Chutney is one of my favorite things to make at this time of the year, it is perfect for leftover turkey sandwiches and another great gift to make for the holidays to give away. 

If you aren't a fan of cranberries you might like a few of my 10 Favorite Fall Desserts from this post. 

If you like cranberries and have a favorite recipe or two or more to share please do. I am always looking for new things to try. 

Have a great day and stay warm friends. 

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  1. Whenever somebody asks what to bring me from the U.S., I say a can of cranberries. The sugared ones are so beautiful on top of the cakes.
    Eggnog cheesecake sounds like a very good idea.

  2. I don't think I've ever had cranberry chutney. Need to try that one for sure!


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