Cranberriesrepresent the holiday season better than any other fruit. No Thanksgiving feast would be complete without the requisite cranberry sauce. And they’re pretty much the best part of anyThanksgiving leftover sandwich. But cranberries can do more than accompany turkey — their unique tart flavor and ruby red color turn any standard dessert into a stunning one.
Simply simmered with sugar and water, cranberries make a beautiful topping on top of cakes. You can also bake them into pies, tarts, cakes and cobblers ― you basically can’t go wrong, and we’ve got the recipes to prove it.
Cranberry Upside-Down Cake
Mascarpone And Cranberry Tart With Pecan Crust
Cranberry Swirl Bread
Cranberry Orange Cinnamon Rolls
Cranberry, Ginger And Satsuma Clafoutis
Apple Cranberry Pie
Sweet Potato Cranberry Crisp
Cranberry Chocolate Cake
Cranberry, Caramel And Hazelnut Tart
Cranberry Oatmeal Crumble Bars
White Chocolate Cranberry Layer Cake
Cranberry Ginger Pie
Cranberry White Chocolate Pistachio Bark
Cranberry Blueberry Pie
Cranberry Vanilla Bean Cake
Cranberry Walnut Crumb Cake
Cranberry Pear Pie
Cranberry Pound Cake
Glazed Cranberry Orange Bread
Cranberry Eggnog Cheesecake
Sour Cranberry Pie
Cranberry-Pecan Pound Cake With Praline Frosting
Cranberry Hazelnut Tartlets
Cranberry Shortbread Cake
Fresh Cranberry Bars
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