11 Ways to Use Cranberries (Other Than Cranberry Sauce)

By F&W Editors Posted October 14, 2016

They’re not just for Thanksgiving.

Cranberry sauce is a Thanksgiving staple, but it’s not the only great way to use the delicious red fruit. Here, nine excellent ways to use cranberries this season.

1. Cranberry Panna Cotta

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Use buttermilk instead of cream for a healthier version of this easy, five-ingredient dessert.

2. Cranberry-Spice Cocktail

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Hard cider and Aperol complement cranberries in this fun cocktail.

3. Cranberry-Glazed Pumpkin Pie

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Store-bought gingersnaps make quick work of the crust for this festive pie.

4. Brown Butter-Cranberry Tart

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Pastry chef Katherine Thompson’s holiday desert is a terrific cross between a tart and cake.

5. Cranberry and Orange Pavlovas

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This Pavlova features whipped cream on top of the crisp meringue shell, which tastes a lot like a Creamsicle.

6. Cranberry-Almond Flour Bread

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Can’t decide between savory or sweet? This quick bread could go either direction depending on what you spread on it: mild cheese, jam or honey are just a few options. Plus, it's equally delicious on its own.

7. Cranberry-Pecan Bread Pudding with Bacon

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A good loaf of cranberry-nut bread from a bakery has so much flavor that there's no need to trick it up with lots of ingredients. As the pudding bakes, the bread becomes almost custardlike, with a crispy brown top.

8. Double Cranberry Muffins

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With tart colorful cranberries both inside and atop these muffins, they are the perfect morning treat for cranberry fans.

9. Big White Chocolate, Almond and Cranberry Cookies

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Almond flour and toasted almonds give these crispy, chewy cookies doubly nutty flavor.

10. Rosé Sangria with Cranberries and Apples

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Perfect for fall, this strong but not overly sweet sangria is nicely spiced with cinnamon, anise and cloves.

11. Cranberry-Chia Seed Scones

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The cranberries give these scones such a bright pop of color and flavor.

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