It's cranberry season here in Maine. This is the best time to stop at one of the roadside cranberry farms and buy a big bag of fresh berries for the winter. Although they seem less than spectacular when raw, cooking the berries makes them burst with tart juiciness that is so welcome during the cold winter months. If you get a chance to buy some extras, cranberries can not be eaten raw and hold up perfectly when frozen. You can toss them in the freezer and measure out what you need for a recipe. Check out these recipes we found that highlight cranberries in each one of them. They are all beautiful, tasty, and well worth the effort.
Sweet white chocolate is mixed with tart cranberries and orange flavors. It's a fall themed candy that will have them coming back for more.
Flaky scones are a treat with your cup of tea. These tender delicious scones are perfect for breakfast or brunch, and they are filled with fresh cranberries and a light mint flavor. You will never be able to eat just one.
Who ever has enough granola? When you are living a gluten free lifestyle, you may not get to enjoy this crunchy treat enough. This recipe for Gluten Free Granola with cranberries, coconut, almonds and cashews is a truly divine treat. The fact that it is also GF is just a bonus.
A simple baked crumb bar is elevated to star status by the addition of fresh cranberries. We love how sweet and tart combine to make this bars highly addictive. Aren't they perfect? Slip one into your little chef's lunchbox for a sweet surprise, too.