Cranberry-Orange Snacking Cake, pictured above. Sweet citrus makes a great pair for cranberries. With whole-wheat pastry flour, this cake makes a not-too-sweet afternoon treat. If you like the cranberry-orange combo but aren’t in the mood for cake, try Cranberry Orange Walnut Biscotti.
Cranberry Glaze. When buying cookies, sometimes the brightly colored glazes don’t add much to the flavor. This homemade, bright pink cranberry glaze needs no help with color or flavor! Kids and adults alike will enjoy decorating — then eating — cookies with this glaze.
Cranberry-Ginger Punch. Tart cranberry with ginger and sparkling wine make for a bright, festive drink for any occasion you feel like celebrating, whether it be a socially distant picnic or dinner with housemates.
Pumpkin Cranberry Waffles. If you ever need an excuse to whip up some waffles, here you go! Warming spices plus sweet pumpkin and maple syrup work well with cranberries.
Chewy Cranberry, Millet and Pistachio Bars. Puffed quinoa or rice could sub for the millet as the crispy foil for chewy dried cranberries.
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