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73 Best Cranberry Recipes for Thanksgiving and Beyond

Epicurious Logo By The Editors of Epicurious of Epicurious | Slide 1 of 74: Whether you opt for homemade cranberry sauce or the canned variety at Thanksgiving, you may want a few more cranberry recipes for the rest of the season—or even the rest of the year. Frozen cranberries, dried cranberries, and canned cranberry sauce are a boon to your pantry in any month. Wonderfully versatile, cranberry sauce (or relish or chutney or conserve) can serve as more than a mere Thanksgiving side dish: Spoon tart fresh cranberry relish over a pork chop, swirl canned cranberry sauce into a snack cake, or mix a little of either in a tangy cranberry cocktail. You can go beyond basic sauce, too. How about a lemony cranberry-topped pie? An appetizer of sugared cranberries paired with brie? Below, you’ll find our favorite ways to cook and bake with cranberries, including tons of sauces for your Thanksgiving menu, plus jam, cakes, crumbles, savory side dishes, and more uses for dried, fresh, or frozen cranberries.

Whether you opt for homemade cranberry sauce or the canned variety at Thanksgiving, you may want a few more cranberry recipes for the rest of the season—or even the rest of the year. Frozen cranberries, dried cranberries, and canned cranberry sauce are a boon to your pantry in any month. Wonderfully versatile, cranberry sauce (or relish or chutney or conserve) can serve as more than a mere Thanksgiving side dish: Spoon tart fresh cranberry relish over a pork chop, swirl canned cranberry sauce into a snack cake, or mix a little of either in a tangy cranberry cocktail.

You can go beyond basic sauce, too. How about a lemony cranberry-topped pie? An appetizer of sugared cranberries paired with brie? Below, you’ll find our favorite ways to cook and bake with cranberries, including tons of sauces for your Thanksgiving menu, plus jam, cakes, crumbles, savory side dishes, and more uses for dried, fresh, or frozen cranberries.

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