Cranberry Muffins

A hint of orange zest elevates the flavor of cranberry muffins. Or try one of the many variations for cranberry muffins in this comprehensive recipe collection. The deep red color adds to their appeal for Thanksgiving feasts and Christmas buffets.

Cranberry Walnut Muffins

Better Homes and Gardens

Try this delicious breakfast muffin recipe with dried cranberries, rolled oats, and walnuts.

Cranberry-Cornmeal Muffins

Better Homes and Gardens

Stir cranberries and walnuts into corn muffin batter to make a warm autumn bread for a cool fall afternoon.

Cran-Banana Bread

Midwest Living

Bananas and oats blend with a box of cranberry quick-bread mix for this recipe. Serve this moist bread warm or cold at breakfast.

Cranberry-Orange Wild Rice Muffins

Midwest Living

These tart-sweet muffins are low in sugar and rich in whole grains, which makes them a perfect grab-and-go option for busy weeekday mornings. (Bonus: They are equally delicious alongside holiday roasts!)

Cranberry-Peanut Butter Bread

Better Homes and Gardens

Mix up this simple whole wheat dough and let your bread maker do the rest.

Cranberry Muffins

Better Homes and Gardens

Badger State Muffins

Midwest Living

This spiced muffin is packed with apples, cranberries, carrots, and nuts. Try one for breakfast or a snack.

Uber-Berry Muffins

Better Homes and Gardens

What makes these muffins uber-berry? A full cup of fresh and a half cup of dried fruit mixed into each dozen!

Twisted Cranberry Bread for 18

Better Homes and Gardens

While the bread machine mixes, kneads, and lets the dough rise, you can stir up the cranberry filling--and put out holiday decorations.

Harvest Bran Muffins

Fitness

Carrots, cranberries, nuts, and dried apple are added to a bran muffin mix to make a healthy breakfast or snack treats.

How to Make Cranberry Sauce

It's almost impossible to think of a Thanksgiving feast without cranberry sauce. The turkey, potatoes, gravy and all the other side dishes are important, but cranberry sauce is the finishing touch. Sure, the kind from a can will do in a pinch, but homemade is far better, and you don't have to be an expert chef to learn how to make cranberry sauce from scratch.

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