Recipes for Those Who Can’t Get Enough Cranberry Sauce
If you’re someone who piles on the cranberry sauce at your Thanksgiving dinner, then you are going to truly love these recipes. Each recipe incorporates cranberries in a unique way and we’re absolutely loving them. Here are our favorite Thanksgiving recipes for those who can’t get enough cranberry sauce on their plate!
Forget cranberry sauce, these meatballs will be your family's new favorite Thanksgiving side dish! Just 3 simple ingredients - cranberry sauce, barbeque sauce, and meatballs! Cook in a pan or throw it into the crock pot to let it cook all day long.
Get the recipe from Yellow Bliss Road.
This dip is the perfect mix of sweet and spicy! If you’re not a fan of spicy foods, don’t let the title scare you away. It’s not as spicy as one would think because the cream cheese mellows it out. This appetizer will quickly become your family's favorite dip (trust us!)
Get the recipe from No Biggie.
If you have a huge family, sometimes the normal meats like ham and turkey isn’t enough to feed your family on Thanksgiving. Including this pork tenderloin is a tasty addition to the spread, and your family might even prefer it over the turkey and ham!
Get the recipe from Little Bit Of.
Forget the store bought stuffing, your guests will want this unique stuffing every year! The sweet and tart cranberries mixed with the savory taste of the sausage - you can’t go wrong! This is a MUST at thanksgiving!
Get the recipe from Fav Family Recipes.
These cranberry feta pinwheels can be served as an easy appetizer that you can make up to 24 hours ahead of time. Your guests will love the unique sweet and creamy filling of this unusual Thanksgiving treat. Choose a red (tomato) wrap or green (spinach) wrap to add even more color to this festive dish!
Get the recipe from Spend With Pennies.
This isn’t your typical meatloaf - It’s loaded with juicy apples and dried cranberries for a sweet and savory entree. You can even make this meatloaf in muffin tins for a personal sized meatloaf portions, making it easy to serve at your Thanksgiving dinner.
Get the recipe from Wishful Chef.
This cranberry and apple pork chop recipe is great for those who have a large family to feed on Thanksgiving. This dice and go recipe is so simple. Just cut up the ingredients and add them to the crock pot. No pre-browning or pre-cooking necessary, which is why it makes for the perfect entree to throw in the crock pot during your busy Thanksgiving morning.
Get the recipe from Bren Did.
A tasty and festive appetizer to serve at your Thanksgiving dinner or holiday party. The sweet pomegranate, tart cranberries and cream cheese makes a delicious spread for a crostini. Mhhmm!
Get the recipe from Tabler Party of Two.
Looking for recipe ideas for your leftover Thanksgiving food? Check out these 7 delicious turkey sandwiches that you can make for your kid’s school lunches or to take to work!