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When are cranberries in season?
UK cranberry season begins in October and ends in December.
Easy cranberry recipes
Packed full of seasonal produce, these cranberry and almond muffins are guaranteed to get you in the mood for Christmas. The perfect mix of sweet and sour, they make a great on-the-go breakfast.
Use cranberries, pistachios and other festive ingredients to make these impressive cookies from Edd Kimber. You can even turn them into cookie sandwiches with a decadent pistachio buttercream!
Try these crispy turkey, stuffing and cranberry sausage puffs for an easy festive canapé. This recipe makes 15 and can be made well in advance, meaning you’ll be ready for all those Christmas parties.
Add a pop of colour and fruity flavour to your classic blondies with our easy recipe. These sweet treats have an indulgent cheesecake swirl running through them, they’re great for sharing.
Made with red wine and port, this tangy and indulgent cranberry sauce makes a perfect accompaniment to your Christmas turkey or goose.
Looking to jazz up your Christmas pudding? Check out this indulgent steamed pudding recipe with seasonal cranberries and fiery ginger.
Our camembert and cranberry pithivier is quick, easy and makes for an impressive starter dish. Cut this open at the table for maximum “oohs” and “aahs”.
This recipe is a New England take on the traditional British upside-down cake. It’s often made with the north-east’s famous apples, but here cranberries and pecans provide a sharp, crunchy counterpoint to the rich, buttery batter. Serve warm with ice cream, or at room temperature with a cup of tea.
Check out this gluten free goat’s cheese salad with candied sunflower seeds and cranberries, it makes for a quick and easy veggie side dish.
Try our vegan coconut butter, date and cranberry energy balls. They’re a really healthy pre-workout snack.
This cranberry butter is a delicious topping for waffles or pancakes on Christmas morning and beyond.
This recipe for gem squash with cranberry and chestnut stuffing is easy, healthy and vegetarian.
This is a great entertaining dish, it looks and tastes impressive, but is surprisingly easy to make. Use fresh cranberries if they’re in season, and make double of the sauce to use with other meat.
Make this simple, indulgent tiffin to treat someone for a festive gift. You can swap the white chocolate for dark or milk – go for the recipient’s favourite. The cranberry and ginger flavours really lift the buttery biscuit. Ready in only 30 minutes.