10 Cranberry Desserts Your Family Will Absolutely Love!

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If you love cranberry as much as I do, you’ll totally flip over these delicious cranberry desserts!

Cranberry is such a wonderful fall and winter flavor, don’t you think? I look forward to that fresh, tart flavor year after year. Most people only think about canned cranberry around the holidays, but there are so many awesome cranberry desserts that can be made using fresh cranberries, too.

Cranberries are not only flavorful, but they are really good for you too. They are loaded with antioxidants that can help with your heart, brain and skin. That’s a great reason to add more of them into your diet, right? I think so!

Thanksgiving and Christmas are coming right up, and I can’t wait to try making some of these delicious cranberry desserts. I’m sure they will be a huge hit with my family, and it will be fun to try something new! Take a look at the list of cranberry desserts below and delight your family’s taste buds with a tasty treat this holiday season. Need an idea for a potluck? These recipes would work well for that occasion too! It’s always fun to bring a new recipe no one has ever tried before and be the hit of the party!

10 Cranberry Desserts to Crave

Cranberry Cheesecake – From Gate to Plate
Chocolate Orange Cranberry Fudge – Beyond Frosting
Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies – Sunny Sweet Days
Sweet & Scrumptious Cranberry Bread – Busy Being Jennifer
Low Sugar Cranberry Coconut Macaroons – Food Done Light
Cranberry Walnut White Chocolate Oatmeal Cookie Bites – The Frugal Fairy
Cranberry Loaf with Eggnog Icing – JaMonkey
Cranberry Cashew Bark – All She Cooks
Orange Cranberry Biscotti – Cooking on the Front Burner
Cranberry Tea Cookies – PPR Giveaways & Freebies

Don’t these cranberry desserts all sound amazing? I can’t decide which one I like the best!

Which of these great cranberry desserts will you try making this holiday season?

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