19 Delicious Cranberry Sauce Recipes
From traditional cranberry sauce recipes to spicy cranberry relish, these flavorful condiments are guaranteed to be a hit at your holiday get-together.
Make, and break, the mold with this homemade version of classic cranberry sauce.
- Recipe: Cranberry-Apricot Sauce
The flesh and juice of oranges and a shot of orange liqueur help balance the tartness of cranberries in this coarsely chopped condiment.
- Recipe: Cranberry-Orange Relish
Red pepper jelly adds a bit of spice to this chutney, while chunky applesauce and orange zest gives texture and flavor. This spicy chutney pairs well with turkey or pork.
- Recipe: Spicy Cranberry-Orange Chutney
Cilantro, jalapeño peppers, and navel oranges add a spicy-citrus kick to Cranberry Salsa.
- Recipe: Cranberry Salsa
Serve this brightly flavored condiment alongside turkey fajitas, grilled chicken, or pork. Like it hot? Keep the jalapeño seeds.
- Recipe: Clementine-Cranberry Salsa
You can make this a day ahead and store it in an airtight container in the fridge. Let stand at room temperature 30 minutes before serving.
A mix of fresh and dried cranberries team up with Granny Smith apples for an irresistible holiday treat. Make a double batch, and send the extra home with guests.
- Recipe: Double Cranberry-Apple Sauce
A sweet-tangy accompaniment to a variety of grilled meats, Texas Cranberry Chutney also makes a mouthwatering appetizer when served over cream cheese or warm Brie. Be sure to send a jar home with your guests.
- Recipe: Texas Cranberry Chutney
Make this compote at your next holiday meal for a delicious and classic side dish.
- Recipe: Cranberry Compote
The cranberries in this recipe are left raw and shredded for extra crunch and tartness. Be sure to use clementines which, unlike tangerines, are seedless.
- Recipe: Cranberry Clementine Relish
Show off the festive flavor of cranberries with this sweet-hot salsa. You can make it ahead and freeze up to one month before your holiday gathering.
- Recipe: Cranberry-Jalapeño Salsa
This chutney recipe is loaded with spices like ginger, lime, and jalapeño pepper.
- Recipe: Cranberry Chutney
"My cranberry salad has become a staple at our Thanksgiving table because of its beautiful color, taste, and texture. Everyone seems to love this dish. I started adding the maraschino cherries to temper the tartness of the cranberries. The other fruits were added to satisfy family members' tastes. This recipe has a lot of flexibility, and that's why I love it so much." —SL reader Shawn Jackson, Fishers, IN
Recipe: Old-School Cranberry Salad
We were so inspired by Old-School Cranberry Salad that we created a new version using fresh oranges and pineapple in place of canned and subbing dried cherries for maraschinos.
Recipe: New-School Cranberry Salad