The most delicious compilation of vegan cranberry recipes! They’re tart, sweet, and perfect in just about any dish!
8 VEGAN CRANBERRY HOLIDAY RECIPES
Cranberries are winter’s fruit. Their vibrant color, tangy flavor, and versatility make them the perfect choice for brightening up the stark winter landscape. You can add them to savory recipes, such as salads, you can certainly put them in sweet baked goods, such as cookies and quick breads, and you should definitely make a mouth puckering sauce out of them that you can spoon on top of almost everything. That’s why I put this collection of vegan cranberry recipes together, because I want you to take advantage of the best little winter berries mother nature has to offer at this time of year.
Our Favorite Vegan Cranberry Recipes!
Cranberry Orange Pancakes
Let’s get the morning started with the most delicious cranberry pancakes this side of the North Pole. You’ll find big pucker up and kiss me in the morning pieces of fresh cranberry in every bite, along with the sweet flavor of orange to tame the tang. Click here to get the recipe.
Christmas Power Salad with Orange Dressing
Make your salad powerful with antioxidant rich cranberries! This Christmas Power Salad is one big bowl of healthy deliciousness. The dressing has a nice orange flavor (are you seeing a theme here?) and softens the tart fresh cranberries. Serve this at your next gathering and you might even see salad haters putting some on their plates. Click here for the recipe.
Cranberry Apple Compote
Apples and oranges, or, apples and cranberries? I say as long as there are cranberries there’s no wrong answer. This Cranberry Apple Compote is so warm and cozy, and it smells amazing when it’s cooking. Eat it as is or spoon onto your morning oatmeal for a special treat. Click here for the recipe.
Cranberry Lemon Quick Bread
Cranberry Lemon Quick Bread! Make this in small bread pans and give them as gifts, just make sure that you save a few for yourself because this bread is so delicious and the texture is fantastic. Click here for the recipe.
Cranberry Clementine Sauce
Holiday dinner isn’t holiday dinner without a scrumptious bowl of Cranberry Clementine Sauce. Truth. It’s so easy to make your own, and it’s fun! Listening to the berries pop is music to my ears. Make sure you make enough for leftovers so you can put it over nice cream or oatmeal in the morning. Click here for the recipe.
Chocolate Cranberry Coconut Macaroons
Chocolate, coconut, and fresh cranberries! Oh yeah, Christmas cookies don’t get much better than these. Chocolate Cranberry Coconut Macaroons are dreamy, and dangerous, because you’re going to have a hard time stepping away from them once you start eating. Trust me, I know. Click here for the recipe.
Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti
Tied in the cranberry cookie competition is this amazing Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti recipe. It took me three years to replicate the texture of my original biscotti recipe that called for eggs. Thanks to the miraculous brine that you’ll find in a can of chickpeas, you can now enjoy a crispy and chewy biscotti with your coffee or tea that’s egg and dairy free. Thank you aquafaba! Click here for the recipe.
Vegan Eggnog French Toast with Cranberry Maple Syrup
Christmas morning deserves the most festive breakfast of the year! My Vegan Eggnog French Toast with Cranberry Maple Syrup will not disappoint. You don’t need eggs to make a good French toast, and the vegan eggnog that you’ll soak the bread in gives the toast a wonderful holiday flavor. Top it with yummy cranberry maple syrup and Santa will turn his sleigh around and head back to your house for breakfast. Click here for the recipe.
If you love cranberries as much as I do you’re going to love all of these vegan holiday recipes. I can’t pick a favorite because they’re all so good. Try them and then let me know which one you love the most.
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