Christmas is only 6 1/2 weeks away! Have you started shopping yet or do you wait until the last minute? I usually like to have my shopping done a couple of weeks before Christmas so I can focus on getting out cards, wrapping, baking and such. I also like to plan out menus and recipes to try for the holidays way ahead of time. In comes the cranberries. They just scream the holidays to me so today for Sunday Inspiration I’m sharing some must try recipes this season all featuring cranberries.
Cranberry Butter made in the slow cooker sounds delicious and so easy.
Cranberry Pepper Jelly Dip is a sweet and spicy appetizer that only requires a handful of ingredients and a couple minutes of time. Perfect for pre-Thanksgiving dinner snacking.
These Turkey Cranberry Pinwheels would be a great lunch box addition or simple appetizer.
These Pan Seared Brussel Sprouts with Cranberries and Pecans just screams winter and looks amazingly delicious. I’m seriously drooling over here.
Looking for something light and healthy after all that indulging? This Cranberry Detox Juice sounds pretty divine.
I’m always down with cake for breakfast and this one has fruit in it so don’t worry, it’s healthy.
Speaking of breakfast, these Cranberry Orange Steel Cut Oats sound healthy for real. And yummy.
This Sparkling Cranberry White Chocolate Cake is just gorgeous.
I’m liking the looks of this fancy pants appetizer.
Thanksgiving Leftovers Stromboli is pretty much genius.
And a little savory for you. I cannot wait to try these Sweet and Spicy Cranberry Meatballs.
I’m kind of dying over this Ham and Cranberry Melt. This has Noah’s name written all over it.
Oh and this sandwich too.
This Cranberry Apple Slaw would be a perfect light and refreshing side dish to counteract all the heaviness of the holidays.
This Christmas Bark only requires 3 ingredients and is done in minutes. What a great way to add some bulk to your Christmas goodie trays in a snap.
Slow Cooker Cranberry Orange Pork Roast sounds like a perfect, easy meal on busy nights during the holiday season.
*Recipe for White Chocolate Oatmeal Craisin Cookies pictured above can be found here.