Good Question: How to Cook With Leftover Cranberry Sauce

Good Question: How to Cook With Leftover Cranberry Sauce

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Faith Durand
Dec 19, 2007
I have a ton of leftover cranberry sauce! What can I do with it? I'd love to bake or cook something... Any suggestions for good recipes? Thanks! - Heather If it's Thanksgiving cranberry sauce we hope it's in the freezer - even though it's basically a jam we're not sure how good it would be by this point. That brings us to our first answer: freeze it in little lumps for eating throughout the winter. Here a few more recipe ways to use up leftover cranberry sauce: • Cut butter, oats, cinnamon and sugar together to form a rough crumble topping. Sprinkle over cranberry sauce in ramekins and bake for about half an hour or until brown and toasted. • Toss with a couple tablespoons of sauce, oil, pistachios and Trader Joe's Grapefruit Vinegar as a dressing for bitter winter greens. • Stir into yogurt and add nuts for a good breakfast. • Top rounds of goat cheese or Brie with cranberry sauce and bake, then serve with crostini or toast points and walnuts on top. • Make our Hungarian Pastry with cranberry sauce instead of raspberry jam. Any more ideas for Heather?
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