As you survey the post-holiday damage and put away leftovers, you'll likely find yourself with lots of cranberry sauce. A holiday dinner staple, you somehow always end up with a few gravy boats full of it. Instead of chucking it, use in new recipes. Bake it off into a sweet crumble, tart scones, or a moist loaf of bread. Here's how.
Have leftover cranberry sauce? Perhaps in the pantry from a long ago holiday? Don't despair, you can turn it into a brand new dish in this sweet breakfast cranberry coconut crumble bars recipes. Store bought pie crust is layered with a rolled oats, cinnamon, and ginger crumble, topped with cranberry sauce, then sprinkled with more crumbles. Enjoy for breakfast ... or with afternoon coffee.... or with ice cream for dessert...
Start your day with a tart tea scone using that holiday-style cranberry sauce. The dough is subtly sweet, made with rolled oats, unsweetened coconut shreds, and studded with aromatic cinnamon and ginger. It's swirled together with cranberry sauce and coconut milk then the loaves are baked until crisp and crumbly.
Slice up a loaf of a holiday inspired bread recipe made with two classic seasonal ingredients: pumpkin puree and cranberry sauce. The loaf is hearty, moist, and is a wonderful way to start the morning. Toast up slices for breakfast, use them for a luxurious french toast, or give it as a delicious edible gift.