Cranberry Pizza for Thanksgiving

Dear Beautiful People, I am cheating! I don’t have a step-by-step set of photographs of this crazy creation because I’ll assemble it tomorrow, right before serving. All I have is my cranberry sauce, ready for tomorrow. However, I promised a recipe for Cranberry Pizza, so here it is, in case you want to spend a few minutes to surprise your guests. It is really easy.

INGREDIENTS

  • 2 ripe mangoes
  • 1 cup cranberry sauce
  • 1/2 cup non-dairy whipped cream
  • Blueberries to garnish

PROCEDURE

  • Make cranberry sauce the consistency of pizza sauce. If using store bought sauce, add a shot of rum and bring to boil. Simmer until thickens. Stir occasionally. Let cool off.
  • Peel and slice mangoes, arrange on serving platter. This is your pizza crust.
  • Spread  cranberry sauce on top of mango slices. This is your tomato sauce.
  • Spread non-dairy whipped cream on top of cranberry sauce. This is your cheese.
  • Throw blueberries on top. They are your olives.
  • Use your imagination and dazzle your guests.

Happy Thanksgiving – enjoy!

 

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105 Comments Add yours

  1. Art Hut says:

    Reblogged this on Art Hut and commented:
    Good Recipe for thanks giving day. Good Website and healthy for food lover.

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    1. Than you so much for your kind words, and thank you for reblogging – wow!

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  2. Cranberry pizza! Intriguing.
    I’m going to wait for the photos.

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  3. whitneyibeblog says:

    Yummy

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  4. Great idea and it sounds so delicious 🙂

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    1. Thank you Irene, I am glad you like it!

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  5. hocuspocus13 says:

    Have a Wonderful Day…🦃

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    1. You too – happy Thanksgiving!

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  6. lilyandardbeg says:

    That’s brilliant! Quite simple (which I love, I hardly ever make something time-consuming now) but innovative in its simplicity. I love mangoes and cranberries, so this is definitely something I’ll try! Thank you 🙂

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    1. I am so glad you like it! But remember, you have to get those cranberries drunk first, otherwise they won’t cooperate!

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  7. Henrietta Watson says:

    Cranberry pizza looks good. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thank you, dear, and a very happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!

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  8. You stimulate my salivary gland with every post…My mouth is already watering…!!

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    1. Thank you dear – keep on sparkling!

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  9. Seems absolutely delicious, happy thanksgiving!

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    1. Thank you my love – you are still the cutest!

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  10. Sumith Babu says:

    Very creative idea Dolly. Happy thanks giving. Hope you have a great day!

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    1. Thank you so much, Sumith!

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  11. renedith says:

    I shared this recipe with my son and he is now drooling for some.
    Thank you for this share…it is awesome! ren

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    1. Just tell him to stop drooling and get to the kitchen – it only takes a couple of minutes! Thank you, dear!

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      1. renedith says:

        When we have a kitchen, I will start sending you photos of his food creations. 🙂

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      2. Great – looking forward to it!

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  12. elliebleu says:

    Mangoes with cranberries – what a great idea! We already made our cranberry sauce but next time I’m making your version. Happy Thanksgiving 🙂

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    1. Thank you, dear – happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!

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  13. Lori Carlson says:

    That sounds yummy. I could make it and have it all to myself 🙂

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    1. Thank you, dear! I am so glad you like it!

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      1. Lori Carlson says:

        Welcome hun 🙂 I am going to try it the next time I find mangoes in the store.

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      2. When you do, please let me know how it comes out.

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      3. Lori Carlson says:

        I will! At least I won’t have to share it with my dad or brother.. they hate mangoes.. lol

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      4. Good for you! However, I only used mangoes because they are in season now. You can use any yellow fruit, like peaches, maybe. The idea is to create an appearance of pizza.

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      5. Lori Carlson says:

        Oooo peaches! that does sound good and my dad loves em. I can’t get my brother to eat anything I make, so pooh-pah on him 😀

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      6. Hey, one out of two is good!

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  14. What a great idea! I wonder if I could make it with cranberry relish instead? I love cranberries, but others do not. So pretty and colorful!🎨

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    1. You can make it with anything you want, as long as the appearance of a pizza pie is kept. I never had a chance to take a picture of the finished product – my husband grabbed a portion before I grabbed the phone to take a picture. He claimed “quality control”!

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      1. A ringing endorsement and very creative!

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      2. How is your family? What has Raizel done for Thanksgiving? How is Yaffa doing?

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      3. I have to write up some of my cute stories. We are all adjusting to our new house.

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      4. I could imagine! I miss your posts, though.

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      5. I missed blogging this past month too. For some reason, I was lacking inspiration. It was very strange.This blog is one of my creative outlets.

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      6. It happens to everyone! you”ll come back to it, I am sure. You are too good at it not to come back!

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      7. Raizel has her friend over for the weekend (yeek!) so, she is very happy!

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      8. I am so glad to hear that!

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      9. They are having a wonderful time. I thought that they would be bored of each other, but they are not. Unfortunately, Yaffa feels left out and wants her own play-date. It is a bit of a struggle to balance both their needs.

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      10. I love your understatements – “a bit of a struggle”! I happen to know exactly the extent of this struggle, and I can only marvel at your resilience!

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      11. What else can one do but put one foot in front of the other? Thank you for your support. I have to find something special for Yaffa today.

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      12. The most special thing is your love! Good luck finding something that expresses it to Yaffa!

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      13. Hashem heard her! She was able to get 2 girls to come over and play just with her. She is very happy!😊

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      14. H-shem hears special people, especially special children!

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      15. Yes. Yaffa is particularly blessed. I see miracles around her all the time!

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      16. Your girls are blessed to have you as parents, and you are blessed to have these children, all the challenges notwithstanding!

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      17. Everyday I am so grateful for the blessing of children and the opportunity to be a mother.

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      18. You know the expression “Mitzvah k’Neged mitzvah ‘ – describes you perfectly!

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      19. Thank you for your kind words! And you as well!

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  15. Simply-Me says:

    Quiet intriguing as I’ve never come across cranberry pizza. Very different and unique, sounds quiet delicious, may add it to my to try list. Thank you for sharing.

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words! Let me know how it comes out if your try – it’s super easy and delicious!

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      1. Simply-Me says:

        It’s my pleasure and yes I will do.

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  16. leebakers says:

    Cranberry sauce & mango, sounds delicious! Thanks for posting!

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    1. Thank you for your kind words – I am glad you like it!

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  17. Wow! That was easy!! When I saw the headline, I had to see this! Then, no pix! 😦
    Iz okay, I kno u busy.

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  18. I love anything Cranberry. And Pizza is life, so Cranberry Pizza, I’m already on clouds 9😉❤❤

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    1. Thank you so much – I am glad you like it!

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      1. You are most welcome☺

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  19. Love your imagination, Dolly! Cranberry Pizza actually struck me as something different and it is indeed a ‘different’ pizza. Happy Thanksgiving!

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    1. Thank you so much! Imagination I never lack; execution, on the other hand…

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      1. You are very humble, your blog is a result of super imagination with meticulous execution!

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      2. Thank you for your kind words, dear!

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  20. Joëlle says:

    I just saved it on Pinterest. Thanksgiving is over, but there is no reason why I shouldn’t be thankful another day and make this delicious looking pizza!

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    1. Oh, thank you so much, Joelle! It is so wonderful of you, and I am thankful any day when people do wonderful things like that!

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  21. callmetrav says:

    This is an awesome idea. Sounds delicious.

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    1. Thank you, Trav! Glad you like it!

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  22. Eugenia says:

    Great idea and love your blog. Thank you for follow and good to meet you.

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  23. kelleysdiy says:

    Another scrumptious recipe!!!

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      1. kelleysdiy says:

        😉 Always! If I lived closer to you…oh my!

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      2. Yeah, I wish food could be e-mailed!

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      3. kelleysdiy says:

        ohhh…what a idea!! You need to work on that idea!!

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      4. No me, darling – I am technologically challenged!

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      5. kelleysdiy says:

        Me either! 😦

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  24. awesome. This looks so good.

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    1. Thank you so much, Stacey!

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  25. Reblogged this on koolkosherkitchen and commented:

    I’ve heard about the Pizza Day, so here is one of my pizza versions, made for Thanksgiving, but totally enjoyable any time!

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  26. What a super alternative (or addition, in my case) to pumpkin pie!

    I use a recipe for cranberry sauce I modified from The Vegetarian Epicure (and even people who don’t usually like cranberry sauce say it’s great). It includes mandarin oranges, so not as quite as tart as other cranberry sauce recipes – but it also has a touch of mustard, so it’s not really sweet either. I think it would be yummie used for this purpose.

    By why wait for Thanksgiving?
    xx,
    mgh
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMORE dot com)
    ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder
    “It takes a village to educate a world!”

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    1. A touch of mustard – yum! How interesting! Did you see my pumpkin pie recipe? It’s so totally different from the American version.

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      1. No. I’m pretty hooked on the one I’ve eaten since I was a kid (same reason my friend Sam only eats sweet potato pie – even tho’ the recipes are similar), but I’ll give it a look. I’m curious.
        xx,
        mgh
        xx,
        mgh

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      2. As as wrote in this post, until I came to the US, it had no significance to me, other than a delicious dessert.
        https://koolkosherkitchen.wordpress.com/2016/11/24/placinda-flaky-pumpkin-pie/

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      3. lol – while you were leaving the link, I was reading the recipe. I left rather lengthy remarks there, as I “liked” my way down the page. george-b apparently noticed my likes on his comments – he returned the favor on several of my posts, practically immediately.

        So now I’m off to check out his blog. I love how this all works.
        xx,
        mgh

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      4. Oh, he is fantastic – you’ll enjoy his blog, I am sure!

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      5. I spent a moment watching and listening to a delightful pianist from the streets of Paris, posted on his blog. Although my taste generally runs more to jazz than classical, she was WELL worth the time I spent listening. I adore acoustic piano.

        The man I mention on your pumpkin pie post was a jazz pianist of some note, btw. I fell in love with his music first. He was a prodigy as a child. His greatest disappointment was the day he realized, as a very young child, that he would never become the jazz Mozart! Seriously. I believe he now teaches at a university somewhere. We lost touch when I was forced to leave NYC and he married a woman he met subsequently who wasn’t pleased to have us communicate, even online.

        Ah Life! Such twists and turns.
        xx,
        mgh

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      6. I am sorry, I was running out of time so couldn’t answer until now. I love jazz, even though my training was in classical music, and it remains my first love. But I am quite eclectic in that my music tastes run a very wide spectrum, from opera to heavy metal rock, emphatically excluding pop.

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      7. We have similar taste – though I lack your training.

        Not to worry about speedy replies, btw. Boy do I ever understand the time factor!
        xx,
        mgh

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      8. Well, when Shabbos comes, everything has to stop and everything has to be ready.

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      9. HOW do the observant with ADD manage the planning? I can’t imagine.
        xx,
        mgh

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      10. With difficulties. There is usually someone in the family who keeps them in line, and they manage to drive that “someone” nuts! I just keep my husband out of the kitchen and proceed without listening until I light my candles. Then I take a deep breath and ask, “What did you want to tell me?” By that time he has already forgotten, so everything is fine.

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      11. lol – the good thing about short-term memory deficits!
        xx,
        mgh

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  27. I never would have thought of cranberry pizza!!!! Sounds yummy! ☺️

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    1. Thank you! I am so glad you like, and you don’t even have to wait for Thanksgiving to have it!

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