Nov 15, 2011

5-Minute Recipe for Fresh Cranberries

If you’re making a Thanksgiving turkey dinner, try making fresh cranberries this year. This recipe is as simple as it gets and it takes about five minutes. Check the ingredients in the canned stuff – it has high fructose corn syrup and …isn’t it really cranberry flavored jello? Make the real deal and you’ll get all the health benefits too.

It makes an impressive bring-along if you want to impress your mother-in-law. She will love this dish but she’ll still think you’re not good enough for her baby! Oh well…

Click here for the recipe and video.

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6 Comments on "5-Minute Recipe for Fresh Cranberries"

  1. Sue

    As much as I would love to make these, so simple so quick!! Guess what I was asked to bring? Your strawberry cake for one of the desserts!! 20 people, but I am only making one!! This is the third time since August I have had to make it!
    Thanks JJ, I think 🙂 🙂

  2. Josh

    This is so great thanks Jenny! I love cranberry sauce and this seems so easy that there’s no way I will be able to ruin it!
    This is something that I’m going to make!

    Thanks so much!

  3. Rhonda

    Aw Jenny, how nice of you to do a video for making your cranberry sauce. It is sooo simple and quick to make. I made this recipe last year and had fun doing it. It’s kinda neat how the cranberries pop open to make delicious cranberry sauce and you’re right what’s a leftover turkey sandwich without fresh cranberries 🙂 😉
    Oh and I just love the rooster dish you have. Very cool 😎

  4. marty

    You always said I had a good eye didnt you ?

  5. Jenny

    You remembered! Yes, I did post the recipe last year but the video is new.

  6. marty

    Didn’t you give us this one last year?

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