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Lip-Smackin' Cranberry Sauce

Tart but yet sweet, they pair up so well with veggies and potatoes for your holiday meal.


It has been said that Native Americans in 1620 had taught the Pilgrims about the nutritional benefit of this berry. The cranberry was also used for its beautiful, rich ruby color to dye clothing.


Rich in antioxidants and probiotic fibers, polyphenols, vitamins, and minerals. Amazing for cardiovascular health and inflammation. Raising good cholesterol and blood pressure and improving digestion. High in Vit C, D, potassium, and iron. Wow! All that in a cranberry!


Also known to grace the British Christmas table because of the way it goes so yummy with a Christmas Turkey. It's also used in a lot of British dishes and holiday baking. A pure superfood!!



  • Two cups of fresh cranberries

  • 1 cup of fresh-squeezed orange juice

  • Zest from one orange

  • 1/2 cup of maple syrup

  • 1/2 tsp of cinnamon 


  • Bring to boil cranberries, orange juice, and maple syrup.

  • Simmer to low-medium, stirring constantly until cranberries pop and sauce gets thick.

  • Add in orange zest and cinnamon

  • Cool a bit, then pour into glass jars. Keep in refrigerator, or can be put in freezer then defrosted for later use.

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