Thursday, December 10, 2015

Baked Cranberry Sauce

Today's blog feature was contributed by Phylly of SendingLove Gallery and LovesVintageDelights.
 
I had a full oven this Thanksgiving, so we made cranberry sauce from whole cranberries simmered on the stove.  For Christmas we will use this wonderful baked cranberry sauce. It’s so easy, and the cranberries don’t pop out of the pot and make a mess, which can happen when you cook them on the stove.
 
Baked Cranberry Sauce
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
3 c. fresh washed cranberries
1 c. sugar  (We use ¾ cup of coconut sugar, which tastes like brown sugar. If you want to try it, it’s available at Trader Joe’s, Sprouts, & Whole Foods)
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Put the cranberries in an ungreased casserole that has a lid.
Sprinkle the sugar over them but do not stir.
Cover and bake for 35 minutes and stir 3 times while cooking.
This is good hot, or cold.
 
To keep the holiday spirit going, here’s a selection of jewelry from the Jets to wear or give as gifts to make any girl’s holiday bright!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

12 comments :

Urban Pearl Studio said...

Thank you!! What a great way to make cranberries without that popping mess all over!!!

Loving the holiday collection of jewelry!!

Beadsme said...

Not a lover of Cranberry sauce but looks so easy to make.

Great selection of gifts.

Mollie Ann said...

Mmmmmm ... love cranberry sauce and make it many times each winter. Must try this recipe! Yummy jewelry too! Thanks Phylly!

SendingLoveGallery said...

I was so glad to find that recipe, hope you like it!
Thank you to Judy who fixed up my post and added some green Christmas jewels :)

Brooke said...

Sounds yummy thanks for sharing! Love the jewelry selection too.

jemsbyjb said...

A different and yummy way to serve cranberry sauce. Lovely jewels.

Gaiana said...

This looks easy and really good. And love the jewelry!

Cheri said...



I will have to try this recipe! I love cranberries of any kind!

Love the jewelry too!m

Yummy!

Great post!

Tracy said...

YUM! Great holiday recipe and great holiday gift ideas!

capitalcitycrafts said...

What a great idea! I might add a few blueberries just for the fun of it !

SendingLoveGallery said...

Did the recipe again for this Christmas, and my cranberries must have been more tart than the original batch! This time I used a full cup of coconut sugar to bake them and they weren't sweet enough. So I wound up pouring (at least) 2 ounces + of Amaretto in afterward to mellow them. Will have to try the recipe with cane sugar next.

Michele said...

We love cranberry sauce, have to try this, thanks Phylly!!!