*Cranberry Sauce - candida ok

Cranberry Sauce

12 ounce cranberries (about 4 cups)
3/4 cup water plus 1/4 teaspoon white stevia powder (glycerin definitley works too)

Combine the water with the cranberries in a saucepan, bring them to a boil, then simmer ... stirring often for about 15 - 20 minutes, or until cranberries have popped. At this time, stir in the stevia or glycerine, thoroughly.

At this point it makes about 2 cups of cranberry sauce.

To continue on with cranberry jelly, after cooking the sauce & adding the stevia, cool & put the sauce through a food mill or press it through a strainer. Refrigerate the jelly until serving. Makes about 2/3 cup cranberry. Now the cranberry skins, which may be bitter, have been removed.

This recipe is free of yeast & refined sugar.

cranberry sauce


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I love cranberries.....can they be eaten during Phase I? After you have made the sauce, do you add stuff to make it set like jelly, or just leave it as the sauce?.........sounds great to me and I have a bag of frozen cranberries in my freezer. Thanks much for the tip!

I've just cooked the fresh berries with a little water and veggie glyc. till soft and they were very good that way! In fact, I was looking for some at the store the other day and couldn't find any! Mad

It's a nice condiment for when I have something like chicken or turkey. Though it is probably against the combining guidelines, I never had a problem with it! Smile

Though Phase 1 may be too soon for cranberries. Tarilee will help you with that concern...

jan Cool

p.s. Jane, you and Mary Ann need to get together and write a cookbook!! Both of you have SO many delicious recipes!! Thanks for taking the time to share them with us! Big Grin
Hi Pam,

After putting the mixture through a sieve or food mill, it can go in the frig just like that. Nothing needs to be added...it will not harden like a firm texture, it stays in a gel form that is easy to spoon & spread.

I am not sure if cranberries are allowed on a limited bases during phase one.

Jan, thanks for your kind words.

Both of you take care, Jane
This was really great! I couldn't figure out how to strain them to get rid of the skins so I used my stick blender and pureed it. I froze it in ice cube trays so I only have to thaw out what I need.

This morning I had a mock peanut butter and jelly sandwich. I used the focaccia style flax bread from this site, cranberry jelly, and almond butter. I felt like I was cheating! I can't wait to have it with turkey for Thanksgiving.

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