Cranberry Clementine Sauce Free PD Recipe

Cranberry Clementine Sauce - ©

I must have cranberry sauce to go with Mushroom Gravy and Stuff Yourself Stuffing. Until I came up with this sugar-free version, I was at a loss. Thanksgiving dinner is finally complete. This sauce is not like your typical sugary canned cranberry sauce. It has a slightly tart flavor and it is nutrient dense. Add this to your holiday Protective Diet dinner and have health and traditional flavor to be thankful for this year.

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Comments (9)

  1. posted by Marie on November 20, 2013

    Thanks. I got the fresh squeezed juice from Mariano’s so hoping they didn’t add sugar! Turned out good but I’ll try with Clementines next time.

  2. posted by Marie on November 19, 2013

    I made it with a cup of OJ and turned out fine.

  3. posted by Marie Cayuela on November 19, 2013

    About how much orange juice does this need? I don’t have clementines so just want to add fresh orange juice. Thanks.

    • posted by Julie Marie on November 20, 2013

      I used Clementine oranges due to the sweeter juice they naturally produce. I don’t use OJ out of the box due to added sugars. Most orange juice has added sugars and labeling regulations allow the producers to add sugar with out listing it on the package. The OJ producers are allowed to do this because they have set a standard to how many grams of sugar is in one serving of OJ. If the oranges aren’t naturally producing the allowable grams of sugar they add it to produce a sweeter juice while staying in the limits allowed for sugar grams in the juice.

  4. posted by Sheree Britt on November 12, 2013

    Can i use frozen cranberries in this dish?

  5. posted by huclkengirl on November 12, 2013

    Just wondering what do you eat with this? Or is it something you eat by itself? Reminds me of something you eat with Turkey..Lol sounds good though I want to try it!

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