Kimberly’s Traditional Cranberry Sauce

With all of the amazing organic ingredients at hand in our grocery stores nowadays, I was inspired to ‘pump up’ my traditional cranberry sauce for this Holiday season…Enjoy!

Type: Sauce
Serve With: Thanksgiving or Christmas Dinner
Prep Time: ~ 8 min
Cook Time: ~ 20 min

Nutrition Facts:
I use organic ingredients when making this sauce!

1 bag fresh cranberries – Fresh or Frozen, but washed – Make sure to pick out the bad ones.
1 1/2 cups pomegranate juice – Organic is best!
1 cup cane sugar – Organic is best!

1. Wash cranberries in a colander, and discard undesirable ones.

2. In a medium or large saucepan, combine water, cane sugar, and pomegranate juice.

3. Over medium heat, stir until sugar dissolves.

4. Add cranberries to sweetened liquid and bring to a boil. Cook until the skins of the cranberry have almost all finished breaking or ‘popping’.

* Tip: Keep a top on, except for periodic stirring, to keep your kitchen from being splattered red!

5. Remove pot from heat, and pour cranberry sauce mixture into a bowl to cool and thicken.

* Tip: You may put this in the fridge to cool more quickly.

6. Enjoy!
About Kimberly:

Kimberly is the author of She has a degree in Pre-Medicine, as well as many minors, and is almost finished a Physical Education degree as well.

She has always been interested in health and the environment, and is passionate about organic living.

Kimberly also co-authors and health with her husband, Kenneth.

Independent Thought:
Are you seeking for a fitness advice purely based on a diet plan? Then you should visit vitamin world online where plenty of websites offer health advisory services free of cost. There are a few nutritional elements i.e. selenium that is required in smaller amounts but are essential for a healthy body. Another essential dietary intake is coral calcium that is good for bone development.



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