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Cranberry Sauce

Long before the settlers came to America, the Indians cooked wild cranberries with maple sugar or honey. About 70% of the cranberry crop grows in the Cape Cod region of Massachusetts.Cranberries are a good source of vitamin C. This recipe comes from a package wrapper of whole cranberries, substituting honey for the sugar.

Serves: 2  1/4 CUP
Cook Time: 10 Minutes


  • ​1 CUP filtered water
  • 1/2 CUP honey
  • 12 OZ package (3  1/2 - 4 CUP) whole cranberries


  1. Bring water to a boil, blend in honey, stir in cranberries, return to boil; reduce heat and boil gently 10 minutes until skins pop​.
  2. Cool at room temperature; refrigerate.


​Serving Size ​Calories Protein​Fat​Carb​Fiber
​1/4 CUP ​75 ​+20 g (98%)​2 g
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