Spoon Lickin’ Cranberry Sauce

Cranberry SauceI can’t stop licking the spoon that I used to make this cranberry sauce and thought it would be nice to share the recipe with all of you amazing Whole Intentions readers. I know there are those of you rushing to find just the right cranberry recipe for tomorrow and I hope you love this one!

We’d love to say thank you to each and every one of you and a very Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!

-Paula and Sarah

Spoon Lickin’ Cranberry Sauce (casein-free, egg-free, gluten-free, nut-free, sugar-free, yeast-free)

  • 6 c. fresh cranberries (frozen would work too)
  • 1 1 /3 c. fresh apple juice
  • 1 1/3 c. granulated xylitol
  • 2-3 pinches of sea salt
  • long strips of zest from a mandarin orange (or any orange will do)
  • small pinches of nutmeg, cinnamon (you can do slightly more of this than the others), cloves, allspice, and ginger
  • stevia to taste

Directions
1. Put all ingredients, minus stevia, in a saucepan and bring to a boil.
2. Over medium heat, cook approximately 20 minutes until the sauce is nice and thick.
3. Remove zest strips.
4. Taste and add stevia to taste. Cool and serve.

Cranberry Sauce

Sarah

Sarah

I'm Sarah, a contributing writer for Whole Intentions. I'm a follower of Christ, wife to my best friend, Aeron, mother of three small children, home manager and educator, wannabe gourmet chef, candida fighter, and co-author of The Sweeter Side of Candida.
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Sarah

I'm Sarah, a contributing writer for Whole Intentions. I'm a follower of Christ, wife to my best friend, Aeron, mother of three small children, home manager and educator, wannabe gourmet chef, candida fighter, and co-author of The Sweeter Side of Candida.

5 Comments

  • Tammy

    Reply Reply December 2, 2013

    Hi! I don’t have the candida crusher book (yet?) — Can you tell me, when are fresh cranberries allowed on the ACD according to the Candida Crusher? According to the list my NMD provided me cranberries aren’t even on the LifePhase for Health Maintenance list!

    • Paula Miller

      Reply Reply December 2, 2013

      Dr. Bakker recommends just lemons and limes to begin, and then as you are able to add fruits you add the ones that are lowest in sugar first. Cranberries are in the ‘low sugar list’. You would still wait to add these until the last stage (Stage 3) though. 🙂

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