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Friday, December 12, 2008


This is an excellent sauce as an accompaniment to turkey or chicken dinners.

1 1/2 cups SPLENDA® Granular (375 mL)
1 1/4 cups water (300 mL)
1 pkg frozen cranberries (600 g)

In medium saucepan, dissolve SPLENDA® Granular in water; add cranberries. Over medium heat, bring to boil and cook until cranberries pop (about 20 minutes). Lower heat and simmer 10 minutes more. Allow to cool. Cover and refrigerate.

Nutritional Analysis: 3 2/3 cups (900 mL), 1 tbsp (15 mL) per serving:
7.6 calories; 0.0 g protein; 0.0 g fat; 1.5 g carbs

Variations: Smooth Cranberry Sauce: Cook as above, except omit simmering step. Stir 2 tsp (10 mL) unflavored gelatin softened in 2 tbsp (25 mL) water into sauce. Pour into strainer over bowl. Mash cranberries with back of spoon, frequently scraping outside of strainer until no pulp is left. Stir contents of bowl. Pour into serving container. Cover and cool completely at room temperature. Refrigerate. Yield: 3 cups (750 mL), 1 tbsp (15 mL) per serving. (1.6 g Carbs)

Jellied Cranberry Sauce: Prepare as for Smooth Cranberry Sauce above. In small bowl, combine 2 tbsp (25 mL) unflavored gelatin and 1/4 cup (50 mL) water. Microwave 40 seconds on high power to dissolve. Stir into sauce. Refrigerate until set.
Yield: 3 cups (750 mL), 1 tbsp (15 mL) per serving. (1.6 g Carbs)

Cranberry Fruit Spread: As for Smooth Cranberry Sauce above. Use as fruit spread on low-carb toast or crackers.
Yield: 31/4 cups (800 mL), 1 tsp (5 mL) per serving. (0.5 g Carbs)


Vikki said...

mmmm looks good. I've never heard of Mulligatawny Soup but it looks delish. Thanks for sharing,

Jennifer said...

Vikki, it's basically chicken curry soup. :-)

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Lauren said...

Jennifer, the fruitcake looks wonderful! I have a friend who is a big fan of the "real thing," so I am trying your recipe for him. Thanks for sharing it! Hope your holiday baking is going well. :)

Jennifer said...

Lauren, that's great! For yourself, you could use my gluten free bake mix (under recipes). You may have to adjust liquid requirements a bit for the batter to be consistent with loaf batter, but I know you won't have any difficulty with that. I saw your holiday baking too - great stuff! Will say hi on your blog soon. I was too busy to linger long the other day, but I do check up on ya. :-)

Nancy said...

And here I thought I had to swear off the cranberries, all I have to do is just take a small portion. No problem here, not overly fond of them. Thanks for reposting for us new this year!