cranberry sauce...

@olisaur (1931)
United States
November 28, 2009 12:58pm CST
It's a couple days after Thanksgiving and we still have all the cranberry sauce we started with. w
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• United States
28 Nov 09
I love cranberry suace. Myself & one daughter-in-law are the only two that like it but we always have it anytime i make dressing. Why would u like a recipe made witn it if u don't like it to start with? lol. About the onl;y thing i have ever done w/it besides just eating it is i put some in a box of jello one time when i fixes jello. I liked it but don't know whether u would or not.
28 Nov 09
I hate cranberry sauce but, my husband and about 5 other family members like it so we get it in for christmas as over here in the uk we don't celebrate thanksgiving!
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@kareng (41921)
• United States
28 Nov 09
I can relate! We actually forgot to open ours this year and nobody noticed...LOL! My mother in law used to make a homemade sauce that nobody liked. Finally one of the sons, why don't you just by the jellied stuff in the can??? And one by one they all chimed in. So now she doesn't bother to make her homemade cranberry sauce, which I'm sure rivals the canned stuff. I'm sorry I don't have any recipes to share but I'll be checking back to see what others say. There has to be something to do with it!
@deebomb (15314)
• United States
28 Nov 09
I usually have some left over but this year we decided not to get any and no one missed it. I did find some recipes that looked good. 1 can (20oz) Dole Crushed pineapple, in juice 2 pkg. (3 oz. each) JELLO raspberry Flavor Gelatin 1 Can (16oz) whole berry cranberry sauce 2/3 cup chopped Walnut pieces 1 apple, chopped Drain pineapple, reserving juice. Add enough water to juice to measure 2-1/2 cups; pour into saucepan. Bring to boil. Pour over gelatin mixes in large bowl; stir 2 minutes until completely dissolved. Stir in pineapple, cranberry sauce, walnuts and apple. Spoon into 24 paper-lined muffin cups. (or one large mold). Refrigerated 21/2 hours or until firm. and for more ideas.
@madteaparty (2757)
• Japan
29 Nov 09
Cranberry sauce is sweet, so you can try to make some muffins for example and use the sauce as a filling or to cover them. Also sometimes baked meat with a sweet sauce like honey can be really tasty, so you can try to use the cranberry sauce instead.
@Hatley (164077)
• Garden Grove, California
29 Nov 09
olisauer I bet if instead of the same old canned cranberry sauce you bought real cranberries and cooked them with sugar you would like them. but my son came up with an ides of putting cranberries, oranges, apples and walnuts together , pulverize to large chunks then mix with a container of cool whip and its absolutely delicious,amazing but so good. add a little sugar as need and a dash of cinnamon and its really good. course you should use real raw cranberries for this that is best but I imagine you could use the canned crap.