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Cranberry-Raspberry Dessert Sauce

Rated as 5 out of 5 Stars

"This is a family favorite I make every year for Thanksgiving. The raspberries give it that added sweetness that makes you go for seconds! It's best served chilled or warm over ice cream."
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30 m servings 73
Original recipe yields 16 servings


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  1. Stir the orange juice and sugar together in a pan over medium heat. Add the cranberries and bring to a boil. Cook and stir until the cranberries burst. Stir in the raspberries; reduce heat and simmer 10 to 15 minutes. Refrigerate or serve warm.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 73 calories; 0.1 18.5 0.3 0 < 1 Full nutrition

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Nice addition to cranberry sauce with the raspberries. I use 1/2 cup of Splenda instead of the sugar with being diabetic and it works just fine. I like it a little tart than too sweet and Splend...

This is delicious, I like to eat it traditionally on thanksgiving, but because my husband doesn't like "real" cranberries, I always have leftovers. I enjoy eating this sauce over vanilla ice cre...

I made this sauce to go over our Thanksgiving cheesecake. What a perfect topping for this time of year. The raspberries add a different flavor to the typical cranberry sauce. I did scale it b...

This was a nice combination of tart and sweet flavors. I halved the recipe to try it. It's something different from the usual toppings that you would use for ice cream, cheesecake, pound cake or...

I used raw sugar instead of granulated, and I really liked it!

Very Delightful, I used this on turkey as well as Cheesecake Very vibrant flavors, I plan to use this sauce again.

This is the most amazing cranberry sauce I have ever tasted! It is seriously worth a try! The only change I make is by using half white sugar and half brown sugar.

This is my husband's absolutely favorite recipe. I have made this one several times, and not only do we eat it alone, but we also serve it on Thanksgiving day, put it on toast, ice cream, even ...