This is about as easy as it gets and only takes ten minutes. ;-)
Mix all ingredients in a saucepan. Heat to boiling, stirring until sugar has dissolved. Cook about 10 minutes (when the berries have all burst and the liquid has reduced a little bit). The sauce will thicken as it cools.
By Deeli from Richland, WA
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Here is a condiment or salad that is so easy! It is outstanding with turkey or ham, and best of all, will last for days in the refrigerator.
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Most people only use canned cranberry sauce on holidays. For diabetics, or anyone else, take a chilled can of cranberry sauce and one box of any flavor sugar free jello.
This was a very easy way to make cranberry sauce. I used 2 cups of dried cranberries and 1 cup of water. I did not add any extra sugar and it was fine without it.
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If you think you don't like cranberry sauce, you probably have only had the nasty canned variety. I was one of those people.