Make your own cranberry sauce this year.
1 hr 10 min
Makes 3 cups or 24 servings, 2 Tbsp. (30 mL) each.
HEAT oven to 300°F. Place cranberries in 13x9-inch baking dish; sprinkle with sugar.
BAKE 1 hour.
STIR in brandy; pour into serving dishes or jars. Store in refrigerator up to 3 weeks.
Love this recipe! So easy & so good! This is the 2nd year that I am making a big batch & giving as gifts. It is great with turkey but also yummy on ice cream!
a cook | on 12/15/2011
Excellent recipe - I will definitely make this again!
posted by db2business
| on 10/10/2011
made for Christmas every one loved it.
It get very thick I added some juice from regular cranberries to thin it out
posted by chief cook
| on 1/2/2010
this is my 3rd yr making this recipe - I will never buy canned cranberry sauce ever again
a cook | on 10/10/2008
There is no way I would ever buy cranberry sauce again. And this method is SO easy! However, as cranberries are sold in 3-cup bags instead of 4 cups, I changed the sugar to 1 1/2 cups, so I didn't have to over-buy the berries. Didn't change the brandy, though, that's the best part!
a cook | on 12/22/2007
This recipe has been an "instant" hit. My family repeatedly requests it every holiday dinner. NEVER again will I buy a cranberry sauce since this is so very easy to make and delicious too!
a cook | on 10/8/2007
I made this recipe for Christmas dinner and it was an instant hit! I will be making this again - loved it!
posted by janicemstanfield
| on 1/4/2007
I will never buy a can of Cranberry Sauce again. This has become a favorite throughout the year in our family. No need to wait for the holiday season to enjoy.
posted by tayleena
| on 12/14/2006
This has become a favourite for my family. Thank you.
a cook | on 12/1/2006
Good, sweet. I used this in the cranberry squares!
a cook | on 7/17/2006
serving size = 2 Tbsp. (30 mL)