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Old 11-19-2012, 18:01   #1
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I found a recipe for sugar free jellied cranberry sauce to make. I will definitely be doing this for Thanksgiving as I love love love jellied cranberry sauce. Not real crazy about just a cranberry sauce with the lumpy cranberries. I like mine nice and smooth, like right out of the can

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Bariatric Foodie: Sugar Free Jellied Cranberry Sauce

Hope this works. If not, just google sugar free jellied cranberry sauce and the bariatric foodie site should be there.

I can't wait for Turkey Day Now!

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Oh, that's going to be a treat. I like the jellied cranberry sauce, too.

One thing they said that I hadn't heard before was not to cook the cranberrie3s more than 15 minutes because after that the pectin will break down. Good to know.

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I bought the raspberry sf jello. I'm not crazy about the orange flavor with cranberry. My BIL makes cranberry sauce every year for Thanksgiving and Christmas, but his is the lumpy kind and he uses a lot of orange zest in his. His is also just a bit too tart for me. I always have to add more sweetener...and it's kind of dumb to add a packet of Equal to a sauce that he used sugar in

I might try this tonight. I will have to get a jello mold to make it since I can't figure out anything that I might have that would work I have to stop at Walmart tonight to get some heavy cream since all the grocery stores and convenience stores around me were out when I went shopping last evening.

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Happy Day! I can hardly wait to try this, but I may find a way to use something I like better than orange jello in it. Be sure to post your results if you do try this! I may have to store a couple of pkgs of cranberries in the freezer if I like it. Thanks so much for posting this. I absolutely HATE the choppy kind!

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Just a note..........Amazon carries sugar-free Cranberry Jellohttp://www.amazon.com/Jell-O-Sugar-Free-Gelatin-Cranberry-0-3-Ounce/dp/B000E1FYGK
I know it is too late to order now for thanksgiving but good if you still want to make it throughout the year.
Occassionally walmart carries it around the holidays too.

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good news...have you tried it? How is it?

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Stupid me went to Walmart and forgot to look for a jello mold!!!! So, I will have to make the cranberry sauce tomorrow

But, I did my baking tonight for Thanksgiving and I have to say my house smells absolutely delicious! I made the Low Carb Sugar Free Apple Spice Pound Cake and it looks and smells heavenly...I made the low carb sugar free cheesecake with an almond crust and it came out wonderful....and the low carb sugar free pumpkin pie with pecan nut crust is in the oven as I type this. My house smells good enough to gobble up! I am so enjoying Thanksgiving this year!

I will report on the cranberry sauce once I make it. I will have to run to Bed Bath and Beyond during lunch tomorrow to get a mold.

I'm so excited now! Can't wait for Thursday!

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I might try this tonight. I will have to get a jello mold to make it since I can't figure out anything that I might have that would work
Why not use an empty soup can that you have washed out? You should spray it lightly with a bit of cooking oil though so it won't stick.

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Why not use an empty soup can that you have washed out? You should spray it lightly with a bit of cooking oil though so it won't stick.
Any small bowl should work just fine. I have a small metal bowl that I use for molding all sorts of things. I also put gelatin mixtures into several 1/2-cup storage containers so I can use one portion at a time and not disturb the gelatin by spooning out only a little bit.

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good news...have you tried it? How is it?
I have not made the recipe everyone is talking about, but have bought the cranberry sugar-free jello in the past.
I liked it just fine.

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