Fresh Cranberry Relish

If you ask ten different people what their favorite food is for Thanksgiving there’s a good chance you could get ten different answers.

Ask my youngest daughter and you’ll probably get one of two answers.  She’d either say her Grandma’s homemade rolls and strawberry jam or fresh cranberry relish.

I don’t remember having cranberry relish or sauce on Thanksgiving growing up.  If we did I’m betting it came from a can.

Fresh cranberry relish is a staple on Thanksgiving at my in-laws house, and like my daughter, it has become a favorite of mine.  The cool thing is it’s really easy and inexpensive to make.  A couple of bucks and 15 minutes and you’re done.

Here’s the recipe I use, modified slightly from the one you’ll find on Ocean Spray’s website. youtube dissertation defense help writing term paper topics on a research paper essay divorce causes homework help on idioms interpreter resume translator what essay writing enter site spanish essay checker research paper topics ideas homework help canadian shield click here follow link follow url essay about greek mythology persuasive essay on bullying examples writing vectors best custom writing website american foreign service association scholarship essay follow url can someone do my essay follow link here follow site theology personal statement proofreading uk prices variables in thesis writing interesting history research paper topics Fresh Cranberry Relish


1 12-ounce bag of fresh cranberries (rinsed and drained)

1 Honey Crisp Apple

1 Navel Orange


Use a food processor to evenly chop the cranberries. You may need to do it in batches depending on the size of your food processor. Chop until the pieces are about the size of a grain of rice and put into a mixing bowl.

Wash, core, and quarter the apple.  Chop it up in the food processor and then add to the cranberries.

Wash the orange and cut into 6 – 8 pieces removing any seeds.  Next, use the food processor to chop it, peel and all.  Add to the mixing bowl and stir into the apple and cranberries.

Now stir in sugar to taste.  I start with 3/4 cup and add more if needed.

Cover and refrigerate.  It makes 3-4 cups and keeps up to 2 weeks (but you’ll probably eat it all way before then).  You can also freeze it.

What’s your favorite Thanksgiving food?

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3 thoughts on “Fresh Cranberry Relish”

  1. That relish sounds good to me — not so much for my family — always a favorite is stuffing — not dry, but moist — also my mom always made a cranberry salad with marshmallows and whipping cream — and pineapple — really good!!!!

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