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Top 12 Cranberry Sauce Recipes

Looking for an extra-special cranberry sauce recipe this holiday season? Look no further, because the Mr. Food Test Kitchen is here to take your holiday meal from average to over-the-top -- thanks to our most popular cranberry sauce recipes. We've got everything you might need, from traditional stovetop cranberries and baked cranberry recipes to no-cook relishes and our best-loved gelatin molds. Once you see how easy these homemade cranberry sauce recipes are, you'll surely forget all about the canned stuff!

Traditional Cranberry Sauce

These cranberry sauce recipes are made right on the stove using fresh cranberries and other tasty mix-ins that you're sure to love. In just 15 minutes, you'll have a fresh, chunky cranberry sauce that you just can't get from a can.

Baked Cranberry Sauce

Oh, boy! We sure do love our casseroles and bakes, and these cranberry sauces are no exception. Pop one in the oven, and let it do the work for you. Now, that's something to be thankful for!

Fruity Cranberry Sauce

Sometimes we want to add a fresh spin to our traditional cranberry sauce, and that's where these fruit-filled cranberry recipes come in. Sweet 'n' chunky additions like apples and blueberries are a perfect match for tart cranberries.

No-Cook Cranberry Sauce

No room left on the stove or in the oven? No sweat! These easy cranberry relish recipes are made right in the food processor, and don't require any cooking at all. That's what we call quick and easy!

Gelatin-Mold Cranberry Sauce

Here's how we like to eat our canned cranberry sauce: in a tasty, beautiful gelatin mold! These cranberry dishes sure do look fancy, but no one has to know they started with a can.

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