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Raw chia seed cranberry sauce

Posted on Nov 22, 2017 by in Basic recipes, Recipe Box

Raw chia seed cranberry sauce

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I know it is last minute for Thanksgiving recipes, but I just had to share this. You only need 5 ingredients and a blender or food processor! This Raw chia seed cranberry sauce requires no cooking time and no time in the fridge to gel. You can make this moments before serving, or up to a week ahead of time. With cranberries being on sale and at the forefront of nearly every grocery store this time of year, I urge you to stock up! I have about five bags in my freezer as we speak.


Raw chia seed cranberry saucePowerful antioxidant Superfood

Did you know that cranberries have more antioxidants than many of your favorite fruits and veggies? They also pack a powerful dose of vitamin C. Which I may add is a total necessity this time of year. Everywhere you go, someone is sneezing and coughing. Cranberries are used to treat all kinds of health issues and prevent a whole lot more. Check out more interesting cranberry info.


Cranberries are more than traditional Holiday food

Cranberry sauce has always been my favorite Thanksgiving side dish. I absolutely love them. My Mom used to make sure that everyone at the table was served cranberries before I was. This being because I might just eat them all. We have a family recipe passed down from my father’s side for a cranberry jello dish. I remember the flavor of it so vividly. Despite not having eaten it in years. I have to say my Raw chia seed cranberry sauce comes pretty close. The big difference is that it is not loaded down with sugar and only takes moments to make. Let’s chat fora quick second on other ways that you can incorporate this powerful fruit into your diet all year long.¬†Raw chia seed cranberry sauce



Raw chia seed cranberry sauce as an ice-cream or yogurt topping



Savory dishes, like chicken and pork



A healthy and delightful alternative to traditional cranberry sauce. No cooking and no waiting for it to gel. You can make it and serve it right away, or make it up to a week ahead. Only fruit juice, maple syrup, and fruit are used to sweeten this Raw chia seed cranberry sauce. No guilt and no sugar coma.

Cook Time:5 min
Prep Time:5 min
Total Time:5 min
Category:basic recipe
Yield:3 cups
* 1 12-ounce bag of cranberries
* 2 peeled tangerines or 1 navel orange
* 1/4 cup apple cider (may sub apple juice, orange juice, Pom juice, etc)
* 1/4 cup real maple syrup
* 2 Tablespoons chia seeds
1. Place all ingredients into a high-speed blender or a food processor

2. Blend until everything is chopped and blended together

3. Store in an airtight container for up to one week

4. Serve chilled
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