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The Paleo Secret Thanksgiving: Cranberry Relish

November 16th, 2012
Cranberry Relish

Cranberry relish is always a staple at our Thanksgiving table. Many of the traditional recipes out there are loaded with sugar. This recipe is easy on the sweetness and very simple to make.

You can add to it to include your favorite flavors and adjust it for how many people you need to feed. It’s best to make this multiple days in advance because as it sits all the flavors mix together and it tastes best days later. So… make this easy dish early and mark it off your Thanksgiving cooking “to do” list.


  • 1 bag of frozen cranberries
  • 4 apples (skin removed)
  • 2 oranges (peels on)
  • liquid stevia to desired sweetness (or honey, maple syrup, coconut nectar)

Place frozen cranberries in a food processor and pulse until chopped in small chunks. Remove and place into large mixing bowl. Cut apples and oranges (peels on) into quarters. Make sure you clean the oranges well since you are leaving the peels on. Place apples into food processor and pulse until chopped into small chunks. Remove and add to cranberries. Do the same for the oranges and add to large mixing bowl. Stir it all together. Add liquid stevia to taste.  I actually started with about 10 drops and then checked it days later when ready to serve. You can add more sweetness then if needed.


Recipe by Brenda Walding, DPT, FDN
















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