Candied Cranberries. That is just fun to say. I don’t know what else to call this delightful creation, so candied cranberries it is. I never would have made these if I didn’t over plan recipes, buy things while in the store planning to make something, and then forget. I apparently bought fresh cranberries sometime in the not so distant past, and put them in my baking cabinet. I spun that lazy Susan around so many times and kept meaning to make something with the fresh cranberries, but forgetting until the next time I was in there getting supplies for a different recipe I was making.
Finally my husband spotted them while getting ingredients for oatmeal an said they needed to be used immediately before they went bad. Waste not, want not, I needed to figure out what to do with them on the spot. I held half the bag to make something for breakfast, and used the other half for these candied cranberries. The recipe is extremely easy and only has three ingredients but it is time consuming with the soaking and drying times. I began making the candied cranberries once breakfast was over, and then they were ready by the next morning.
All you need to do is make the glaze by heating 1 cup of water and 1 cup of sugar on the stove until the sugar dissolves. Remove it from the heat and let it cool, then pour over 2 cups of cranberries. Cover and refrigerate overnight (8-10 hours) then drain the glaze from the cranberries and roll in sugar until coated on all sides. Place the sugar coated cranberries in a bowl and let harden for a few hours and voila! Candied cranberries! Enjoy!
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spoon. I at least give him apple slices with his usually to give an illusion of
not just eating the almond butter, but sure enough he just uses the apple
slices to suck the almond butter off of. Our addiction has gotten worse since a
friend introduced us to Barney Butter. Then I received a few samples of all the
different flavors and ate them right from the packet. No, I did not share. I
loved them all except the Bare Smooth Barney Butter, but that is no fault of
anyone. I don’t like un-seasoned or sweetened nut butter. I am on the hunt for
the cocoa and coconut in a larger container, it was my favorite.
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