This crockpot sugar free cranberry sauce uses just 4 ingredients and is so easy!
Confession time, I’ve never liked cranberry sauce. Passing by the can shaped blob of red cranberry sauce is the easiest thing I do every Thanksgiving.
But this year, I’ve been buying tons of these beautiful tiny pieces of fruit and decided to get a little adventurous.
Ok more truth serum, there was a dessert I wanted to try to recreate and I needed a sugar free whole berry cranberry sauce in order to make it.
And since my ulterior motive was another dessert (with more steps), I wanted the cranberry sauce portion of the recipe to be as easy as possible.
So the tiny slow cooker makes this recipe for the crockpot sugar free cranberry sauce so easy.You literally dump in the ingredients, cook and chill. It is also a great make ahead dish to make your Thanksgiving morning a little easier.
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Crockpot Sugar Free Cranberry Sauce (THM FP)
To make this simple low carb cranberry sauce, you only need a few winter staples from your THM kitchen.
Ingredients for THM FP Cranberry Sauce
- Fresh Cranberries
- Monk Fruit
- Bai Clementine
- Mini Crockpot
Making the Whole Berry Cranberry Side
To make this dish, it is seriously a dump and go crockpot recipe.
Wash the cranberries & discard any stems that may be present and add them to the mini crockpot. (I’m sure you could use your regular size slow cooker also but I love the size of the mini and this recipe fits perfectly in there.)
Next, add the Bai, cinnamon and monk fruit and stir the ingredients together.
Turn the cranberry sauce on high and cook for 2 hours.
Once cooked, turn the crockpot off and let the sauce cool.
I place it in the fridge at this point to chill.
That is it! Serve this Crockpot sugar free cranberry sauce along side your holiday turkey or ham.
- Wash the cranberries and remove any stems before placing in the crockpot.
- Add all other ingredients and use a spoon to mix together.
- Cook on high in crockpot for 2 hours.
- Allow the cranberry sauce to cool and then place in the fridge to chill.
- Serve with your ham and turkey or use it in a dessert recipe that calls for whole cranberry sauce.