• Great recipe, Susan. Nice and simple. I, too, love plain cranberry sauce made from fresh berries. But whenever I can’t get my hand on a homemade jar and don’t have the energy to make it, I look for the whole berry type in the stores and it fits the bill. Have a great Thanksgiving.

  • I also like plain fresh cranberry sauce too. Thanks for the recipe Susan. It’s always nice to have some freshness to contrast the rest of a traditional Thanksgiving meal.

  • Jacqueline Gum

    And here I thought I was a cretin for liking just plain cranberry sauce. Think this will make me graduate from the canned to homemade… now that I know home made can be just plain:) The idea of it on brie sounds delicious!

    • Hi Jacquie. I so wish I could hug you right now. I would tell you how much all your support has meant to me over the years we have known each other. My hope is my simple recipes and images brought you some joy in that time.
      All My Love, Susan

  • I’ve only had plain cranberry sauce a few times, but really enjoy it. I cringe to think of the gelatinous kind that comes from a metal tin…

  • Rose Mary Griffith

    I don’t think I’ve ever had fresh cranberry sauce. The stuff out of the can turned me off of it. Time to open up my taste buds again!

  • You recipe sure is simple. I’ve made a variety of cranberry sauces at Thanksgiving — some were too complicated for the end result. I do like nuts in cranberry sauce as they add a little crunch to the mush!

  • I was so excited when I realized, just a few years ago, that I could make my own cranberry sauce instead of that jiggly stuff in the can. It’s so much better! The addition of the citrus fruits in this recipe sounds delicious.

  • I have to admit I’ve never cared much for cranberry sauce. Perhaps I’d enjoy a homemade version more.

  • I love making cranberry sauce. It’s so much better than the can. Thanks for sharing this one.

  • Catarina Alexon

    Love cranberry sauce and finally have an easy recipe for it.