Boozy EASY Cranberry Orange Liquer Sauce

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No Thanksgiving is complete without cranberry sauce. Here’s a quick way to make a homemade kicked-up version. Boozy EASY Cranberry Orange Liquer Sauce – Don’t buy the stuff in the can! It takes just minutes to make a beautiful, flavorful cranberry sauce that is easy to make ahead.

INGREDIENTS Boozy EASY Cranberry Orange Liquer Sauce

12 oz bag fresh cranberries

1 juicy orange

small, one serving Grand Marnier or equivalent

1 cup palm sugar

1/2 cup water

METHOD

Zest orange, juice orange

In a 2 quart saucepan with a lid, add all ingredients.

Bring up to a bubbling simmer and turn off.

Let sit until it thickens.

Refrigerate until ready to use.

If you like this try our sweet potato souffle HERE.

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