Cranberry seems like it’s leftover every year after Thanksgiving and Christmas. Don’t know what to do with cranberry leftovers? We’ve got you covered!
Cranberry Nut Bread
Cranberry Nut Bread is, admittedly, not all that healthy. I’m sure some of you fantastic people out there could make it healthy but I’m not all that great. Also, I’ve been waiting to do this post for quite some time so I’m gonna need some love.
After holidays, we almost always have leftover cranberry ‘sauce’. I’ll be honest and say I have no idea why it’s called a sauce, it’s not a sauce. It’s compressed cranberries. Whatever, I guess it will always be a ‘sauce’. Makes very little difference in my life.
Back on point, I needed a way to use up cranberry sauce. Actually, I managed to have an extra can that was going to expire and didn’t want it to go to waste. So, I created this one. It turned out a little soggy, as I used way too much. Don’t worry though, this recipe has been modified so that you won’t have the same problem!
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For those of you, like myself, who hate all the text and such before you FINALLY get to the recipe, I’m sorry. The rating systems that allow you to find our recipes, absolutely require them. It’s dumb, I know. We all do. It would be fabulous to just post the recipe, photos and be done. Alas, they’d squash our posts so far back they’d never be seen and you’d never have known you could make this fantastic cranberry leftovers recipe.
Anyway, I have to say that while I’m not normally a huge fan of cranberry this was amazing. Since the first time I made it I used a whole can, it was too moist as you can see by the pictures. Therefore, in the recipe I halved it.
- 2 c sugar
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 2 1/4 c flour
- 3/4 vegetable oil
- 3 lg eggs
- 1 tsp vanilla
- 1 1/3 tsp baking soda
- 1/4 c milk
- 1 c chopped pecans or walnuts
- 1/2 can cranberry ‘sauce’ or whatever you have left over
- Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees
- Dissolve soda in milk
- Mix all ingredients by hand.
- Pour in loaf pan or cupcake pan (if desired)
- Cook until toothpick comes out clean. For a loaf pan, it takes about an hour. I’m not sure on muffins.
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