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Gluten Free Holidays: Sugar Free Cranberry Sauce with Goji Berries

By Ritamarie Loscalzo

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I made the most amazing raw foods holiday recipe the last week and I’m really excited about sharing.  Not only is it loaded with vitamin C, capable of protecting you from a urinary tract infection and very yummy and delicious, its also made entirely form four whole fresh living foods ingredients.  As we head into the cold and flu season, it’s important to protect yourself by supporting your immune system with infection fighting nutrients.

Our Healthy Holiday Feasts class features a couple of cranberry sauce recipes.  I just may add this one to the recipe packet and video demonstration as it’s so easy to make and tastes so good.  The great news is that it only contains 4 ingredients.  The equipment you need to make it is a food processor.  A measuring cup could help, and you could also eye-ball it,

Cranberry Goji Sauce

  • 1 cup cranberries
  • 1 cup goji berries, soaked for 10 minutes or longer to soften
  • 1 cup oranic raisins
  • 1 orange, any variety. Blood orange would deepen the crimson color of the finished sauce.

Place all ingredients in food processor and process until smooth

Eat alone or over greens or fruit salad.

We’ll be teaching more simple recipes for nutritious and delicious gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free holiday favorite foods on Sunday November 14 in Austin Texas, broadcast all over the web.

Learn to Make a Mouth Watering Healthy Holiday Feast That Energizes and Nourishes  ~ No Bloat, No Guilt! ~

Healthy Holiday Feasts: Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Living Foods versions of Traditional Holiday Favorites

The class will be held on Sunday November 14 at 2:30 PM in Austin texas and broadcast via U-Stream TV all over the world via the internet.

If you register for the online or in-person live class, you’ll automatically get access to the videos of the class on a members only website,  indexed by recipe.

Seating is limited.  Sign up early to reserve your seat.

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  1. Mary Kay on November 13, 2010 at 12:22 am

    Thank you for sharing your recipe. I’ll bet it would be even “richer” if you spread it out on a teflex sheet in the dehydrator for about 5 hours….this is what I do with mine.

    I’m wondering about goji berries though –for me, personally, as I’m wondering about all nightshades because I have arthritis –well, it’s only in my pinkie finger –not serious, but wondering just the same…..

    Thanks again,

    Mary Kay in Ohio

  2. Carolyn on November 29, 2010 at 9:55 am

    how many servings is this for? I’d like to bring this to my book club meeting…. (there are 8 of us)

    • Ritamarie Loscalzo on December 22, 2010 at 10:53 pm

      This recipe could easily serve 8-12 people, depending on how much other food there is. It’s a side dish.

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