Two Ingredient Cranberry Relish

You know it’s getting close to Thanksgiving when you start to see cranberries on sale!


On Sunday night, I purchased a bag of the beautiful, ruby-red berries. I was excited to make my favorite two-ingredient cranberry relish for the first time this season!

To make the relish, I simply pulsated several handfuls of fresh Ocean Spray cranberries in the food processor. I then pulsated the berries again, adding sugar until the relish reached the level of sweetness that I prefer.

Cranberry Relish

This relish is so easy to make and so, so delicious. It’s terrific stirred into oatmeal or hot cereal or on a turkey and cream cheese sandwich.

Today I opted to enjoy the cranberry relish on top of a cup of Greek yogurt, along with pomegranate arils to keep the magenta-theme of this breakfast going strong.

Cranberry Relish, Pomegranate Arils, Greek Yogurt

Looks Like Christmas!

Any time the color magenta makes it into one of my meals, I’m a happy girl! šŸ˜€

This breakfast tasted fantastic after a 5-mile run with this crazy lady…

Running Buddy

Time to get to work! I have a bazillion things on my to-do list today, so I gotta get crackin’.

Enjoy your Tuesday! šŸ˜€


  1. Kelsey says

    That rolling hills workout looks awesome! I might try that tonight after work. Thanks Julie!

    PS your halloween outfit is adorable! šŸ™‚


  2. says

    Shut the front door! Cranberries are available now?! That makes me even more excited than canned pumpkin! I’ve been wanting to make cranberry oat bars lately and just dying to see that precious little Ocean Spray bag show up at the grocery store! Gonna go check soon, thanks for the heads up!


  3. Nicole says

    I love cranberry relish – especially when my mom makes it. But, knowing that she puts about a bag of sugar in the mix, I was looking online for an alternative after I read your post. Seems like you can substitute dates for the sugar…I’m going to give it a try.


  4. Jean@RoastedRootsandPumpkinSpice says

    How simple and easy! Not to mention beautiful. This would be good on anything!


  5. says

    I agree with the orange recommendations- my mom and I make that same relish but add one WHOLE orange. Just cut it in wedges to remove the seeds, then put them in the food processor (peel and all)!


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