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Cranberry and Pear Conserve

Vegan • Gluten free • 20 mins to cook • Serves 84

Produce

1 16 ounce package Cranberries, fresh or frozen
2 tbsp Orange peel
6 cups Pears, firm ripe

Condiments

2 tbsp Lemon juice

Baking & Spices

1/8 tsp Allspice, ground
1/8 tsp Cinnamon, ground
4 cups Sugar

Liquids

1 1/4 cups Water
  • Lori C

    Serve our Cranberry and Pear Conserve in cute little jars! More side dish ideas: www.bhg.com/...Guess the country girl comes out in me but I love this idea!

  • Nancy

    Who says cranberry sauce has to be boring? Say hello to your new favorite cranberry sauce recipes featuring tasty add-ins, such as pears, coconut, and pecans.

  • Isabel Triba

    Cranberry and Pear Conserve would make a yummy christmas gift

  • Norene Taylor

    Cranberry and Pear Conserve Recipe

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  • Jess Skinner

    Cranberry and Pear Conserve Satisfy your holiday sweet tooth with this sweet fruit preserve. As a side, its tart fruit flavor balances out a rich holiday meal. Have leftovers? Spoon a little into a homemade vinaigrette for a sweet salad.

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We had an old pear orchard just down the dirt road from our house and though we were told not to go through the gate, we would sneak down and get our shirts full of ripe pears and then go eat until we were covered in sticky juice. We could play in the woods and trees all day and the pears were a welcome snack on sunny warm days.