Homemade unsweetened cranberry juice that you can make easily at home. Only 1 ingredient to make refreshing and no sugar cranberry juice.
May Every day of the New Year glow with good cheer and happiness for you and your family.
Happy New Year!
I hope you spent a wonderful time with your family and friends on Christmas Day. Christmas passed so quickly and now we will be welcoming 2016! Honestly I don’t know when the time went by.
It’s end of the year and for my last last recipe in 2015 I prepared my favorite unsweetened cranberry juice.
I bought lots of fresh cranberries at the store before Christmas and I froze them, so I can enjoy my no sugar homemade cranberry juice any time of the year. I even went to the store today to get some more, but I couldn’t find any! I hope they will show up soon and I can enjoy my juice.
I heard so many benefits of cranberries. It is rich in vitamin C and antioxidants. It contains many minerals like calcium, magnesium, iron, potassium, zinc, sodium and phosphorus. Cranberry juice is used to treat urinary tract infection, respiratory disorders and heart disease. It is also good for your kidneys. That’s why it is very beneficial to drink cranberry juice.
I prefer my own homemade cranberry juice simply because the store bought juices are loaded with so much sugar. These juices are to sweet for me. I am glad that it’s so easy to make homemade unsweetened cranberry juice at home. If you prefer sweetened, just add some sugar, maple syrup or honey.
Homemade Unsweetened Cranberry Juice
- 3 cups fresh cranberries
- 10 cups water
Add water and cranberries to the large pot.
Cook on low - medium heat for 45 minutes to 55 minutes. Until cranberries will soften.
After cooking use strainer to separate cranberries and juice.
Drink unsweetened or add sugar, maple syrup or honey.
If the juice is too strong for you; dilute with water.