Cranberry, Grape and Orange Jam

Cranberry, Grape and Orange Jam

Cranberry, Grape And Orange

Yes, cranberry grape and orange jam! I put it down three times just to let that sink in. It might sound like a lot for a jam. But thrust me it’s just the right amount without any ingredient overpowering the other. It’s a revamp of the good ol’ cranberry sauce. And this combination is sure to surprise your guests this season. It’s quite easy to make and can be done in less than 30 minutes. And will leave a lasting impression.


Cranberry Jam or Sauce?

In the title I called it a jam but I also mentioned it as a sauce. Which one is it? Usually there is a big difference between a jam and a sauce. However, when it comes to cranberry the differences become smaller to almost nonexistent.  Technically a jam is a sweet condiment of fruit cooked down with sugar. And a sauce is usually a savory slightly thick liquid served with meat. So, I can understand the confusion as cranberries are usually served with meat. In the case of cranberries, it is used interchangeably. Because the cranberries are so sour you need to add a sweetener which brings it closer to a jam than a typical sauce.

Have it With…

Call it a cranberry jam or call it a sauce. Have it on turkey or on a biscuit! Literally anything goes! 

Cranberry, Grape and Orange Jam

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Doubling the recipe

It’s very easy to double the recipe and have more to spread the joy. I like making a bigger batch of these condiments because they are the perfect size to bring a long and gift to someone. And it’s a very simple way to show you care and makes the perfect little gift for the holiday season.

Cranberry, Grape and Orange Jam

Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time20 mins
Total Time25 mins
Servings: 2 cups
Author: Kyara


  • Blender or Food processor
  • Sieve


  • 300 gram cranberry
  • 500 gram seedless red grapes
  • 3 orange
  • ¼ cup honey


  • Zest the 3 oranges, press the juice of one orange and add to the blender.
  • Wash the grapes and place in the blender together with orange juice. Pulse till grapes break down into the liquid.
  • Pass grape and orange juice through a sieve to remove skin from the juice.
  • Place orange zest, grape and orange juice and cranberries in a pan together with honey. Place on medium heat and stir everything together for the first 5 minutes.
  • Continue cooking for another 15 minutes while stirring every 5 minutes. After 10 minutes the cranberries will have popped and softened and you can gently press a few whilst stirring with the back of your spoon to break it down a bit more. It will have thickened but still have a few chunks.
  • Transfer into 2 glass jars let cool down and save in the fridge.