Love cranberries? Looking for a delicious way to enjoy cranberries this holiday season? This 3 ingredient dairy-free, gluten-free, no sugar added cranberry butter is the perfect balance of tart and sweet. Easy to make and ready in less than 10 minutes.
We survived another rainy day. Hopefully today is a little brighter. How’s the weather in your area?
Rainy weather doesn’t make for the best photography days for us. We have a lot of new recipes we want to make and film but the lighting is just not right. Any other food bloggers have this problem? How do you cope with it? We do have lights but nothing beats natural light.
To beat the weather blues we have a pretty recipe for you!
This cranberry butter would be a perfect spread on any bread or biscuit. Perhaps even some plantain bread.
Easiest cranberry butter made from just 3 ingredients
Let’s make some cranberry butter…
We hope you enjoyed the video.
Make sure to share this super easy cranberry recipe with your friends and busy moms this holiday season.
We could be in serious trouble if we keep making butters that are good enough to eat by the spoonful.
How to make dairy-free cranberry coconut butter
It is a snap to prepare this eye popping butter.
This cranberry coconut butter is the perfect side dish to accompany your holiday table that’s little a sweet and tangy.
If you don’t like cranberries, you can use any berry of choice. Of course it wouldn’t be cranberry butter, haha.
We love how rich and creamy this butter is. The fresh cranberries blended beautifully with the coconut butter.
We used our homemade coconut butter but you can use store bought too. We recommend softening it to make it easier to whip.
Also, we love keeping our recipes low in sugar when we can so we used stevia in this butter recipe.
If you don’t like stevia, please use maple syrup or honey until desired sweetness is achieved.
To make this recipe even easier we did not boil the cranberries. We wanted a fast recipe so we decided to keep the cranberries raw with the coconut butter. It turned out wonderful.Print
raw cranberry butter made from 3 ingredients
Quick and simple dairy-free low sugar cranberry butter. Not your average butter. Coconut butter provides a smooth and buttery feel to the cranberries. Used stevia to keep it low in sugar. You’ll love this sweet and tart cranberry butter on breads and muffins. Made without boiling the cranberries for a fast raw buttery spread.
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Total Time: 5 minutes
- Yield: about 3/4 cup of butter 1x
- 1 cup of fresh cranberries
- 1/4 cup of coconut butter
- few drops of liquid stevia, to taste
- add in a few drops of essential oils like orange or lemon if desired
- Rinse your fresh cranberries.
- Make up coconut butter if you are using homemade.
- Place in blender fresh cranberries and coconut butter.
- Add in stevia.
- Continue to blend until smooth.
- Add in more sweetness if desired or in some orange or lemon.
We are so glad we decided to make this up. We mean… it’s pink! How could you go wrong?!
We hope our cranberry butter has inspired you in the kitchen.
This is beautiful and looks delicious! I love your vides too! 🙂
This is such a fun idea for cranberries! Thank you for creating a recipe with cranberries – I love this seasonal fruit 🙂 Always looking out for more ways to incorporate cranberries into my diet
we thought you would like it 🙂 when we saw your instagram pick about cranberries it got us thinking that we too want to enjoy more this season 🙂
oooo, this sounds amazing. And perfect for thanksgiving! I’m a huge fan of coconut butter, so I gotta try it with the cranberries!
coconut butter is the best isn’t it 😉 enjoy!
Yummy going to try this!!!
thanks Mimi, let us know what you think
Hey! Looks beautiful. How bitter is it though? I’ve never tried raw cranberries but have always been under the impression that they’re quite bitter.
well, with the addition of some stevia we felt it balanced out nicely, especially with coconut butter which as a little natural sweetness to it. But if bitter is a concern you could add in maple syrup over stevia, or add in some orange or lemon to help.
What can I use to replace coconut butter?
well, you could try using sunflower seed butter, it will change the final taste.
I just made it. Its quite yummy. I figured out quickly to make sure the cranberries were warm so the coconut butter wouldn’t harden. Do I keep it in the fridge? Will the coconut butter harden into little bits if I Do?