Sugared Cranberries with Our Smart Fridge

Sugared Cranberries with Our Smarth Fridge

I love making sugared cranberries every holiday season. They are easy, delicious, and so festive, and I’m sharing how we make sugared cranberries with our smart fridge (although you don’t need a smart fridge to make these, it does make it more fun)!

This post is a sponsored post by Samsung. I take pride in reviewing only products that fit my brand and will be beneficial to my readers. And while this post is sponsored, all the opinions are my own.

Our Samsung Family Hub Fridge has plenty of space to store food for our family of five, and we’re obsessed with the middle drawers (which we use as a drink drawer). However, this fridge goes above the normal fridge tasks with its family hub that we used daily to check our family schedule and the weather.

The Family Hub Fridge also offers fun features that makes time in the kitchen fun. Before we began making our sugared cranberries, Lena turned on the holiday music, and we found a recipe for sugared cranberries from Jo Cooks.

For sugared cranberries, you only need three ingredients:

  • Cranberries
  • Water
  • Sugar

To begin, we rinsed two bags of cranberries.

Next, bring the sugar and water to a boil for several minutes.

Add the cranberries to the sugar water.

Be sure to completely cover all the cranberries in the mixture.

Put the cranberries on a cooling rack to dry (around an hour). Adding wax paper under the rack to helps with the mess.

Once the cranberries are sticky, you can add the sugar coating (it’s easiest to mix in a bowl and then return to the drying rack).

Now you have delicious sugared cranberries to eat and/or use as holiday decor! My favorite trick with sugared cranberries is to dress up a store bought cake with them.

Our Samsung Family Hub fridge definitely makes spending time in the kitchen more fun for our family with features like their easy recipe access and music. We remodeled our kitchen three years ago, and have all Samsung appliances and still love them years later. You can see more on that remodel (and our other appliances) here.

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