Splenda Fresh Cranberry Orange Relish

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

This recipe has been in our family for years. I can't imagine a traditional holiday dinner without this on the table!I started making this with splenda instead of sugar for my father, who was a diabetic. We sometimes use the pecans, but feel free to leave them out and make this alot lower in calories.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Wash the cranberries and set aside.
  2. Wash the oranges and do not peel them.
  3. Slice each orange into eight sections.
  4. Using a food processor, process cranberries and oranges.
  5. Stir in splenda. (If using the pecans, add those as well.)
  6. This can be made the day before, just keep it chilled until ready to serve.
  7. I have also made this and served it as soon as it was made. Either way, this is delicious!
Most Helpful

Since I just found out this year that I am diabetic, made this as an additional cranberry dish today for Thanksgiving. Everyone tried it and raved over it. I guess I have a new way of doing Cranberry Sauce. Thanks!

Maryland Jim November 24, 2011

I make this every year and no one can tell it's a "diabetic-friendly" recipe. Very quick to make in the food processor and a great fresh taste.

susanjbourgeois November 21, 2011

I love this recipe! This is the way my family has always made cranberry relish, and I lost the recipe. So glad to find it again and just in time, too! I wouldn't touch Splenda or any other artificial sweetener with a ten foot pole, but other than that, I make no changes except sometimes I put in extra pecans! Thanks for posting!

BeagleMommy November 22, 2009

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