This recipe was graciously shared with me by a Jamaican friend many years ago. It makes a delicious sauce, different from any other cranberry sauce I've ever tasted or made. It does not 'gel', but you do want to cook it long enough to make a good, thick consistency.
This is one of my nephew's favorite grilled recipes. Jerk means Jamaican barbecue. This well rounded flavor of sweet, hot, herbal and spicy chicken can be served with rice, beans or pasta. Or just make a chicken sandwich out of it! I also add garlic and a kiwi to the marinade.
Arlene Riehl from Dundee, New York says, "You may think you're biting into a warm-from-the-oven oatmeal cookie when you taste this yummy breakfast staple. It's great served with milk." From Taste of Home's Good Food for Kids! Cookbook.
Vicki Meyers from Castalia, Ohio says, "Using turkey sausage, fat-free cheddar cheese, egg substitute and reduced-fat crescent rolls really helped cut calories and fat in this delicious recipe." From Taste of Home's Good Food for Kids! Cookbook.
Laura Full-Sutton from Buhl, Idaho says, "I like to garnish these great waffles with sour cream and chives, or even a simple cheese sauce. My mother used to sprinkle them with a touch of sugar." From Taste of Home's Good Food for Kids! Cookbook.
Margaret Wilson from Sun City, California says, "I combined two of my grandson Joshua's favorite foods - applesauce and oatmeal - into these wholesome little pancakes. He likes the smaller serving size." From Taste of Home's Good Food for Kids! Cookbook.