Get Sauced: Spike Your Thanksgiving Cranberry Sauce

Try Food Network Kitchen's tipsy recipe that spikes the traditional jellied sauce with vodka.
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Food Networks Kitchen’s Boozy Jellied Cranberry Sauce for THANKSGIVING/BAKING/WEEKEND COOKING, as seen on Food Network.

Photo by: Renee Comet ©2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Renee Comet, 2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Food Networks Kitchen’s Boozy Jellied Cranberry Sauce for THANKSGIVING/BAKING/WEEKEND COOKING, as seen on Food Network.

With everything else crowding the Thanksgiving table, the cranberry sauce usually doesn’t steal the show. We’re changing that up this year with this tipsy recipe that spikes the traditional jellied sauce with vodka.

Get the Recipe: Spiked Jellied Cranberry Sauce

Watch Food Network Kitchen’s video below to see how it’s done, then follow their lead to make your cranberry sauce the most-popular side — or cocktail shooter — of Thanksgiving 2015. It may well become a new tradition. Just be sure to keep it away from the kids’ table, because it looks just like its nonalcoholic cousin!

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Thanksgiving gets spiked with our boozy cranberry sauce.

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