Cranberry Mustard

I am obsessed with cranberry mustard and it is all Subway’s fault! I was going about my life, blissfully unaware that such a thing as cranberry mustard existed. Then one day I innocently tried Subway’s Autumn carved turkey sandwich with cranberry mustard sauce. Now I want cranberry mustard on everything, sandwiches, snacks, chicken, pork, EVERYTHING! I know Subway’s evil ways though. Eventually, the autumn carved turkey sandwich with cranberry mustard will disappear because it is a “seasonal” thing. When it goes I will be left with an unfulfilled craving for cranberry mustard. Guess, I better learn how to make it myself.

Cranberry Mustard

This recipe makes a small amount of mustard. It is easily doubled.
1 cup cranberries
2 TBS honey
2 TBS water
1 tsp – 1 TBS Dijon mustard
In a small saucepan, combine the cranberries, honey and water. Bring the mixture to a boil, reduce heat and simmer 10 minutes or until the berries start to pop. if you have an immersion blender use it to puree the fruit. If you don’t have one, use a fork to mash the berries.

14 thoughts on “Cranberry Mustard

  1. Thanks for catching my mistake. It is fixed now. I would start with a teaspoon and add as you taste. I found a tablespoon of mustard too be too heavy on the mustard for me. Have a great Thanksgiving. Julie


  2. The recipe does not show when you put the mustard in……does it go in with the rest of the ingrediences?


  3. Please dont hate me for this but can you come up with a recipe using canned, jellied, cranberry sauce?


    1. I don’t hate you for this. Why would i? I don’t mind canned cranberry sauce plain or jellied. I just prefer fresh. I could try. I can’t guarantee when it would get done however. Somethings take a while to get right.

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  4. Thanks! Some people are terribly judgy purists when it comes to cooking. I am too poor for a lot of fresh ingredients.


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