Healthy Cranberry Crisp Recipe (Leftover Cranberry Sauce Recipe)
You can make this Low Calorie Cranberry Crisp with leftover cranberry sauce, or with fresh, or frozen cranberries!
Plus, this healthy cranberry dessert is just 117 calories, and comes with gluten free and vegan options too. Because everyone should be able to enjoy this crustless cranberry pie recipe!
This recipe for cranberry cobbler is a fantastic cranberry sauce leftover recipe. And if you don’t have enough leftover cranberry sauce, you can use fresh or frozen cranberries, sliced apples or pears, or any berries you like!
Try this low calorie recipe for cranberry crisp, it’s easy, delicious, and the perfect tart and sweet cranberry dessert recipe.
This Low Calorie Cranberry Crisp is just 117 calories!
Healthy Cranberry Crisp
This article will supply you with everything you’ll need to make a low calorie cranberry sauce pie.
From a shopping list, to a printable recipe card. You’ll find tips and tricks to make this crustless cranberry pie with or without leftover cranberry sauce too.
To make this cranberry pie recipe with leftover cranberry sauce easy, we’ve supplied you with the filling sections. Read through them for shopping lists and tips, or skip ahead to the recipe card.
What You’ll Find in this Article:
- Cranberry Crisp Ingredients (shopping list!)
- How to Make Cranberry Crisp with Leftover Cranberry Sauce
- Low Calorie Cranberry Crisp (recipe card!)
- Nutrition and Calories in Cranberry Cobbler Recipes
Helpful Tip for Shopping: Take a screenshot of the shopping list to your phone. This way you have it at your fingertips the next time you go grocery shopping.
Recipe Card Uses: You can email yourself this recipe card so you can easily search for it (I have a folder in my email just for recipes!) Or print it so you have it handy, and can make notes. You can even pin these recipes for cranberry pie to Pintrest so it is safely stored for you.
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Cranberry Crisp Ingredients
You can make this cranberry cobbler recipe with leftover cranberry sauce, with fresh cranberries. You can combine the two, and even use other fruits or berries in this recipe for cranberry pie!
Here are some combinations to try in this low calorie recipe cranberry crisp.
Try These Combos for your Cranberry Pie Filling:
- Leftover Cranberry Sauce and Fresh Cranberries
- Fresh Cranberries or Leftover Cranberry Sauce and Apples
- Leftover Cranberry Sauce and Sliced Pears
- Fresh Cranberries and Blueberries
- Leftover Cranberry Sauce and Strawberries
Shopping List for Crustless Cranberry Pie Recipes:
Cranberry Cobbler Filling:
Cranberry Crumble Topping:
Special Tip: You can find all the measurements in the recipe card below. There you can choose how many servings of these healthy cranberry sauce leftover recipes you want to make, and it will do all the measurement math for you! All of the ingredients for this low calorie recipe with cranberry sauce leftover can be doubled or tripled with the click of a button.
Up next, how to make cranberry cobbler with cranberry sauce leftovers, or with fresh cranberries…
How to Make Cranberry Crisp with Leftover Cranberry Sauce
It’s easy to make this recipe for cranberry dessert with cranberry sauce leftovers, or with fresh cranberries.
If you’re making these cranberry desserts with fresh cranberries you’ll want to double the sweetener (it won’t change the nutrition if you use the all natural zero calorie sweetener) as fresh cranberries will be tarter than cranberry sauce.
How Do You Make Cranberry Crisp Recipes:
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
- To a large bowl, combine the cranberry sauce or cranberries, 2 tablespoons zero calorie all natural sweetener, and vanilla.
- Mix together and then add to a pie pan or 9×9 baking dish.
- To the same bowl (no need to wipe out) combine the Cranberry Crumble Topping ingredients. Mix with your fingers until you can clump together.
- Add the crumble topping to the top of the cranberries.
- Bake for 60 minutes, until the topping is golden brown and the berries are bubbling.
- Remove from the oven and let rest for 30 minutes before serving.
How to Make Vegan Cranberry Cobbler:
- Use coconut oil instead of butter in the Cranberry Crumble Topping.
How to Make Gluten-Free Cranberry Cobbler:
- Use Gluten-free oats, and Gluten-free flour in the Cranberry Crumble Topping.
Special Tip: You can find these directions, along with measurements, nutrition and more in the sharable recipe card in the next section!
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Low Calorie Cranberry Crisp
Making this cranberry dessert sauce recipe is a great way to use up leftover cranberry sauce.
But if you don’t have leftover cranberry sauce (or don’t have enough leftovers) you can add in fresh cranberries, apples, pears… There is a list of combinations in the “Ingredients” section above.
Healthy Recipe for Cranberry Cobbler Crisp
Cranberry Cobbler Filling:
Cranberry Crumble Topping:
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
To a large bowl, combine the cranberry sauce or cranberries, 2 tablespoons zero calorie all natural sweetener, and vanilla.
Mix together and then add to a pie pan or 9×9 baking dish.
To the same bowl (no need to wipe out) combine the Cranberry Crumble Topping ingredients. Mix with your fingers until you can clump together.
Add the crumble topping to the top of the cranberries.
Bake for 60 minutes, until the topping is golden brown and the berries are bubbling.
Remove from the oven and let rest for 30 minutes before serving.
Gluten-Free Cranberry Cobbler:
Calories: 117kcalCarbohydrates: 13gProtein: 1.7gFat: 5.8gSaturated Fat: 4.5gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 1mgPotassium: 111mgFiber: 2.6gSugar: 1.7gCalcium: 12mgIron: 1mg
Nutrition and Calories in Cranberry Cobbler Recipes
A quick note on how we figured out the nutrition in this cranberry recipe.
Because different cranberry sauces have different nutritional values, and without being able to be 100% sure which everyone will use… We based this nutrition label on a fresh cranberry crisp recipe.
So if you want to keep calories low, use fresh cranberries… Or a combo (half and half) of cranberry sauce and cranberries.