Cranberry Chicken Margarita and a Giveaway!

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Disclosure:  I received a Hannaford gift card which will allow me to purchase the canned items and other ingredients I need for a series of 8 posts about the Cans Get You Cooking program.  I am disclosing this per FTC guidelines.

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For my June Cans Get You Cooking post, I have a delicious recipe using Ocean Spray Whole Berry Cranberry Sauce.  My family has always enjoyed cranberry sauce with our chicken and turkey dishes.  Cranberry sauce is just one of the many canned goods I keep on hand at all times.  How about you?




Cranberry sauce is not only a great addition to your everyday meals, it can be used in your appetizers, breads, muffins, main dishes, drinks & cocktails, desserts and snacks.  Check out the Ocean Spray website to view their amazing recipes using canned cranberry sauce.


Cranberry Chicken Margarita



This Cranberry Chicken Margarita recipe comes from the Ocean Spray website.  It’s delicious and super quick to make!




A well-stocked “Cantry” helps you save time and get a healthy, flavorful and home-cooked meal on the table more often.  It’s homemade made easy!



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  1. 17

    Charlotte Moore says

    I always have tomato sauce, paste, and tomatoes. I also have green beans, pineapple, peaches, and pei filling.

  2. 19

    Joan says

    I always have canned tomatoes, creamed soup, mushrooms, evaporated milk and tuna as well as a variety of veggies including mixed veggies.

  3. 20


    I always have corn, creamed corn, diced potatoes (all those for my corn chowder), peas, sliced mushrooms, crushed tomatoes, diced tomatoes, tomato paste, tomato sauce, chicken stock, and tuna fish. Oh, and Princess- and Cars-shaped Spaghettios for my daughter 😀

  4. 27

    CarolH says

    In addition to lots of whole berry and jellied Ocean Spray cranberry sauce, I have creamed corn, white beans for a summer salad and fire roasted tomatoes.

  5. 29

    Amanda Rauch says

    I always keep the cream of soups, canned corn, diced tomatoes, canned beans like kidney beans black beans etc and olives.

  6. 33

    kesha says

    I always have canned milk, beans, corn and cream soups. My daughter loves Vienna sausage so I have ALWAYS got some of those

  7. 46

    Lynne says

    We always have different beans of all kinds, tomato products of all kinds, corn, and soups. Thanks for much for the giveaway and the opportunity to participate.

  8. 47

    mrsshukra says

    Always have Amys lentil and vegetable soups, Campbell’s cream of mushroom soup and canned mushrooms!

  9. 65

    Sharon O. says

    I always have canned tomato products-diced, puree, paste, sauce-beans, black olives, chiles, and soup. Thanks!

  10. 70

    Tabathia B says

    Green beans with potatoes, collards, seasoned greens, corn, tuna, rice and beans, applesauce

  11. 71

    kelly mcgrew says

    i always have canned chicken, diced tomatoes, bamboo shoots, green beans, chicken broth, tomato sauce, mushrooms

  12. 76

    Christy Denton says

    green beans, corn, whole peeled potatoes, mixed veggies, carrots and peas, golden mushroom soup, cream of (just about everything lol) soup, mushrooms, beans, whole tomatoes, crushed tomatoes, diced tomatoes, tomato juice, Chunky Soups for lunches, spaghetti Os, and Raviolis

  13. 78

    Kay Russow says

    cream of mushroom (reduced sodium-no msg) soup, pie filling, condensed milk, chili beans, cans of tuna.. a variety!

  14. 79

    Margot C says

    I have an entire kitchen shelf dedicated to canned tomato products - sauce, diced, paste, with chilies, stewed … you name it, always useful


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