Recipes, Uses And Benefits Of Cranberries

Dried cranberries are made by partially dehydrating fresh cranberries, a process similar to making grapes into raisins. They are popular in trail mix, salads, and breads, with cereals, baking, salads, trail mix, or eaten on their own. They can act as a direct replacement for raisins or any dried fruit.

Nutritional Benefits Of Cranberries

Dried cranberries contain the same nutrients as fresh cranberries with the exception of vitamin A and vitamin C which is depleted in the dehydration process. Dried cranberries are often soaked in a sugar solution prior to drying to reduce tartness and improve texture. They are also often coated in a small amount of vegetable oil to prevent sticking.

Where Are Cranberries From?

The USA and Canada are the biggest producers of cranberries in the world. Our cranberries are imported from one of these 2 countries, depending on the season.


Recipes Using Cranberries

Dried cranberries can be used as an addition in various foods including salads, oatmeal, cookies, muffins, loaves, breads and trail mix. They can act as a direct replacement for raisins or any dried fruit.

Recipes Using Cranberries

Chocolate Gluten-Free Cookie Recipe

By Roxanne | Apr 11, 2020

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Mixed Ancient Grain Porridge With Linseeds

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Superfood Teff Porridge Recipe With Pumpkin Seeds, Cranberry And Ginger

By Roxanne | Mar 19, 2019

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