Celebrate #lunchpower in December with Cranberries!
Cranberries are a versatile and easy-to-use fruit with year-round appeal for a variety of meals. You can find dried and frozen cranberries, along with cranberry juice and sauce year-round.
Fresh, frozen, dried, canned
Cranberries are a versatile fruit that offer big health benefits in a little package, offering unique polyphenols not commonly found in other fruits. A serving of fresh cranberries is a good source of vitamin C and fiber; provides antioxidant polyphenols; and contains only 1 mg of sodium.
Cranberries are easy and convenient to use in any form, making them a perfect fit for sweet and savory meals and recipes. Cranberries at breakfast? Yes, you cran! Add frozen cranberries to smoothies or top yogurt, oatmeal or cereal with dried cranberries. Spread cranberry sauce on top of pancakes or waffles for a fruity alternative to butter or syrup. Bake fresh or frozen cranberries into muffins and breads. Cranberries as a side? Yes, you cran! Add frozen cranberries to sauces, relishes, chutneys or applesauce. Cranberries for dessert? Yes, you cran! Bake fresh, frozen or dried cranberries into cakes or cookies. Use fresh or frozen cranberries on their own or paired with apples or pears in a fruit tart.