Cranberries

Fresh Cranberries are slightly crunchy and intensely tangy in flavor – healthy too! Not many people eat raw, fresh Cranberries – so, what do you do with them outside of Thanksgiving dinner? Fresh Cranberries are best used in recipes for: appetizers, relishes, sauces, chutneys, relishes, breads, muffins, drinks and desserts. Find fresh Cranberry Recipes here.

5 Recipes for Fresh Cranberries

Fresh Cranberries are slightly crunchy and intensely tangy in flavor – healthy too!

Homemade Whole Cranberry Sauce

It’s way easier than you may have thought. If you want to skip the canned stuff this Autumn (Most Cranberry packs have a recipe like this on the back.)

  1. Boil a cup of water and a cup of sugar
  2. Add a pack of rinsed Fresh Cranberries (most are 12oz, but use 10-16oz depending on our sweet or tart you like it)
  3. Simmer for about 10 minutes stirring often
  4. Pour it into a bowl to cool at room temperature and you’ve done it!