Kid-Friendly Cranberry Recipes
Other ways to include cranberries
- Blend frozen cranberries and/or juice into smoothies
- Mix cranberry sauce into oatmeal or yogurt
- Make your own cranberry sauce from frozen cranberries
- Mix dried cranberries into baked goods
- Combine cranberry juice and seltzer for a fizzy mocktail, garnish with frozen cranberries
We know a lot of folks are watching their sugar intake these days. It is important to note that some cranberry products are sweetened because, unlike other berries, cranberries are naturally very low in sugar and high in acidity, making them especially tart. The Dietary Guidelines allow for a limited amount of added sugar to improve taste and recommends less than 10 percent of calories per day be from added sugar. The total amount of sugar in dried cranberries is similar to that of other dried fruits.
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