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CRANBERRY
RECIPES

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Cranberry Meringue Pie Wild Rice Cranberry Stuffing
Cranberry Muffins  
Cranberry Nut Bars  

Tips

Storage:
• Store cranberries in the refrigerator just as you bought them for two to four weeks.
• Freeze cranberries, without pre-washing, in their plastic bag for up to one year.
• Buy extra bags of fresh cranberries and freeze them for year-round use.
Usage:
• To prepare cranberries for cooking, sort out soft berries and stems, then rinse in cold water.
• DO NOT THAW frozen cranberries before using. Simply rinse in cold water and use as directed for fresh cranberries.
• Frozen berries can be chopped in a food processor (one bag or 3 cups at a time).
Measuring:
• There are 3 cups of cranberries in one 12-ounce bag.
• 1 cup of fresh cranberries = 3/4 cup of Craisins Original Sweetened Dried
Cranberries.

 

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