Do you have any leftover cranberries from Thanksgiving or Christmas? Raw cranberries are usually too tart to eat by themselves. But when you add them to other fruits, vegetables, and yogurt, you can easily help balance out the tartness without adding a bunch of sugar. So before you toss them in the trash, try these amazing cranberry recipes.
Some of these recipes may contain ingredients that aren’t healthy, but with a few modifications, you can easily make these recipes to suit your needs.
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Raw cranberries are tart if you eat them by themselves. When you add them with other ingredients, you can easily tame the tartness without adding a ton of extra sugar or calories. While some of these holiday recipes may not use ingredients, you can easily substitute ingredients to make your recipes healthier.
Cranberries are known to help relieve symptoms of urinary tract infections and can help flush the kidneys. Plus, they are low in calories. A half of cup of cranberries will only set you back around 25 calories. They also contain anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatory benefits. So don’t hesitate to use up your leftover cranberries or even buy more so that you can make these cranberry recipes.
Do you enjoy eating raw cranberries? Which of these cranberry recipes are you interested in trying first?