Raspberries are great all year long, whether they're fresh or frozen. These gorgeous gems aren't just delicious, they are full of essential nutrients that makes them one of the healthiest choices in the produce aisle. Raspberries are rich in vitamin C, which supports immunity and skin health and helps produce collagen. Raspberries also contain manganese and vitamin K, which both play a role in bone health. They also contain vitamin E, B vitamins, magnesium, copper, iron, and potassium. Raspberries make a tasty addition to numerous dishes, and they work well in both sweet and savory meals. Fresh raspberries make a great snack, paired with nuts, pumpkin seeds, a few dark chocolate squares, or drizzled with peanut butter. Add them to oatmeal or overnight oats, salads, side dishes, and desserts. Slightly mash them to make a jammy sauce for pancakes and baked goods. Whip frozen raspberries into smoothies, or thaw and use just like fresh.
Perfect for healthy snacking