Top 10 Recipes With Freeze-Dried Berries
Recipes with freeze-dried berries?? Why in the world would you want to do that?! It's true... fresh berries, especially when in season, are so berry delicious! They're plump, juicy, and full of flavor. There's nothing like 'em! Yet, very often, organic berries are very expensive. Or they're difficult to source if you live in an area where berries don't grow. Or, plain and simple, you don't want to put fresh berries in recipes; you want to enjoy them raw! That's why you'd want recipes with freeze-dried berries. One ounce of freeze-dried berries is equal to approximately 8 to 10 ounces of fresh berries. This makes freeze-dried berries a really economical choice! Because WFN's berries are freeze-dried, they're picked at the height of freshness, when flavors are at their peak. They're still just as high in vitamin C and other nutrients as fresh berries, too! Freeze-dried berries (and our other freeze-dried fruits) can be added to granola, pancakes, and trail mixes or used as a topping for yogurt, pudding, and cereal. We also love them in baked goods, no-bake treats, jello, and gummies! If you've never used freeze-dried berries before, give one of our top 10 recipes a try! We're sure they'll win you over!Gluten-Free Blueberry Balsamic Cookies. Raw Coconut Butter Berry Bites. Gluten-Free Blueberry Almond Cake.
Completely chemical free, this body scrub is a wonderful sensory experience, reminiscent of summer, shortcakes, and daiquiris. It's not meant to be eaten, but you sure could if you wanted to! Here's how easy it is to exfoliate with berry goodness --> Strawberry Sugar Scrub. Cacao Raspberry Almond Bark.
Using freeze-dried raspberries means you can have homemade raspberry jam year round! Make this homemade jam in less than an hour! Here's how --> Freeze-Dried Raspberry Jam.