Have a Plant: Fruits & Veggies for Better Health



10.Time to Salsa! Make raspberry salsa* to use with grilled fish, shrimp or chicken.

9.Garnish a Spritzer. Try with a peach or apricot nectar and seltzer.

8.Berry Salad. Make a mixed-berry salad – blackberries, blueberries, raspberries,
strawberries and any other available berries.

7.Popsicles with a Punch! Add to frozen fruit juice popsicles.

6.Smoothies. Use with cantaloupe or peaches in a smoothie.

5.Raspberry Sauce. Make a raspberry sauce and use on pancakes, waffles, or low fat ice cream. How?Press washed and dried berries through a sieve with the back of a spoon. Sweeten with a small amount of 100% fruit juice such as apple juice, or nectar of peach, apricot or mango.

4. Muffins and Breads. Add to a low fat muffin or quick bread recipe.

3. Top Your Yogurt! Add fresh berries to plain or vanilla yogurt.

2. Top Your Salad! Add to a spinach or mixed green salad with orange sections and slivered almonds.

1. Fresh and Flavorful. Just enjoy freshly washed berries!
TIP: Raspberries should not be washed until just before eating or using
FUN FACT: Did you know that red raspberries are native to North America?

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