Peanut Butter & Red Raspberry Toaster Tarts

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By Katie Morford, MS, RD of Mom’s Kitchen Handbook It’s a giant bummer that so much of the food marketed for kids these days contains either an over-abundance of added sugar or artificial ingredients that just aren’t good for kids, or anyone for that matter. It’s hard for healthy food to compete when shiny packages, toy… Read more »

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Candied Raspberry Maple Bacon

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By Mary Ellen Phipps, MPH, RDN, LD Bacon. Pretty much everyone starts to salivate and dream of breakfast time as soon as they hear the word. Or maybe it’s a BLT sandwich, or a loaded baked potato. I think we can all agree bacon can go on pretty much everything. It’s also the perfect savory partner… Read more »

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Participants In New Human Study Experience Short-Term Improved Vascular Function After Consuming Red Raspberries

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A recent randomized controlled trial, published in the Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, provides insights on the promising outcomes ofshort-term improvements in blood vessel function among healthy males who consumed dietary achievable amounts of red raspberries. The subjects – ten healthy males aged 18 to 35 – consumed drinks prepared with 200g and 400g of… Read more »

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In the Spotlight: Raspberry Recipes of 2018

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It’s been a big year to date for raspberries! Frozen and dehydrated raspberries, as well as raspberry jam are showing up in recipes from sweet to savory for breakfast, lunch, dinner, sips, snacks, and…who can forget dessert?! Check out some of our year’s favorite recipes to date!   Waking up isn’t so bad with recipes… Read more »

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