Raspberries are packed full of vitamin C and fiber, making them a great choice for a healthy sweet treat. When purchasing fresh raspberries, make sure to choose bright, firm, and fragrant berries. Make sure to inspect the container to look for dark spots. You can usually find raspberries at the grocery store year-round but starting mid-June, you may be able to find them at a local farmer's
market or pick-your-own farm. Visit pickyourown.org to find a participating farm in your local area.
If you aren’t able to find fresh raspberries, you can use frozen raspberries in smoothies and other recipes. A half cup of fresh raspberries has about the same amount of fiber as one cup of cooked oatmeal, which is about 4gm. Adding fresh berries to your oatmeal or cereal, or having a handful with graham crackers as a snack is a great way to add extra fiber to your diet.
sounds delicious. It could be a breakfast or a dessert and is the perfect way to
use those berries.