How to Serve:
Popular in desserts such as fruit salads, crème brûlée, tiramisu as in baked goods like cakes, flans, clafoutis, cookies, shortbread, scones to name a few. Add in trail mixes or even as a side in a cold cut platter, add in summer salads, or pair with duck breast and slices. The dried cherries will marry as well with fresh cheese. They can be used as well for recipes that call for fresh cherries. If there is a need to rehydrate them, simply soak in water overnight in the refrigerator.
100 g flour
25 g stevia powder
1 sachet vanilla sugar
250 ml skimmed milk
300 g dried cherries
Preheat the oven to 180 °C.
In a salad bowl, combine the flour, stevia, vanilla sugar, eggs, and milk.
Mix well then add the dried cherries.
Pour into a baking dish.
Bake 45 minutes to 1 hour.
Serve immediately and enjoy!
Cherries are known to have therapeutic virtues with their incredible health properties. Even in their dried variety, they rich in nutrients and polyphenols. They contain a good amount of antioxidants like melatonin, which is good for the regulation of sleep. Research has shown that these healthy compounds may reduce the risk of inflammatory, cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases, cardiovascular diseases.
They have a great reserve of vitamins such as vitamin A, B1, and B2, vitamin C, with small doses of vitamin K and vitamin B12. They also contain a small number of minerals like iron, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, and an excellent amount of copper.
Adding dried cherries to your diet is a great boost to your health.
- -57% Vitamin A (Daily Value)
- -21% Vitamin C
Storage: Store in an airtight sealed bag in a cool dry place. For best quality, refrigerate after opening.
Shelf life: 1 year unopened in the fridge, 6 months after opening.