Use this Strawberry Cranberry Frost Recipe!
Picture yourself on a warm afternoon or early evening wanting to totally relax.
Then find yourself sitting on a beach with a gentle breeze while having this delicious, smooth and refreshing beverage in your hand.
Take a sip! Oh my, it's wonderful! Relax!
What? No beach? That's okay. Settle for a patio or deck or a comfortable chair. You'll enjoy this favorite restaurant drink recipe anywhere.
Preparation time: 5 minutes. Serves 1.
Enjoy your refreshing restaurant drink recipe, the
Strawberry Cranberry Frost, and the company of those you share it with!
Did you know? Many cranberries are water-harvested.
Water-harvesting means that the cranberries are grown in bogs and floated in water to allow for easy harvesting.
For many years, water-harvesting of cranberries has been looked upon as an industry convenience. It's simply easier to harvest berries that are floating on the surface.
However, recent research has shown that the anthocyanin content of cranberries (the phytonutrients that give the berries their amazing red color) is increased in direct proportion to the amount of natural sunlight striking the berry.
If berries floating on top of water get exposed to increased amounts of natural sunlight (in comparison to other growing and harvesting conditions), they are likely to develop greater concentrations of anthocyanins. These greater concentrations of anthocyanins are likely to provide us with stronger health benefits.