- n. Plural form of craisin.
“And ANYTHING ELSE THAT MIGHT BE GOOD – I’ve thrown in craisins, dried cherries, frozen berries, cranberries, dried apricots, nutmeg, cardamom, a little molasses or honey.”
“An easy way to enjoy cranberries is to sprinkle "craisins" in your baked goods.”
“Slowly mix in dry ingredients until well incorporated, the fold in the craisins and banana chips.”
“And a salad with mixed greens, sunflower seeds, tomatoes, and craisins, with ranch dressing.”
“And then used the Salad Pizzaz Orange Cranberry Almandine with Honey Roasted Almonds in place of regular craisins and pecans.”
“DomestiKatie. said ... oh my word. i bet these wpuld be s amazing with those orange-flavored craisins, WHICH are my current addictions. cassie, it's creeping me the eff out the way you keep reading my mind - errr, tummy.”
“From the Boston Globe's recent interview with Randy C. Papadellis, chief executive of Ocean Spray: What exactly are craisins?”
“Ten years ago, craisins were basically what we were giving away to pig farmers as feed.”
“Fruit such as strawberry, pineapple, mango, pear or kiwi lends itself very well to this context as well as any dry fruit you like - raisins, craisins, dried apricots or peaches, prunes, etc.”
“I suppose it is worth swinging by if you want free craisins or bottles of cranberry juice.”
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