By Sarah Burdon BBC Sport nutritionist Sarah Buddles says you don’t need to get all fancy when you’re trying to create the perfect cranberry juice.
She says: “Cranberry is very high in sugar and has a very long shelf life so you want to have the maximum amount of sugar in it.”
Cranberries contain more fibre, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants than many fruits and vegetables.
“If you add a little bit of cranberry to a baked good it will have a very nice texture and it’s very filling.”
“You can add a small amount of cranberries to a chocolate cake or make a rich, chocolate-based sauce.”
What you need to know about cranberry:Cranbery is a large fruit and is widely available in supermarkets across the UK.
It is commonly known as orange or blackberry, and it is one of the most popular berries for cranberry sauce.
It can be made into a fruit cake or a chocolate sauce, and is also used to make cranberry-based pudding.
Cranberberries are rich in antioxidants, minerals, fibre and vitamins.
You can also use cranberries as a flavour enhancer in a chocolate dessert or for making a rich chocolate- and cranberry flavour sauce.
Try the fresh cranberry jam.