Cranberries– Cranberries make their debut in late October through December and then virtually disappear. Like the blueberry, I like to stock up during their peak season and then store them in the freezer so I can enjoy them year round.
Cranberries freeze especially well, they hold their shape nicely and are basically unaffected by the deep freeze.
Unlike the blueberry though, as I explained above, it is not necessary to freeze for any other purpose except to ensure its availability year round.
Your cranberries do not burst upon handling nor will they discolor your recipes of scones or muffins simply from mixing them in.
You can interchange fresh and frozen in a recipe though just the same.
1-12 ounce (340 grams) bag = 3 cups whole
Cranberry- 1 cup= 112g