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Cranberry Orange Upside Down Spice Cake

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EVS 019
Pub. Date: 2020

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In this video, University of Idaho Extension Educator, Laura Sant, demonstrates how to make cranberry orange upside down spice cake. Including fruit in desserts is a great way to infuse some healthy nutrients while enjoying an occasional treat.

Mandarin oranges contain Vitamin A and antioxidants that help to reduce the risk of infections and chronic diseases. Cranberries contain bioactive compounds that have a long list of health benefits. Eating cranberries decreases inflammation and supports digestive health. Take inspiration from this mealtime video and consider how you can add more fruit to your diet.

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