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What are cranberry beans? These crimson cuties are members of the legume family, and have their origins in South America. Nowadays, they’re especially popular in European locales like Italy. It’s easy to understand why, since they’re a perfect pairing for pasta dishes and seasonal salads enjoyed al fresco on warm, sunny days. These medium-sized, speckled cream and magenta beans have a creamy texture and nutty flavor.
Superfood stats: Cranberry beans are packed with protein! They’ve got a whopping 23 grams of protein per 100 grams. And as a bonus, these powerhouse beauties contain vitamins and minerals like iron, vitamin B6, calcium, and magnesium.
Good for: Vegetarians, vegans, and those want to lessen the risk of chronic diseases and add more antioxidant-rich foods to their diet.
How to store: Don’t spill the beans! Keep them in a cool, dry place, and their shelf-life will be a couple of years.
How to cook: If you’re wondering how to cook dried cranberry beans, it’s easy! Just give them a soak overnight and then rinse and sort them before cooking. Then boil and sprinkle on summer salads, or use them in side dishes and soups.
Retail Packaging Serving Size: There are approximately 7 servings per 22 oz bag.
Allergy note: Packaged in a facility that handles Lupin and Tree nuts. All our beans are gluten-free and non-GMO, grown here in the USA!
Fun Fact: You can’t rush beauty! Cranberry beans are slow-growing, but they can reach up to 6 feet in height. They’re the supermodels of legumes.