Top Rated Raisin Recipes

ColeSlaw with Pickled Raisins
This coleslaw is creamy and delicious, with pickled raisins adding a delightful sweet-tangy note. This recipe is courtesy of The SeaShack at The Standard High Line in New York City.
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4.5
A childhood lunch classic, oatmeal cookie flavors are turned into a breakfast time granola.This recipe is courtesy of McCormick.
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4.5
Cinnamon Raisin Grilled Cheese
Who needs savory when you have sweet? Made with cinnamon raisin bread and filled with cream cheese and jam, this breakfast is perfect for anyone with a sweet tooth or two.Courtesy of McCormick
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4.5
Whole Wheat Raisin Loaf
Enjoy the goodness of oats and whole wheat flour in this delicious yeast bread flavored with raisin and spice – a wholesome breakfast or tea-time snack.This recipe was the grand prize winner of the Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest in 1976. Recipe Courtesy of Pillsbury. Every other winning recipe from the Pillsbury Bake-Off.
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4.5
Baked Apples With Brown Sugar and Raisins
Baked apples are a favorite old-fashioned dessert — whole apples are filled with brown sugar, raisin and spices.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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4.5
Instant Pot Cinnamon Raisin Steel-Cut Oatmeal
This Instant Pot steel-cut oatmeal is sweet, chewy and never soggy. Your classic oatmeal is spiced up with cinnamon, raisins, creamy milk and plenty of brown sugar. This heartwarming and simple breakfast recipe is the perfect dish to enjoy on a cold morning before rushing to school or work.Recipe courtesy of How to Feed a Loon
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4.5
A blend of dark bread (such as pumpernickel) and the toasted cubes from a hearty baguette yield a turkey stuffing, or dressing as some folks call it, that will steal the spotlight in your holiday spread.This recipe by JeanMarie Brownson was originally published in the Chicago Tribune
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4.5
Sliced zucchini
I love the idea of muffins, but they’re rarely done well. They’re dry, don’t really deliver on fruit to muffin dough ratio, and are usually more calories than their buttery breakfast cousin: the croissant. So when I started making these (because making croissants seems difficult and too tempting), I was thrilled to find that not only do they stay moist, but they’re flavorful and taste super healthy. That I use butter instead of oil in this recipe is a personal preference and refusal not to have butter as part of everything I eat. But you can easily see that with a few very minor adjustments (oil instead of butter, whole wheat flour instead of white), these muffins can be a super healthy start to your day.
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4.2
Quinoa Salad with Sweet Potato, Raisins, and Walnuts
This is an easy quinoa salad that showcases one of my favorite ingredients: the sweet potato. Prepared with earthy spices like cumin and cinnamon, this dish develops deeply satisfying flavors that are sure to fill any fall craving.  Click here to see Quinoa: The Heart-Healthy Food with a Quirky Name.
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Apple raisin bread pudding
This hearty bread pudding made with raisins, apple and walnuts is a certified comfort food. It will fill you up and warm you up, too. Courtesy of McCormick
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4
Cinnamon raisin French toast casserole
With just four household staples, you can make this gooey and delicious Instant Pot breakfast dish that is sure to wow your guests and sweeten any holiday morning. Assemble it the night before and bake it in the morning while you sip your coffee.Recipe courtesy of Spice Cravings
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3.5
Salad
When the zucchini first appears in the farmers' markets, it need not be cooked for best flavor. Thinly sliced with a mandoline, or a vegetable peeler in a pinch, the slightly crunchy, lightly sweet, raw ribbons of flesh are the perfect vehicle for high-quality extra-virgin olive oil, a pinch of flaky sea salt, sweet and juicy raisins, and creamy almonds. I never thought I'd fall in love with one of my favorite vegetables all over again in its raw state, but this is the salad that precipitated that (and it's great to serve on a steaming hot summer day).
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