Sweet and delicious, raisins make a great snack just as they are, or can be used to add flavour to almost any recipe. They make a great addition to your homemade granola mix, trail mix or sprinkled over cereal. You can also add raisins to most baked goods, including bread, muffins and cookies. The texture and sweetness of raisins also makes them a great addition to poultry stuffing, rice or couscous, or cooked alongside meats.To revive dried out raisins, place them in a bowl covered with a little hot water for a few minutes before adding to your recipe. STORAGE TIPSStore in an airtight container in a cool, dark place. Raisins should be stored for up to one month on the shelf, or refrigerated for up to one year. POINTS OF INTERESTMade from Thompson Seedless grapes, these popular raisins are a great addition to your favourite baked goods, or delicious enjoyed as is. The green seedless grapes are dried in the sun, where they naturally darken to their deep brown colour. Raisins are a high-energy, low-fat snack that are rich in antioxidants and also provide many necessary vitamins and minerals.