Cherries need no introduction. We all grew up eating cherries in different forms, mostly on cakes and in baking foods.
Cherries are succulent fruits that have sour and sweet flavors combined. Among all the cherry varieties, red cherries are the most popular and widely used. It is because of its vibrant color and sweetness.
Red cherries when they go dark the sweetness emerged and the sour taste becomes unidentifiable. The cherries high source of vitamin c, antioxidants, beta carotene, and minerals. Some of the highly available antioxidants in the fruit are Anthocyanins and quercetin.
The nutrition of cherries benefits mankind in many ways. The fruit has the most essential vitamins and nutrients we need for to stay healthy.
According to several studies, cherries are great for heart health and good night’s sleep. The fruits also help in exercise recovery and arthritis problems.
You may think the cherries are giving energy so they are high in calories but it is not true.
Anyone can eat cherry fruits raw. It can be sliced and added to your regular bread jam or you can make a homemade cherry jam that all kids love. Cherry is the best topping for cakes, waffles, ice creams, pies, tarts, and many more savories.