Dressings, Sauces & Marinades

Fish Sticks with a Spinach Basil Dipping Sauce

Classic comfort foods with a modern twist, these easy-to-prepare fish sticks and spiced apples served with a glass of 100% cranberry juice will please all finicky youngsters. Created by our friends at Produce for Better Health it fits into MyPlate recommendations.

Sweet and Juicy Raisin Tapenade

Traditional tapenades can be high in sodium, but we worked with our friends at Produce for Better Health to make this traditional snack or appetizer perfect! You can even pair it with a glass of 100% apple juice to fit into MyPlate diet recommendations.

Beef Marinated in Cranberry Juice and Spices

Looking to impress your significant other? This beef marinated in cranberry juice, soy sauce, and other spices tastes extravagant but is so easy to make! Pair it with your favorite veggie to make it a complete meal.

Homemade Grape Dressing

Looking for a light and tasty dressing to use on your salads? You can make this delicious grape dressing in less than five minutes and with just six ingredients. You’ll never want to buy a store bought dressing again!

Pineapple Teriyaki Sauce

Marinate a flank steak, shoulder steak, or London broil, in this tangy sauce. Besides adding flavor, pineapple juice contains enzymes that help tenderize the meat. Or brush this marinade liberally on salmon before grilling or broiling. Teriyaki Sauce is also perfect for stir-fries added at the end as a seasoning sauce.

Very Berry Fruit Marinade

This ruby-red marinade adds a sophisticated touch to a bowl of fresh berries. It is especially useful combined with strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and raspberries (really any berry) when they are not locally in season. Also great spooned over sliced peaches!

Spicy Peanut Sauce

Use our Spicy Peanut Sauce as a marinade for chicken or make an Asian pasta salad. It brings the flavors of peanuts and the spice of sriracha chilis together with the refreshing taste of apple juice to whatever meal you eat it with.