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Cranberries have become a Thanksgiving dinner staple. How about making a heart-smart cranberry apple crisp this year?
Jen Welper, a wellness executive chef with the Mayo Clinic Healthy Living Program, demonstrates how to make a delicious dessert for your Thanksgiving table that is full of fiber, low in fat but rich in flavor. Mayo Clinic News Network photojournalist Kevin Sullivan joined Jen in the kitchen to find out how a few ingredients and 40 minutes can taste so good and be so good for you.
It's a recipe from her new cookbook, "Cook Smart, Eat Well: Mayo Clinic Recipes and Strategies for Healthy Living."
Watch: Heart-smart cranberry apple crisp recipe for the holidays
Journalists: Broadcast-quality video (2:37) is in the downloads at the end of this post. Please courtesy: "Mayo Clinic News Network." Download the recipe. Read the script.
Jennifer Welper's cookbook, "Cook Smart, Eat Well: Mayo Clinic Recipes and Strategies for Healthy Living.
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