Raspberries are available fresh, frozen and freeze-dried. The best way to eat them is fresh, right out of your hand (wash them first of course). However when out of season frozen is often a better way to go, as more of their nutrients will have been contained during the freezing process. Some good tips on how to eat more raspberries are below:
keep a bag of frozen raspberries in your freezer at all times for throwing into smoothies and porridge
avoid tinned fruit cocktail which often contains syrup and make your own fresh fruit cocktail with raspberries, pineapple, sliced peaches, and strawberries
add some raspberries to plain Greek or soya yogurt with an optional drizzle of agave and some sliced almonds
top buckwheat pancakes with fresh raspberries or fold them into muffins and cakes, gluten-free almond and raspberry cake is delicious!
blitz raspberries in a food processor or blender with a little water and then use as a fresh sauce to top desserts or stir into cereals/yogurt
give raspberry, spinach, walnuts and goat cheese salad a try as nice change to your normal lettuce-based salads