Noticed as an ingredient in a chicken salad at Gordon Biersch restaurant today: craisins. Wikipedia tells us:
Dried cranberries are made by partially dehydrating fresh cranberries, a process similar to making grapes into raisins. They are popular in trail mix, salads, and breads, with cereals or eaten on their own. Dried cranberries are sometimes referred to as “craisins,” though the word “craisin” is a registered trademark of Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc. and cannot be officially applied to dried cranberries from other manufacturers.
But still people go on to use the portmanteau.
Without some context to back it up, craisin is hard to interpret: the raisin part is clear enough, but the cran- piece of cranberry is hard to recover from the /kr/, or even the spelling CRA-. Not a great coining, but then I have no better idea.