Start With Tart During Hot Breakfast Month
What’s better than beginning a cold winter day with a delicious, hot breakfast? Beginning your day with a delicious, hot breakfast featuring America’s Original Superfruit®, of course!
Starting with tart, also known as cooking breakfast with cranberries, is an easy and delicious way to incorporate unique flavor, color, and nutrients into recipes. Some simple ways to #StartWithTart include:
- Stir dried cranberries into oatmeal
- Simmer cranberry concentrate into syrup
- Incorporate fresh or frozen cranberries into pancake or waffle batter
- Top toast and bagels with cranberry sauce
- Add dried, fresh or frozen cranberries to muffin mixes
Cranberries offer big health benefits in a tiny package, including unique polyphenols not commonly found in other fruits. A serving of fresh or frozen cranberries contains fiber (1.8 g), Vitamin C (7 mg), Vitamin A (31.5 IU) and many other nutrients. Cranberry juice is also an excellent source of Vitamins C and E and a good source of Vitamin K. All forms of cranberry are sodium free, fat free and cholesterol free.
When searching for new ways to use cranberries, visit www.uscranberries.com/recipes, which contains nearly 500 recipes including the following hot breakfast ideas: