Dish It: Doubly Nutty Breakfast Spread

Here at The College Juice, we’re firm believers in kick-starting your day with a healthy breakfast. As fans of the ultimate recipe tool Epicurious (see why we found it Download Worthy here), it was no surprise that we found inspiration amongst their recipes. Check out the deliciously nutty breakfast suggestion below.

What You’ll Need:

 

1 slice whole-wheat bread
1 tablespoon natural peanut butter
1 tablespoon dried cherries (chopped)
2 teaspoons chopped pistachios

What You’ll Do:

The recipe instructs you to toast the bread, but we found it equally delicious sans toasting. If you don’t have access to a toaster or toaster oven, don’t worry about skipping this step!

Spread the peanut butter on the slice of bread as you would normally. Sprinkle the cherries and pistachios into the peanut butter (so they stick). Enjoy!

Not only is this recipe easy and delicious, it’s also packed with fiber and protein. If you have any suggestions or questions, feel free to drop us a comment below!

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