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Sweet Pink Berry Bagel

sweet pink berry bagel

sweet pink berry bagel

I was swooning over this Sweet Pink Berry Bagel all morning. I used my homemade Double Berry Jam and some creamy tofu cream cheese to make this delightful bite. Swipe some of this pastel pink spread on a multigrain bagel, pair it with some fresh orange juice, fruit or a cinnamon latte and you have a very cheery morning. Get this easy recipe and give your bagel a sweet pink makeover..

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creamy pink breakfast

Double Berry Jam. One of my favorite things to do with fresh ripe berries is to make jam. It always breaks my heart to take perfectly ripe fresh fruit and boil it – but at the first bite of jam I never have any regrets. So there are two parts to the recipe. The jam and then the very simple cream cheese blend.

The flavor in this spread is bright and tart with a sweet cream accent. I guess you could call it a berries and Cream kind of bagel.

Cream Cheese. I used a vegan tofu based cream cheese – but you could sub with whatever cream cheese you keep in your fridge.

Sweet Pink Berry Bagels
makes 2 bagels – with plenty of leftover jam/spread

Double berry Jam
3 cups ripe raspberries
1 cup ripe strawberries – destemmed
1/2 cup maple syrup
1/4 cup lemon juice
2 tsp corn starch
To Do: Boil on low for at least 45 minutes. Chill in fridge.

Also needed:
3 Tbsp tofu cream cheese
2 tbsp Double Berry Jam, from above (chilled)
2 multigrain bagels, toasted

Directions:

1. Make the jam the night before. Store in fridge to chill.
2. In the morning, simply whip together the cream cheese and jam. Toast your bagels. Spread on bagels. Serve!

Easy. Yummy. Fun. Pink!

And on these crazy hot summer days, this would pair perfectly with a Frosty Coffee Bevierecipe:

frosty soy frapp - at home

frosty soy frapp – at home

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berry bagel

 

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