A Wicked Sweet Breakfast with Truvia Nectar

Breakfast made with Truvia Nectar. Photo: © TNG
Breakfast made with Truvia Nectar. Photo: © TNG

Having a sweet tooth isn’t easy when trying to watch your sugar intake. This is especially difficult when you consider cookies and chocolate their own food groups.

Luckily, there’s a new natural sweetener from Truvia to take the place of most at-home added sugar and honey.

Truvia Nectar, the newest product to the Truvia family, is made with stevia leaf extract. It’s just as sweet as your favorite sweetener, but has a fraction of the calories and allows you to monitor how many sugars you add to your food.

Breakfast is one meal I find myself adding sugar to all the time, so I decided to give Truvia Nectar a shot to take over as #1 in my pantry. Here are three of my breakfast favorites done the Truvia Nectar way.

1. The Pancrepe

A thinned-out Krusteaz pancake rolled over banana, Truvia Nectar, and cinnamon, with a side of Nutella, drizzled in Truvia Nectar

The Pancrepe drizzled with Truvia Nectar. Photo: © TNG
The Pancrepe drizzled with Truvia Nectar. Photo: © TNG

2. Greek Yogurt Bowl

10 oz. Chobani Vanilla Greek Yogurt mixed with a handful of fresh blueberries topped with a crushed Nature Valley Oats n’ Honey bar topped with double Truvia Nectar

Greek Yogurt Bowl topped with Truvia Nectar. Photo: © TNG
Greek Yogurt Bowl topped with Truvia Nectar. Photo: © TNG

3. David’s Tea

David’s Breakfast loose leaf tea sweetened with Truvia Nectar

David's Tea with Truvia Nectar. Photo: © TNG
David’s Tea with Truvia Nectar. Photo: © TNG

If you like what you see and you want to give Truvia Nectar a shot, click for free samples!

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