Brighten your morning routine with a shot of strawberries in your orange juice. Pureed berries add a pretty pink hue and extra dose of tangy sweetness to plain old OJ. While you can use perfectly ripe berries to make the puree, this recipe is a smart way to make good use of that handful of berries that is a little overripe or bruised. (Because the berries are pureed in the butter, it doesn’t matter if they are a little overripe. Just avoid any brown or moldy spots.) The quality of the orange juice will make or break this recipe. Squeeze your own juice (4 medium-size oranges will make about 2 cups of juice) or use a good-quality all-natural orange juice.
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
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