Dessert for breakfast

Okay, we're going to be real with you, here. We're not totally sure how we feel about Sterling-Rice Group's trend prediction. "There was a study that recently came out from Syracuse University re-touting the benefits of dark chocolate, specifically on cognitive function. 

The thought was eating chocolate prepares you more for your workday," Moskow said, adding that there was also a recent study that found that eating dessert at breakfast aids weight loss efforts.

"Combining those two studies and the likeability of having dessert for breakfast, we predict that breakfast might start seeing brunch amuse-bouche chocolate cakes or brunch and breakfast restaurants incorporating a robust dessert menu," Moskow explains. Our suggestion? Add some sweet treats to your oatmeal—but skip the lavish cake displays—especially if brunching is a regular part of your weekend routine.

Source:  by: Dana Leigh Smith

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