But little thought is given to this precocious vegetable’s versatility and ability to add delicious flavor, not to mention nutritional value, to anything from baked cakes to ice cream.
Here, we’ll explore the many ways to include beetroot into desserts that deliver the goods.
Given cooking beets can be a messy exercise, we’re going to show you how using BeetBoost can make the cooking process a whole lot easier.
Baked beetroot recipes tend to steer toward roasting beets for salads and vegetable medleys, but when baking we enjoy using them in sumptuous cakes, cupcakes, and muffins.
Not only do they deliver a ton of health benefits to baked deserts, beets also add an additional layer of moisture and natural sweetness.
Combining them with cocoa powder also helps mask any earthy flavors.
Here’s a vegan cupcake recipe for you to try.
Sneaking in a subtle serve of nitrates and antioxidants is easy with this popsicle recipe. It starts with making a beet-berry compote that incorporates strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries.
The end product is a beautiful combination of bold red colors and refreshing flavors.
Another vegan recipe that utilizes the delicious combination of cocoa powder and almond milk.
Better yet, this one is topped off with the buttery addition of a cashew cream.
The cashew cream may entail a bit of prep work, but we assure you it will be time well invested!
Who would have though you could squeeze all of this goodness into your dessert?
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