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  • vegetable crisps

    Vegetable crisps

    Vegetable crisps are a new twist on the classic potato crisp. You can now buy a whole variety of vegetable crisps, but it’s so easy to make your own that are cheaper and healthier than anything you can buy. We’ve used a mix of thinly sliced beetroot, parsnip, and sweet potato, but you could apply the same method to other root vegetables if you prefer. These vegetable crisps are baked, not fried, making them a much healthier alternative to regular crisps. There are only a few tablespoons of oil in the whole batch, meaning the results are low in fat. After their first bake in the oven, the crisps will crisp up but then soften slightly. The trick is to then bake them again for a few minutes, then they will stay perfectly crisp for up to a week, when stored in an airtight jar. Vegetable crisps are the perfect snack or side for a summer lunch or picnic, or can be served with drinks at a party.

    • 5
    (1 ratings)
  • Pickled beetroot

    Pickled beetroot

    Although Beetroots have the highest sugar content of any vegetable, they are also incredibly low in calories, making them the perfect savoury sweet treat for guilt-free snacking. This is a great way to make your beetroot harvest last longer so you can get that sweet beetroot flavour all year round. Costing next to nothing to make, if you can afford to spend the time to make this pickled beetroot recipe, you’ll have plenty to go around. Theses juicy beetroots can be enjoyed on their own, or they go really well with salads or sliced in sandwiches.

    • 3
    (25 ratings)
  • Beetroot relish

    Beetroot chutney

    Beetroot chutney gives an earthy and punchy flavour to sandwiches and pairs beautifully with cheeses and cold meats. Making beetroot chutney is a great way to use up any extra beetroot you may have in the fridge or from the garden. We've used fresh chilli and ginger to give our relish a fiery kick, and sweet red onions to balance the flavour. Making your own chutney is so easy, and once you've tried this recipe you'll never go back to shop bought beetroot chutney again. If you've made a big batch, this chutney also makes a lovely home made gift to give to friends and family. Deep purple foods, such as beetroot, are rich in a group of antioxidants called anthocyanins, which help prevent your body's cells from ageing and are thought to contribute towards cancer prevention. Our recipe for beetroot chutney is a great way to add this superfood to your diet. Thanks to the stunning, deep colour and sweet and spicy flavour of this chutney, your sandwiches will look beautiful as well as tasting great. Liven up your lunch box with our beetroot chutney.

    • 2
    (5 ratings)
  • Beetroot and pomegranate soup

    Beetroot, pomegranate and parsnip soup

    For a warming winter lunch or dinner, what’s better than a nice and hearty soup when it’s cold outside? This beautifully coloured soup is delicious served with a chunk of freshly baked bread. It's vegan, but vegetarians and meat eaters are sure to love it too. Beetroot is a great source of iron and folate and it’s said to help lower blood pressure, boost exercise performance and even prevent dementia. Pomegranate is full of vitamins A and C, as well as iron and other antioxidants. Parsnip gives this soup a lovely texture and makes it a really filling meal, while the veg also contains potassium, zinc and a whole range of vitamins. So making a big pot of this soup will help you stay healthy this week.

    • 3
    (54 ratings)
  • seabass

    Sea bass with beetroot salsa

    Healthy and low-fat, this tasty sea bass dish is packed with nutrition and flavour from superfood beetroot to zingy lime.

    • 4
    (15 ratings)
  • Chocolate and beetroot cupcakes

    Chocolate beetroot cupcakes

    If you fancy something a 'little' healthier than your usual chocolate bar then try incorporating some vegetables into your chocolate cupcake with these delicious chocolate beetroot cupcakes. These chocolate beetroot cupcakes may not sound too tasty but actually the addition of beetroot in the recipe just gives real additional moisture and depth to the chocolatey flavours rather than tasting of veggies! In fact you won't taste the beetroot at all. Perfect for any fussy eaters you might have in your household! These chocolate beetroot cupcakes are so moist and simple and have a lovely rich flavour, no one will ever know what you've hidden inside them!

    • 3
    (104 ratings)
  • Beetroot and vanilla cupcakes

    Beetroot and vanilla cupcakes

    Beetroot is a unusual addition to a cupcake recipe but give it a go, you'll be surprised! This simple recipe is topped with rose butter icing and crystallized rose petals for a great romantic effect

    • 4
    (7 ratings)
  • cake

    Beetroot chocolate cake

    You may not think that beetroot and chocolate would go together but this has to be tried to be believed - the rich cake goes perfectly with the creamy filling. A great pick for a grown-up birthday cake.

    • 4
    (93 ratings)
  • Quinoa and vegatable stuffing

    Quinoa and vegetable stuffing

    Quinoa and vegetable stuffing is super tasty and the perfect option if you're vegan or vegetarian, plus it's gluten-free and dairy-free so everyone can tuck in. It's packed with flavour and veg, so no one is missing out - even meat-eaters will love it! It's better for you than most traditional stuffing recipes and it makes an interesting change from the usual.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Beetroot and goats' cheese herby crostini

    Beetroot and goats' cheese crostini

    Beetroot and goats' cheese herby crostini are so easy to make, but they look really posh. This simple recipe is so easy to assemble, using freshly baked baguettes, cooked beetroot and goats' cheese topped with thyme and orange zest for a little zing. They make perfect party food because they can be eaten in a couple of bites without making any mess. Plus, the combination of beetroot and goats' cheese is a classic for a reason - they are dreamy together!

    • 4
    (14 ratings)
  • Things you didn't know you could make with beetroot

    12 things you didn't know you could make with beetroot

    Our minds are blown by these ingenious creations including beetroot ice cream, beetroot risotto and more...

    • 5
    (5 ratings)
  • Beetroot raita

    Beetroot raita

    Vibrant beetroot raita is a delicious dip that's ready in 5 minutes. Just throw all of the ingredients into a bowl, mix and ta-dah, you've got a classic Indian dip for your onion bhajis or samosas.

    • 5
    (1 ratings)

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