Eat your beets the right way!
We all have family members who don’t like vegetables very much. Especially when the word “beets” comes up, nobody will show up at the dinner table. Even when you are aware of the gazillion health benefits, your taste buds can have difficulty adjusting to your new healthy lifestyle.
This is why to make your life easy, hassle-free, and filled with nutrients, I have perfected the best “Candied Beets Recipe” for you. Try it, and we guarantee it will become your family’s favorite treat.
Candied Beets Recipe
- 5-10 Cooked golden or red Beets.
- 5-6 tbsp Unsalted Butter.
- 4 tbsp White, Caned, or Brown Sugar. (use any kind you want)
- 4 tbsp Honey.
- Some powdered Sugar for topping (optional).
- Take a Wok or a Saucepan, throw in the unsalted Butter and melt on medium flame.
- Add in the Brown Sugar, and cook until melted.
- Add in the Honey, and keep stirring until it starts to boil and thicken.
- Add the beets in thickened Honey and mix well to coat each of the Beets in the glaze.
- Keep stirring for the next 5 minutes, or the beets are fully cooked in the glaze.
- Serve hot, or let it cool down and store.
Candied Beets; Makes Things Sweeter!
You will spend your day making snacks when you have kids in the house. However, it is not always possible to cook healthy, especially when they have a sweet tooth with other errands to run.
Candied Beets are the best way to crave your sugary cravings in a healthy way. In addition, they are a perfect side dish for holidays and festivities. So, when you are bored of eating the typical salads or cannot have the fat-gaining dessert because you are on a diet, Candied Beets serve as your best friend.
If you are searching for making Restaurant-Style Dishes more healthily, I have some mouth-watering and simply delightful recommendations for you!
- Get health and nutrition on a plate by making our Whole Poached Salmon, Spinach Feta Chicken Sausage, and Barilla Spinach Lasagna recipes.
- Satisfy your sweet tooth by trying Almond Milk Flan, Almond Melt aways, and Peanut Butter Pie.
- Enjoy our nutritional, festive drink Almond Joy Martini Cocktail.
Candied Beets – Health Benefits
Health is wealth, and you can become as wealthy as you like!
We all know that all vegetables are healthy. However, Beets stand out among the rest. From kids to pregnant women, Beets serves as a cure to several diseases and improves your health.
Beets are rich in vitamins and minerals, many of which have valuable medicinal properties. With only 44 calories in one large Beetroot, they can be tossed in Salads, Sautéed, or Candied to make delicious dishes.
Moreover, Beets have been known to regulate blood pressure, improve oxygen levels in the body, reduces chances of infection, improve digestion and make your brain work better. So I guess we are not skipping beets in our meals next time.
Can You Store Candied Beets?
The best way to calm down your tantrum-throwing toddler is to give them candy, but store-bought is unhealthy and can make their teeth rot.
So, make the Candied Beets and store them in an airtight jar for a week in the fridge and a month in the freezer. Therefore you do not have to run to the grocery store when your kid is having a meltdown.
Tips to Make Your Beets better!
- Store the sliced and cooked Beets in the refrigerator, so it saves you a lot more time when you want to cook it.
- Always cook the Beets covered on low heat not to let their moisture dry out.
Time to Get a little sweeter!
With everyday problems, a healthy sweet treat can lift anyone’s mood without making them gain weight; a complete Win-Win. Therefore, next time you have a sad friend or your kid wants candy, get in the kitchen and make some Candied Beets.
I am a yogi with a smoldering passion for nutrition and healthy living. I have been a Nutrition and Lifestyle Coach for over 11 years and now I want to help you. My mission is to inspire as many people as I can to expand their awareness and broaden their horizons by giving a voice to the choices that create abundant, radiant health. Here I share deliciously simple plant-based recipes, nutrition resources, detox tips, and a glimpse into my whole lifestyle.