6 Scrumptious Uses of Beets Under 300 Calories


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The antioxidant-rich root vegetable is low in calories (60 per cup) and contains more iron than spinach. Beets are also rich in potassium and fiber and studies show they have anti-inflammatory benefits. From a savory egg breakfast to luscious brownies, here are seven creative and delicious ways to use beets.

Beets are sweet, earthy, and delicious options for anyone looking to cut calories without sacrificing taste. Here are 8 amazing beet recipes. What are some creative ways to use beets? about 10 extra calories for a 300-calorie meal, meaning that just by slowing down the rate at which you.

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Once beets are cooked, your possibilities for using them are vast. You can use cooked beets in salads, to make hummus or to blend into smoothies. They can be diced for slaw, quartered for. This bowl pairs beets, strawberries, zucchini and bananas with protein powder and milk to create that bright pink base. The best part is, this bowl packs in 20 grams of fiber.

For women, that’s 80 percent of your needs, and for men, it’s 52 percent, per the recommendations in the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Beets are some of the most nutritious foods on the planet! Not only are they loaded with fiber, minerals, and vitamins, but they’re rich in antioxidants and phytochemicals. Drinking beet juice regularly can: Lower blood pressure Speed up detoxification Boost your. Counting calories?

This board is for you. We’ve divided our favorite low-calorie recipes into three sections: 200-calorie recipes, 300-calorie recipes and 400-calorie recipes. Each section contains recipes for filling and nutritious meals to serve at breakfast, lunch, dinner or snack time.

Take the guesswork out of your calorie-conscious diet with our favorite low-calorie recipes. Minted Beet Salad. We have neighbors who share vegetables from their garden, and every year my husband and I look forward to their beets.

My interest in Mediterranean food inspired this beet salad recipe—the vinegar and oil dressing with fresh mint tones down the sweetness of the beets.

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Beets have a lot of nutritional attributes, but they are also relatively high in carbohydrates so you don’t want to eat a lot of them if your goal is weight loss.

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Those who love beets and know how healthy they are, but don’t need the extra calories or avoid such things as roux and sour cream, should enjoy this recipe.

“Polish Heritage Cookery” by Robert Strybel, Maria Strybel
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Toss the beets with the olive oil and 1 tablespoon of salt in a medium bowl.

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TOSS the beets with the oil on a rimmed baking sheet; season with ¾ teaspoon salt and ¼ teaspoon pepper.

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Four ounces of avocado has 227 calories, 9 grams fiber, 3 grams protein, and 21 grams fat, of which 75 percent are healthful monoand polyunsaturated fats.

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Toss the beet slices in the dressing and serve either hot or at room temperature,

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Toss the beets with the olive oil and a pinch of salt and a pinch of pepper.

“The Sexy Vegan Cookbook: Extraordinary Food from an Ordinary Dude” by Brian L. Patton
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There are many ways to consume beets, but the best way is raw.

“The Paleo Cardiologist: The Natural Way to Heart Health” by Jack Wolfson
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A dressing that blends three tablespoons of oil (360 calories), ¼ cup of pine nuts (229 calories), and some cilantro, salt, and lemon juice would supply 590 calories—555 of them from fat.

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Tip: Beetroot’s main benefits are that it contains no fat, very few calories and is a great source of fibre.

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  • I want to try your hummus, but only have an immersion blender, how could I do this? I am trying to eat better and this recipe sounds and looks amazing.

  • Canned peas? just use frozen, they will thaw by the time you are read to eat..  Use tender beet tops cut in a chiffonade instead of parley, and use sour cream mixed with pickle juice to dress.  And lot of dill, if it is beautiful and you have it!  Could also use hard boiled eggs on the side and forget about the chicken or ham.  Lots of shredded cabbage and diced chicken and you could call this Borscht Salad.

  • I think this recipe is originally from Finland. And they add apples. It’s called Rosolli and it is eaten around Christmastime. But maybe it’s famous in all of the Baltic States by now.

  • There is a red onion in Ukraine that is sweeter and more squat shaped than the rounds ones in the US. I would use a red onion, perhaps dicing it and soaking it in water for 30 minutes then draining and adding to the salad.

  • Beet root halwa is super super delicious.
    Shred beet root.
    Place the shredded beet root on the cooker and add equal amount of sugar.set in cooking mode.
    In a pan
    To 50ml of butter or ghee
    Add cashew and dried grapes.
    Saute till the cashew is nicely fried in fat.
    Then add to the beet root in the cooker.
    Serve hot or cold.
    Something to die for.
    One can do the same with carrot
    To add to the calories.
    Can sprinkle 100gm of milk powder
    Enjoy with ice cream.
    The colour of beet root with ice cream is a beautiful sight to finish a meal.enjoy
    Thanks Sarah.
    I saw your interview yesterday.
    Can you do a no fuss cake.

  • I plant my beets in my garden.. i just cook it in the pressure cooker, cut, add onions and dress with shoyu (i think is what you call soy sauce, not sure..) and some vinegar. Done. And the leafs i add to stir fry or smoothies..
    I really enjoyed the recipe and will give it a try.. except for the salad.. goat cheese is expensive AF were i live.. quinoa and walnuts too (buy only once a year kind of situation)… even the f*cking dijon mustard is like 20 bucks a very, VERY small bottle.. i want to live there to eat all that, kale, grapefruit, berries, aspargus.. then i could make all of you recipes! Hahah

  • You have to try the russian red beet soup!
    My whole family loves it and you won’t taste the dirt:D it’s a soup full of vitamins and sooo freaking tasty.

    Love from germany♥♥♥

  • My favourite way to eat beets might be a little strange, but I grew up on it and love it to this day.
    Just cook some roughly cut up beets in some salted water until they are tender, then transfer those into some dish filled with vinegar (if pure is a little strong for you, go ahead and mix together some water, as much vinegar as you like to give it some flavour and maybe a pinch of salt).
    Let the beet cool down in the liquid and leave it there until you are ready to serve.
    Then take the pieces out, drizzle them with a little olive oil and add some freshly crushed black pepper to taste (black pepper goes wonderfully with this).
    I love it super acidic with a lot of vinegar and a nice amount of pepper.
    It might sound a little strange, but it’s basically a bit like pickled beets, except that you don’t add a ton of salt:D
    Also beets are obviously great in small quantities to dye any food. You can even use beet juice to dye cupcakes or add small chunks into your mashed potatoes, you will not taste it if you don’t add huge amounts, but you will get a nice bright and natural colour:)

  • i dont know where is from information about Vinaigrette being Ukrainian Salad. Its traditionally Russian dish with French name  & originally came from Germany or Scandinavia. Yes it was popular in USSR but it doesnt make it just ukranian food. Salmagundi one of variations with beets goes way before Vinaigrette.

  • This may sound weird, but you might wanna try juicing the beets with apples and carrots ABC juice:):) try juicing it with pineapple too!! Lots of antioxidants there… Tbh it makes the earthy taste more bearable haha

  • Just made the roasted beer risotto…delicious!!! Thank you so much for the great ideas on how to add beets to our meals! Even my husband liked it! Can’t wait to make the hummus and the salad!

  • Beet hummus…? That sounds interesting!
    I’m planning a trip to Disney World in the beginning of May. And I really want to bring my own lunch to save few bucks so I can drink around the world at EPCOT 😉
    With that being said, I’m looking for different hummus flavors/recipes. “Hummus| 3 Delicious Ways” video would be appreciated!:)

  • one of my families favorites but we add a little vinegar n more dill!!! yummmmmmmmmmmmmmm also never had it with the peas but i am positive it would be good. we add red kidney beans!!!!! ty so much. have a great 4th.

  • So, what is the cheapest vegetable? It would be nice to learn to love food that I can reasonably afford. I would love to see what you could do with a budget meal. 

  • this looks really great! i ferment my own pickles, beets and carrots so i think next time i do i will ferment the carrots and beets either diced or grated so i will be able to make this without needing to cook them (only have to cook the potatoes) and depending on what spices i use to ferment everything with… hmmm…

  • I am in love with your channel! Learned so much! Thanks! I just found out I am pregnant and you have the best healthy food advice! ��

  • I love them so much! My mom steams them for smoothies with some frozen fruit (which is so good) and I normally steal one, chop it up and just eat them alone. They taste like raw corn but sweeter! I just love it

  • Risotto only needs 18 minutes to cook, always use hot broth. You will know it’s done when you pull a grain out squish it with your finger and see 2 little lines left. Let’s not over complicate things here!:)

  • The only way I would eat beats is on a potato salad. When I was a kid my mother always made them that way. Can you please show a potato salad recipe with it?

  • I am making that humus! I am having a hard time finding Tahini. I have been to a few grocery stores and no luck or I am looking in the wrong areas.  Would a bulk food store carry it?