Baked beets is one of the easiest ways to give your kids the nutrition they need without them even knowing it. The beets' sweet, mild flavor is amplified after spending a few minutes in the oven with a drizzle of olive oil. They're healthy, and they taste better than potato chips.
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"This amazing juice recipe will help you detox and get glowing skin. Call it your beauty secret!" says Valerie Orsoni, nutritionist and founder of the online weight loss sensation LeBootCamp.com. 
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Beet Salad
Sometimes, using a little help from the store can mean the difference between ordering takeout and making a home-cooked meal. The introduction of precooked fresh beets to the produce section is a boon to busy home cooks; no longer does anyone have to settle for canned beets when in a hurry. This quick and easy, delicious salad is a healthy starter for busy weeknights.
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Made by Will Lazar at New York City's Parm. Watch the video of how to make it. 
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Pickled Beet Salad
Here's a beet salad recipe that won't require you to light a single stove. While this recipe requires a bit of advance planning, it is indeed simple to prepare and is well worth the wait. This salad works well as both an appetizer or a side dish as a counterpoint to grilled meats and fish. Click here to see 7 No-Cook Side Dishes.
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Beet Tomato Sauce
Everyone loves a great tomato sauce with their pasta, but sometimes you need to shake it up. By adding these vinegar-roasted beets, you give some unexpected flavor and texture to the old standby. See all tomato recipes. Click here to see Just Beet It.
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Beet Smoothie
As a veteran of several juice cleanses, I’m no stranger to drinking my beets. Not only is this smoothie packed with nutrients, but also it's sweet and easy-to-drink. My raging sweet tooth demands lots of honey, but feel free to cut back — or not include it at all. The hot pink hue means serving the smoothie in an elegant glass is non-negotiable. Click here to see Just Beet It.
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With their magnificient color, delicious flavor, and vitamin richness, beets are one of my favorite vegetables. In the summer I serve this soup at room temperature; in the winter I like it hot.
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Roasted Balsamic Beets
In my opinion, nature’s bounty of beautiful, nutritious vegetables is completely underrated. And beets are a perfect example of this. They brighten up any meal with their gorgeous, earthy reddish-purple color and are highly nutritious to boot. We eat beets in my house about once a week (our favorite vegetables are kale and broccoli; not a day goes by without those brassicas at our table). So, back to beets. This root vegetable is thought to have nutrients that contain both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. The nutrients in beets are also thought to assist in detoxification. That’s not why we eat beets, though, we just like them. They're delicious and super easy to prepare!
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Who needs tomato juice when you can use beets? At Boulder, Colo.'s OAK at Fourteenth, Bryan Dayton created a beet version of the Bloody Mary using beets, mole bitters, orange liqueur, and tequila. 
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Baked Golden and Red Beets with Anise Vinaigrette
These colorful beets are never more delicious than when prepared simply. Here, they’re baked until perfectly tender and dressed with a delightful anise-flavored vinaigrette. When crushed in a mortar, the anise seeds impart a delicate licorice essence to the beets, making this unfussy salad a tad exotic. Serve this beet duo as a first course or side vegetable or as part of a tapas spread. Either way, they’re as delectable to the palate as they are pleasing to the eye.
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A beet-infused cocktail (that's delicious), created by Snake Oil Cocktail Co. for the ChefDance dinner series at the Sundance film festival.
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