20 Heart "Beet" Valentine's Day Recipes

Nothing "beets" a happy healthy heart to celebrate love. Did you know that the beautiful beet is packed with superhero heart-healthy nutrients that increase blood circulation, balance blood pressure, and reduce inflammation? Interestingly, the "quirky" heart-shape of the beetroot implies a deep connection to the icon of love. Beets even "bleed" red, the vibrant hue containing powerful antioxidants protecting against heart disease. There are so many reasons to eat more beets!

This Valentine's week, give your loved ones (and yourself) a vibrant dose of deliciously healthy foods, love, and laughter. 

"Where there is love there is life." -Mahatma Gandhi


20 Heart “Beet” Valentine's Day Recipes

  Heart Beet Risotto  by  Oat & Sesame

Heart Beet Risotto by Oat & Sesame

  Pink Power Beet Pancakes  by  The Nourished Seedling

Pink Power Beet Pancakes by The Nourished Seedling

  Super Red Detox Juice  by  Just Beet It

Super Red Detox Juice by Just Beet It

  Malaysian Beetroot Rendang  by  Vermilion Roots

Malaysian Beetroot Rendang by Vermilion Roots

  Roasted Beet and Radicchio Salad  by  A Spicy Perspective

Roasted Beet and Radicchio Salad by A Spicy Perspective

  Beetroot Chocolate Bundt Cake  by  The Persian Fusion

Beetroot Chocolate Bundt Cake by The Persian Fusion

  Roasted Beet Soup  by  Epicurious

Roasted Beet Soup by Epicurious

  Quick-Pickled Beet Stems  by  Just Beet It

Quick-Pickled Beet Stems by Just Beet It

  Healthy Vegan Beetroot Cutlet  by  Easy Cooking with Molly

Healthy Vegan Beetroot Cutlet by Easy Cooking with Molly

  Beet Smoothie  by  Simple Healthy Kitchen

Beet Smoothie by Simple Healthy Kitchen

  Wellness Beet Juice  by  Trinity’s Conscious Kitchen

Wellness Beet Juice by Trinity’s Conscious Kitchen

  5 Ingredient Simple Beet Dip  by  The Conscious Dietitian

5 Ingredient Simple Beet Dip by The Conscious Dietitian


Just Beet It BONUS: DIY Red Food Coloring

The vibrant red color of beets is perfect for creating a natural red food coloring! The bright stain from red beets that may cause you to cringe every time you think of cooking or handling beets is a beautiful, fascinating, and underdeveloped feature of the red beet.