Love Beets is a line of unique, cooked fresh baby beets that started out of the United Kingdom in 2010 and recently became available in the United States on the West Coast. A premium beet, they are the perfect “ready-to-serve” salad topper, side dish or healthy snack.
Love Beets are newly available in our produce section. Why does everyone at Mollie Stone’s adore Love Beets? Let us count the ways:
- No need to plan ahead: Sure, you can roast beets at home. But you have to do it hours before you want to eat them, making it difficult to accommodate sudden beet cravings. Love Beets are cooked, peeled and ready-to-eat right out of the package.
- Restaurant quality meals at home: Baby beets appear on restaurant menus everywhere, but the average household rarely enjoys them at the kitchen table. Love Beets make it easy to take your salad from average to extraordinary in 1 minute flat.
- Foolproof ingredient for delicious results: With infusions like Sweetfire, Honey & Ginger, and White Wine & Balsamic, Love Beets effortlessly lend a sophisticated flavor profile to your salad, sandwich, cheeseboard or anything else.
Keep reading to learn more about the delicious infused flavor varieties with quick suggestions for enjoying each kind.
Sweetfire Beets: Ruby red baby beets, freshly cooked and infused with Sweetfire marinade which adds a sweet & zingy chili kick to salads and spices up cold meats and sandwiches.
- Slice and tuck into a bagel with smoked salmon and cream cheese.
- For a great instant salad, mix chopped Sweetfire beets with grated carrot. No need for a dressing!
Honey & Ginger Beets: Cooked baby beets dipped in a sweet Honey & Ginger marinade with a touch of dark soy to spice up your salads.
- Try with sliced oranges for a new take on a classic Moroccan salad.
- Delicious with cold meats or a selection of cheeses.
White Wine & Balsamic Vinegar Beets: These delicately flavored baby beets are delicious on their own, or in salads and sandwiches.
- Team them in salads with mild cheeses such as Monterey Jack or mozzarella.
- Arrange with sliced pears, arugula and goat cheese.
Beets dipped in a Fine Mild Vinegar: Not quite a pickled beet, these are whole ruby beets, freshly cooked and dipped in a fine mild vinegar to give a subtle sweet flavor with mild acidic notes. This ready-to-eat beet is ideal served with cold meats and salads.
- Particularly good with stronger cheeses – try a mature cheddar or chipotle.
- Whizz it up with chickpeas and tahini for a great-tasting (and delightfully pink) hummus.
Looking for more ways to enjoy Love Beets? Click here to browse recipes!