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How To Make a Superfood Beetroot Latte

If you’ve ever wanted to make those pretty, pink lattes that you see in the trendy (yet expensive) cafes, then you’ve come to the right place.

We’re going to show you how to make your own beetroot latte with just a few simple ingredients.

This trendy drink is totally natural and packed with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties.  Plus it’s a caffeine-free shot of energy!

Beets contain many essential nutrients such as iron, nitrate, potassium, B vitamins, folate, copper and magnesium.

They are a great way to detoxify the liver, reduce blood pressure, and increase energy levels.

Below is an informative infographic by Dr Axe showing the amazing health benefits of beets…

Health Benefits of Beets

Beetroot health benefits
Image credit: Dr Axe

Now that we’re aware of the many health benefits of beets and why we should incorporate this superfood into our daily diet, let’s begin to make this cozy and creamy pink latte.

This recipe is dairy-free, gluten-free and sugar free!

Beetroot Latte Recipe

1/2 cup hot water

1/2 cup steamed almond milk

1 tsp beetroot powder

1/4 tsp cinnamon powder

2 tsp honey or natural sweetener of choice


In a mug, add beetroot powder and ground cinnamon.

Pour a tiny amount of the hot water to mix powder into a thick paste with consistency.

Add the rest of the hot water and sweetener of choice. Stir well until paste is fully incorporated.

Pour the steamed almond milk into the mug.

Serve and enjoy!

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