Our baby beets are tender, miniature versions of the classic beetroot. With their sweet and earthy flavor, these petite beets are a delightful addition to salads, roasts, and a variety of dishes
To maintain the freshness of baby beets, keep them in the refrigerator. If you have extra baby beets, consider blanching, peeling, and slicing them before freezing them in airtight containers.
Baby beets offer a tender and sweet addition to your dishes. Roasting them is a superb option. Wrap these baby beets in foil, add a touch of olive oil, and roast at 375°F (190°C) for about 30–40 minutes until they're tender and their natural sweetness shines through.
Q: Can I pickle baby beets?
A: Absolutely! Baby beets are excellent candidates for pickling. Their smaller size allows them to absorb flavours more quickly, resulting in delicious and tangy pickled beets.
Q: Are baby beets a good choice for introducing children to beets?
A: Yes, their mild sweetness and tender texture often make baby beets more palatable to children who might be hesitant to try regular beetroots.