Sunday, 12 November 2017

Beetroot Latte

I love a good latte, vanilla latte, pumpkin spice latte, gingerbread lattes, and so on, however there not exactly the healthiest, as a caffeine addict i like to try and cut down the coffee, because although its great, it doesn't always have the nicest side effects!

I am sure you've all heard of the healthy trendy lattes by now like matcha lattes and turmeric lattes not only do they have a bunch of nutritional benefits but there also delicious.
But have you heard of beetroot lattes yet? I recently came across them online of course, and thought to myself thats very interesting I must try it!

Beetroot poses an array of health benefits including lowering blood pressure, cancer fighting, reducing inflammation and detoxifying as well as being full of vitamins and minerals.
And even if your not a huge beetroot fan you'd be surprised just how delicious this beetroot latte is and to top it all off there pink and look super cute!


1/2 a fresh beetroot
200ml of any plant based milk of your choice
(and some extra milk for foaming)
cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla essence


Start by baking your beetroot in the oven on 180 degrees for around 10 mins, you can also skip this step and use your beetroot raw if you prefer.
Next cut your beetroot into small pieces and place into a blender with your plant milk and other ingredients.
whizz it up until its fully blended.
Next take a strainer and strain the mixture out into a pot, you can skip this step but the straining just helps prevent any unwanted lumps of beetroot and gives a smoother finish.
Then heat up your latte to your desired taste on the hob.
lastly top with some extra foam if you want the real latte experience.

Sit back, relax and enjoy!

Hope you liked this lil recipe let me know your thoughts?
Have you tried a beetroot latte?



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