Sneaky Beet Brownies

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Tuesday calls for something sweet.

It calls for some SNEAKY BEET BROWNIES! 😀 

Have your dessert and vegetables too! Sneak some beet puree into your brownie recipes for the most delicious and HEALTHY Sneaky Beet Brownies.

I call them sneaky beet brownies because you’d never actually know you could sneak a vegetable into an ooey-gooey batch of brownies. Plus, beets are loaded with potassium, which can help decrease the risk of CVD and help lower blood pressure, making this recipe a gold star for American Heart Month, which just so happens to be February! 

Have your dessert and vegetables too! Sneak some beet puree into your brownie recipes for the most delicious and HEALTHY Sneaky Beet Brownies.

I am really excited to introduce you to a product called Love Beets. Love Beets specializes in all-natural freshly cooked and flavor-infused beets. All of Love Beets products contain no artificial coloring or preservatives, are gluten free, and kosher! What I love about this product the beets come fully cooked and vacuumed sealed. This makes life so much easier when all you want to do is puree and use it inside different recipes 😀 Definitely saves you the hassle of having to peel, steam, and clean up a big mess of pink beet juice. 

Seriously how cute is their product packaging and branding? So cute you could win free beets for a year just by entering their Beet the Odds Sweepstakes on facebook (more info on this at the end of the post). 

You read my secret. I pureed the beets to “sneak” them into my brownies. It was easier than ever to do. I cut the seal, popped of the beets into my magic bullet, and voila- you’ve got the most beautiful looking beet puree around! 

I call them sneaky beet brownies because you'd never actually know you could sneak a vegetable into an ooey-gooey batch of brownies. Plus, beets are loaded with potassium, which can help decrease the risk of CVD and help lower blood pressure, making this recipe a gold star for American Heart Month, which just so happens to be February!

Oh, my love for brownie batter. 

Do I wish you weren’t made with raw eggs 😀

I call them sneaky beet brownies because you'd never actually know you could sneak a vegetable into an ooey-gooey batch of brownies. Plus, beets are loaded with potassium, which can help decrease the risk of CVD and help lower blood pressure, making this recipe a gold star for American Heart Month, which just so happens to be February! I call them sneaky beet brownies because you'd never actually know you could sneak a vegetable into an ooey-gooey batch of brownies. Plus, beets are loaded with potassium, which can help decrease the risk of CVD and help lower blood pressure, making this recipe a gold star for American Heart Month, which just so happens to be February! I call them sneaky beet brownies because you'd never actually know you could sneak a vegetable into an ooey-gooey batch of brownies. Plus, beets are loaded with potassium, which can help decrease the risk of CVD and help lower blood pressure, making this recipe a gold star for American Heart Month, which just so happens to be February!

I used gluten free all-purpose flour, but normal all purpose flour would work, too if you’re not gluten-sensative. I also used coconut-oil, but you coud sub canola oil or butter. 

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Sneaky Beet Brownies
 
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Serves: 9 brownies
Ingredients
  • -1/2 cup gluten free flour
  • -1/4 cup cocoa powder, high quality
  • -1/3 cup Organic Love Beets' beet puree
  • -1/3 cup sugar
  • -3 eggs, large
  • -1/4 cup coconut oil, melted and slighly cooled
  • -1 teaspoon baking powder
  • -1 teaspoon vanilla
  • -1/3 cup chocolate chips (semi-sweet, dark, or milk)
Instructions
  1. First, preheat oven to 350 and spray a 9x9 pan with nonstick cooking spray.
  2. Next, in a large bowl, whisk together dry ingredients. Then, add in wet ingredients: eggs, coconut oil, vanilla, and beet puree, and mix until smooth.
  3. Transfer batter into pan and cook at 350 for about 20 minutes or until you do the toothpick test and it comes out clean.
  4. Serve warm and gooey.
 
Check out Love Beets’ facebook page for their Beet the Odds Sweepstakes and a chance to win free beets for a year! All you have to do is share one of the four recipes shared onto your facebook page and you are automatically entered. Everytime you share the sweepstakes with a friend, you get an additional entry into the content. It’s almost as easy as sneaking beet puree into your brownies 😀
The grand prize is a year’s supply of Love Beets and a free nutrition/healthy living consultation with a noted nutritionist and cookbook author Ellie Krieger! #mykindofprize
 
Good luck! 
 
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I call them sneaky beet brownies because you'd never actually know you could sneak a vegetable into an ooey-gooey batch of brownies. Plus, beets are loaded with potassium, which can help decrease the risk of CVD and help lower blood pressure, making this recipe a gold star for American Heart Month, which just so happens to be February!
 

Sneaky Beet Brownies
 
Prep time
Cook time
Total time
 
Serves: 9 brownies
Ingredients
Dry Ingredients
  • -1/2 cup gluten free flour
  • -1/4 cup cocoa powder, high quality
  • -1/3 cup sugar
  • -1/3 cup chocolate chips (semi-sweet, dark, or milk)
Wet Ingredients
  • -3 eggs, large
  • -1/4 cup coconut oil, slightly melted
  • -1/3 cup Organic Love Beets' beet puree
  • -1 teaspoon baking powder
  • -1 teaspoon vanilla
Instructions
  1. First, preheat oven to 350ºF and spray a 9x9 inch pan with nonstick cooking spray.
  2. Next, in a large bowl, whisk together dry ingredients. Then, add in wet ingredients: eggs, coconut oil, vanilla, and beet puree, and mix until smooth.
  3. Transfer batter into pan and cook at 350 for about 20 minutes or until you do the toothpick test and it comes out clean.
  4. Serve warm and gooey.

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  1. Julie says

    Thanks for the recipe.. definitely going to try it out. Tempted to mix some beets into my black bean brownies now too.

    I noticed a comment about raw eggs.. thought I might suggest Flax or Chia eggs as an awesome substitute :-)

  2. says

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  3. Jill says

    i had beets to cook so i added the 1/4 cup of those beets. well they look like red velvet brownies!! i haven’t tasted them yet, the brownies are still in the oven. i hope they are yummy!!!

  4. Ana says

    There is no reference in the directions to were you put the chocolate chips. It’s in the ingredients section. Are you just using them to decorate on top? Thanks!

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