Dried Beetroot Apple
Soak the apple slice in the beetroot juice and naturally dried. The benefits of Dried Beetroot Apple are beetroot have beta carotene and lutein which keep the heart-healthy.
- Keeping the blood pressure in control.
- Keep the cholesterol levels of the body in check
- Potentially aiding in weight loss
How To Consume
Dried beetroot apple can be enjoyed in various ways to add nutrition and flavor to your diet. Snack on them directly or mix them into trail mixes for a convenient and energy-boosting option. Sprinkle over yogurt or blend into smoothies for a sweet and unique twist. Incorporate into baked goods, cereal, or oatmeal for added nutrition. Enhance salads with chopped dried beetroot and apple or steep them in hot water for a fruity tea. The recommended serving size for dried beetroot apple, , around 1/4 cup, approximately 40 grams per day.
Taste & Texture
Dried beetroot and apple, when combined, create a unique taste experience characterized by a balance of sweetness from the apples, subtle tartness, and earthiness from the beetroot. The chewy texture of both ingredients provides a satisfying bite, with a potential slight crunch from the dried apple pieces.
Country of Origin
Natural fresh dried apple soaked in beetroot juice
Beetroot Apple allergy or experience any allergic symptoms after consuming Beetroot Apple, it’s crucial to seek medical advice.
To store dried fruits effectively, keep them in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight, using airtight, opaque containers to prevent moisture, light, and odors from affecting their quality. Recommended to keep in chiller or freezer for longer storage.