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Anyone know you could turn juice into syrup this easily?
Yup, just like maple comes out of a tree as water (you’ve probably seen it recently bottled as a hydrating beverage to rival coconut water) and gets boiled down into syrup, beet juice can be turned into a sweet, sticky sauce for drizzling.
Add a little vanilla or cinnamon (or both) and it’s extra delicious, no added sugar, colors, or preservatives necessary.
Take that, Aunt Jemima.
WHY WE LOVE THIS RECIPE
Beets are packed with antioxidant power and natural sweetness. Turn them into a syrup and you’ve got the perfect flavor-enhancer to drizzle on salads, in cocktails, or on pancakes. Plus, the vibrant color is totally Insta-worthy.