Beetroot is one of the coolest vegetables manufactured by Mother Earth! They’re packed with minerals such as iron, manganese, copper, potassium, and magnesium but most importantly, they taste delicious, both raw and cooked! Valentine’s Day was a good excuse to cook something pink, ), a shade dedicated to love. I’ve already taken up the challenge to cook a 100% pink Buddha Bowl, which you can check out here. But stay over here, this dip is way easier to prepare!
I’ve been dreaming about creating these really cool toasts for a while now, not only to seduce my other half (it’s already done, we’re getting married, yeahhhh!) but to make our meals at home an amazing experience. Since buying my mini cookie cutter, styling food has been so much easier. Because let’s be honest, those little beetroot and avocado hearts make all the difference!
This summer, pink is all over the place. I’ve been craving pink clothes (shopping trip - check), pink accessories, pink everything. So why not having a pink Buddha Bowl after all? I had so much fun looking for pink veggies and fruits although it’s not that easy. To prepare this recipe, you’ll have to start making pink hummus...
Experimenting with pink hummus for the very first time kind of reminded me one of my favorite game as a child: playdough!!! My food processor is tiny (urgently need to buy a new one, any recommendations?) and I had to blend my pink hummus one batch at a time, never using the same amount of beetroot.