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the benefits of beetroot crisps

5th October 2016 by Jess

This snack is as simple as it gets - dehydrated beetroot slices with nothing added. The dehydration process preserves all the natural flavours and gives it a satisfying crunch, perfect for enjoying on its own or with a dip.

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Our beetroot crisps are unlike any savoury snack we’ve ever created. We love them because of their punchy colour and delicious natural sweetness!

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meet our beetroot crisps

This snack is as simple as it gets - dehydrated beetroot slices with nothing added. The dehydration process preserves all the natural flavours and gives it a satisfying crunch, with no added sugar, salt or oil.

Our beetroot crisps are made using innovative microwave vacuum technology, dehydrating fresh beetroot slices to capture their natural sweetness and vibrant colour, with no added sugar, salt or oil.

Because they are so pure they keep their natural nutrients, including manganese which helps your body release energy, and potassium which helps regulate blood pressure.

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beetroot goats cheese bites

Our taste expert Grace got creative in the kitchen and came up with this delicious goat’s cheese almond mixture to spread over them. Yum!

the best dip for beetroot crisps

If you’re looking for a lighter, more refreshing dip to compliment your vegetable crisps, this recipe is the one for you. This combination of cool, creamy yoghurt, zesty lemon juice, warming chilli and flavourful herbs, has an extra superboost of kale and spinach. Combine with our beetroot crisps and you’ve a seriously moreish snack, perfect for sharing.

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By Jess, graze nutritionist.

Our nutritionist extraordinaire, Jess is the creator of our health badges, to help you choose the snacks and boxes that are right for you. Check out everything from Jess on our blog, with recipes and tricks to help you keep making better choices.

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