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Beetroot Pink Coffee: Pink Is the New Black

Beetroot coffee

Beetroot coffee

Attention coffee lovers! We have discovered a new coffee that is healthy and helps with weight loss. Yes, sounds too good to be true, but it is. We are talking about pink beetroot coffee, also called root beet latte or beetroot latte.

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We spotted the trend drink again on Instagram, where health-conscious coffee lovers from the USA and Australia, in particular, are busy posting vegan caffeine-free drinks.

I make the Beetroot Latte with homemade beetroot juice and an espresso shot. You add any milk or milk alternative that you prefer – including almond, soy, oat, or coconut milk. It turns wonderfully pink and tastes fruity, delicious, and healthy.

Nutrition: This is what makes beetroot coffee so healthy

The beetroot is full of valuable health substances and also contains only 38 calories per 100 grams. It supplies the body with vitamins A, B, and C, as well as folic acid, iron, potassium, phosphorus, and magnesium. The fiber contained in beetroot activates the intestines and boosts digestion and metabolism.

In addition, regular consumption of the tuber is said to stimulate the formation of mitochondria in the human body. These small cell power plants ensure that the body burns energy more efficiently. The consequence? Fat deposits can be broken down more easily.

And finally: the secondary plant substances that give the tuber its red color protect the skin from free radicals and thus prevent the signs of skin aging.

Pink coffee is not only a great splash of color, thanks to the healthy ingredients, but the colorful coffee variant is also a fitness booster.

The times when coffee was only drunk black are finally over. Not long ago, the Matcha Latte with its greenish color was an absolute must for every trendy café. In the meantime, the color palette has been expanded and pink coffee is conquering the cafés. Its strong pink color makes it a real eye-catcher on the coffee table. But is it just a colorful gimmick? Or what is behind the pink variant of coffee?

The success story of pink coffee

The USA is an absolute trendsetter, especially in the food sector. How surprising that the pink coffee does not come from the land of unlimited opportunity but from Down Under – Australia. Here the “Beetroot Latte” conquered the Australian cafes.

The trend spread via Instagram and social networks, especially among health-conscious food bloggers who posted colorful snapshots of the trend drink.

What is beetroot coffee?

The question arises as to where the pink coffee got its striking color from and why it is considered particularly healthy. The Australian name “Beetroot Latte” already provides information about the special ingredients of the coffee specialty. It is made from beetroot.

Pink coffee can be prepared with fresh beetroot or with finished beetroot juice. The other ingredients include espresso, hot milk (also with plant-based milk), and honey.

No wonder, then, that pink coffee is rich in vitamins and nutrients such as vitamin C, iron, and folic acid. The pink coffee variant thus strengthens skin and hair, supports blood formation, and strengthens the heart.

How to make beetroot coffee

Many lose their appetite at the thought of beetroot. But it’s worth trying the pink alternative to black coffee. In fact, it’s very easy to make at home. With the following recipe, the pink coffee is conjured up in no time at all:

The trend drink is even faster with ready-made beetroot juice. The pink coffee looks like a latte macchiato or cappuccino, but the recipe actually doesn’t contain any coffee.

In principle, however, it can be converted into a caffeinated drink with an espresso. This is quickly prepared with a fully automatic coffee machine and perfectly complements the pink coffee.

In addition, the original recipe contains no caffeine.

Beetroot coffee: Here’s how you make pink coffee

Ingredients for a cup of beetroot latte:

Preparation:

An extra tip from our colleagues at Harper’s Bazaar: beetroot chips and nutmeg are the perfect garnish for the beetroot coffee.

The pink latte also tastes cold. Simply froth the milk cold and add ice cubes to the glass. The healthy summer drink is ready.

Otherwise, it is easy to prepare and enjoy at home – also as an iced coffee. The pink color is definitely a visual highlight – whether at home or in a café.

 

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