If you’re looking for a healthy, sweet, and tangy snack that will be sure to please your taste buds, look no further than pickled beet juice. Not only is it easy to make, but pickled beet juice has a variety of health benefits, including high levels of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties.
You can also add a few hard-boiled eggs to jars of pickled beet juice for an extra protein punch! These easy pickled beet eggs are a delicious addition to salads, deviled eggs, and even your favorite sandwiches.
Beet Pickled Eggs
Hard-boiled eggs infused with a flavorful, sweet, and tangy beet brine are perfect for an easy, nutritious snack that’s pretty to look at as well! The pickling liquid will deepen the color of the eggs, making them extra pretty for slicing on salads or adding to your favorite deviled egg recipe.
How to make beet pickled eggs
First, hard boil your eggs according to the package directions. Then, allow the eggs to cool before peeling them. You can use a variety of beets to make these beet pickled eggs.
The best pickled beets are small, early season beets with rich deep colors. These beets are tender and sweet and make for a great pickle.
A simple pickling solution of vinegar, sugar, salt, and spices is the base for these beets. The brine is then poured over cooked, peeled, and sliced beets in clean jars.
If you want to make these beets a little more spicy, add in some jalapeno or pepper flakes. This is a variation of the classic beet pickle recipe and is perfect for adding to salads or as a garnish on any meal.
How to make pickled beets and eggs
These beet pickled eggs are a traditional southern dish that you can serve at breakfast or brunch, but they’re perfect for any occasion. They’re quick and easy to make and are a delicious treat for anyone on a low carb diet.
You can use any type of beet to make these beet pickled eggs, but the red varieties are most commonly used. They have a deeper red color and are more tender than the pink beets.
The ingredients to make these beet pickled eggs are easily found at most grocery stores, and they’re super versatile. You can use either leftover beet juice or a can of beets, and you can even add other veggies like carrots and cabbage to the brine to make it more varied.
For more pickled beets and eggs recipes, check out my post: The Best Pickled Beets & Eggs!
Beet Pickled Eggs (Slow Carb)
If you are on a low carb diet and have some left over beets after making these beet pickled eggs, these are a great way to turn them into an easy, protein-packed snack. The beets are also a fantastic source of antioxidants and fiber, making these eggs a great addition to your low carb diet.
These beet pickled eggs are also a great addition to any low carb or gluten free menu, and can be eaten as a salad, added to deviled eggs, or on top of your favorite sandwich.