This Harvard Beet recipe is a great side dish to go with almost anything. It has a hint of sweet and beets are so healthy! If you haven't tried beets like this, you need too - they are THAT good! #sides #vegetables #beets

This Harvard Beet recipe is a great side dish to go with almost anything. It has a hint of sweet and beets are so healthy! If you haven't tried beets like this, you need too - they are THAT good! #sides #vegetables #beets

This is my Grandma's recipes for tangy, sweet Harvard Beets.  I have tried other recipes, but none are as flavorful as hers.

This is my Grandma's recipes for tangy, sweet Harvard Beets. I have tried other recipes, but none are as flavorful as hers.

Easy Roasted Harvard Beets are a family favorite passed down from my Grandmother. They are the perfect blend of sweet and sour.

Easy Roasted Harvard Beets

Easy Roasted Harvard Beets are a family favorite passed down from my Grandmother. They are the perfect blend of sweet and sour.

Harvard Beets have the wonderful flavors of sweet and sour.  They are a delicious way to add variety and lots of flavor to your vegetable rotation for dinner. via @https://www.pinterest.com/BunnysWarmOven/bunnys-warm-oven/

Harvard Beets have the wonderful flavors of sweet and sour. They are a delicious way to add variety and lots of flavor to your vegetable rotation for dinner. via @https://www.pinterest.com/BunnysWarmOven/bunnys-warm-oven/

Harvard Beets for the Freezer (or Right Away) from Food.com:   								The only way to eat beets! When I harvest my beets in the fall I always make up a few batches of this for the freezer-they're just as good reheated and it's a wonderful quick veggie for winter! To prepare fresh beets, I cover them with water, cook for 30 minutes to an hour till tender, then peel and cube. This recipe is a Swedish family tradition. The long cooking time includes the time the beets need to marinate.

Harvard Beets for the Freezer (or Right Away)

Harvard Beets for the Freezer (or Right Away) from Food.com: The only way to eat beets! When I harvest my beets in the fall I always make up a few batches of this for the freezer-they're just as good reheated and it's a wonderful quick veggie for winter! To prepare fresh beets, I cover them with water, cook for 30 minutes to an hour till tender, then peel and cube. This recipe is a Swedish family tradition. The long cooking time includes the time the beets need to marinate.

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