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I could not be more excited about this incredible dessert, which I first developed for the Nutrition Month Communicating Food for Health newsletter last year. Ever since its debut, rave reviews have been pouring in. So I decided it was long past time to offer you a free handout with this recipe. After all, how better to help your clients bite into a healthy lifestyle?
Anyway, here is the downloadable handout in all its glory. If you’d like a preview of the recipe, check out the text below…
Raspberry Beet Cheesecake: Serves: 12, Serving Size: 1/12 of the cheesecake
Serves 12. Each serving contains 219 calories, 12 g fat, 6 g saturated fat, 0 g trans fat, 108 mg cholesterol, 184 mg sodium, 21 g carbohydrate, 2 g dietary fiber, 17 g sugar, and 7 g protein.
Each serving has 9% DV vitamin A, 10% DV vitamin C, 7% DV calcium, and 5% DV iron.
You can roast the beets in the oven while you cook dinner. For extra speed, use the microwave instead.
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