The Sweet Red Berries - raspberries crosswise

In Siii aroma water with strawberry flavor, aroma from natural strawberries is used - which gives a slightly sweet and natural strawberry flavor.

It is believed that raspberries have been eaten since prehistoric times, but they were first grown in the 1600th century in England and France. In the past, raspberries had several different functions - they were attributed healing effect and used right from tooth cleaning to treating burning eyes.

In fact, a raspberry is not just one berry! It's a cluster of many small fruits? Each raspberry contains approx. 100 small fruits! Each of these fruits is filled with a seed.

The sweet red berry?

Raspberries actually come in quite a few different colors. They can be red, purple, golden, black or yellow! There are so many species of raspberries, such as the Asian raspberry, black raspberry, American red raspberry, snow raspberry and flowering raspberry. Each has its own unique characteristics, including different colors, sizes, tastes of sweetness, texture and juiciness. Over 200 different varieties have been registered!

 

"Fall Gold" - beautiful yellow autumn raspberries. Has the same good properties as other autumn raspberries, as the variety does not get worms, as the late berry setting cheats the animals.

Raspberries, chocolate and beetroot?

Hmm ... that sounds like a pretty special combination - but it should be good enough. Invite one guest or more and play "guess the secret ingredient"! If you have the courage, the recipe is as follows:

Beetroot, raspberry and chocolate pie
 

    2 small beets
    2 cups raspberries
    1 cup dark chocolate
    1/2 cup water
    1 tablespoon maple syrup
    3 cups flour
    1/2 cup sugar
    1/2 cup oats
    1 cup butter


Here's how you do it:
  1. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius.
  2. Peel the beets into thin slices and place the bottom of your baking sheet.
  3. Boil the water and mix it with maple syrup. Pour this over the beets.
  4. Chop the chocolate and wash the raspberries and place them over the beetroot.
  5. Add butter, sugar, oats and flour to a bowl and crumble together with your fingertips until it forms a nice buttery crumbling consistency.
  6. Pour this over beets, raspberries and chocolate and bake for approx. 20 minutes - until the crumbs are golden brown.

 

And of course rinse all the glory down with a nice chilled bottle of Siii - the one with raspberries of course ..!