Today I’m going to be sharing a recipe that combines two of my favorite things: beet juice and pickled eggs. It’s super easy to make too. You can have it ready to go into the fridge in less than 10 minutes.

If you’re looking for something a little different, also try my Jalapeno Pickled Eggs and Easy Refrigerator Pickled Eggs (these are incredible when turned into egg salad!). Or if you’re looking for another way to use your beets, these Pickled Beets are so good for you and really easy to make.

How to Make Beet Juice Pickled Eggs

  • Boil a dozen eggs over high heat (about 12 minutes is good). Allow them to cool completely before peeling.
  • Prepare the beets. Open a can of beets and remove the slices of beet. Set aside the leftover beet juice in the can (don’t throw it away!).
  • Using the beet juice you set aside, combien it with cider vinegar, and honey in a saucepan.
  • Boil. Bring to a boil over high heat.
  • Pack. Pack the hard boiled eggs and beet slices into a jar then pour the hot vinegar mixture over top of the eggs. Make sure not to fill it all the way to the brim so avoid spilling.
  • Refrigerate. Put the lid on the jar and refrigerate the pickled eggs for a minimum of 7 days before eating.

Beet Pickled Eggs

Beet Pickled Eggs

Can I Use Fresh Beets Instead of Canned Beets?

If you would rather use fresh beets instead of canned, that’s definitely an option. Just keep in mind that it’s probably going to be quite a bit tricker to extract the beet juice in that case.

However, if you own a juicer, or you’re willing to put in the time to extract the juice with some other method, then using fresh beets does indeed work great for pickling eggs.

Beet Pickled Eggs

If you’re looking for a spicy version, try these spicy beet pickled eggs from Sommer at A Spicy Perspective.

2 Other Quick and Tasty Ways to Pickle Your Eggs

But what about those folks out there who may not be overly fond of the taste of beets? After all, there’s no denying that they can be quite ‘earthy’ tasting.

If you’re looking for an alternative, here are 2 other great methods to pickle eggs:

  • Pickling your eggs with a savory and spicy mixture consisting of jalapeno peppers, mustard seeds, and black peppercorn can produce quite an intense flavor. This method is highly recommended for people who love that spicy kick!
  • A more basic method of pickling eggs simply focuses on making a quick and easy brine mixture: white vinegar, salt, and honey. This is perfect if you’re just looking to pickle a batch of eggs quickly without worrying about adding any other ingredients or juices.

Beet Pickled Eggs

(Also try: Quick and Easy Pickled Carrots)

5 from 1 vote

The Best Beet Juice Pickled Eggs

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 12


  • 12 hard-boiled eggs, peeled
  • 1 cup red beet juice, from fresh or canned beets
  • 1 ½ cups cider vinegar
  • 1 tsp honey
  • 4-5 slices of beets


  • In a saucepan combine the beet juice, vinegar and honey. 
  • Bring to a boil over high heat. 
  • In a jar, pack the eggs and beet slices. 
  • Pour the hot vinegar mixture over the eggs. 
  • Put the lid on and leave to cool.
  • Refrigerate for seven days before serving.
  • Store in the fridge for up to 1 month.
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Emma Kelly

Lover of smoosh faced dogs, cooking (of all kinds), spending as much time as I can in the garden (especially with homegrown veg and cut flowers), and diy’ing everything! Make sure to follow me on Pinterest for more easy meals, (mostly) healthy desserts and crave-worthy snacks. Learn more about me here.

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  1. 5 stars
    I just pickled my first batch of home grown beets,mmmm. I am almost to the bottom of the jar and wondered if I could use the leftover juice for the eggs and how would I do that? Do you also have recipes for leftover beet pickled juice?
    Thx you