If you’re wondering what meals you can prepare with carrots, look no further.
In this list of the best carrot recipes, I’ve included side dishes, desserts, and full meals.
So whether you’re looking for glazed carrots, carrot soup, or a wonderful carrot cake, I’ve got you covered.
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Honey Garlic Butter Roasted Carrots
If you want to make glazed carrots, this delicious recipe using honey sauce and garlic butter is the best of the best.
Cooked until they’re divinely tender, these glazed carrots make for a perfect side dish and only take 10 minutes to prepare.
You’ll need honey, butter, fresh parsley and garlic cloves.
Oven Roasted Carrots
With almost no prep time, these oven-roasted carrots make for a perfect side dish for any meal − particularly meat and poultry.
Easily customizable to suit your tastes, and also perfect for meal prep, here’s a recipe that will come in handy when you want to add more vegetables to your diet.
Ingredients: Extra virgin olive oil, black pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, Italian seasoning, and any other spices you like.
Spicy Korean Carrot Salad
This delicious, spicy, and exotic carrot salad makes for a perfect side dish. Or a perfect light summer lunch for those days when the heat is unbearable.
You won’t believe how much a few spices can really give a whole other flavor to your carrots.
Ingredients: Granulated sugar, smoked paprika (not hot), cayenne pepper, onions, white vinegar, ground coriander seeds, garlic, virgin olive oil.
Roasted Potatoes & Carrots
If you’ve also got some potatoes, here’s an even better recipe for roasted carrots And potatoes.
It’s often hard to manage to cook them to perfection, and when you don’t follow a recipe, you can get either uncooked or burned vegetables − and generally, they’re absolutely tasteless.
But not anymore. This recipe is completely foolproof and de-li-cious.
Ingredients: unsalted butter, garlic, dried parsley and thyme, fresh parsley.
If you’re looking for a full, balanced meal, you have to make this carrot soup.
Made in one pot, this carrot soup uses simple ingredients to create a wonderful, tasteful dish.
With bacon, onions, celery, light cream, and fresh garlic, you can easily imagine how this would be a crowd-pleaser.
If you have kids that hate soup (as kids usually do), that’s the first soup recipe I’d try to make them eat. Chances are they’ll love it!
The Best Carrot Cake
I told you we’d get dessert, and can you think of anything tastier than the traditional carrot cake?
So easy to make and perfectly moist with a delicious cream cheese frosting, this is the best carrot cake I’ve ever had, by far.
Once you realize how easy it is to make your own carrot cake, and after you realize how Delicious it is, you’ll want to make it over and over again.
You’ll need all-purpose flour, baking powder, baking soda, brown sugar, unsweetened applesauce, vanilla extract, cream cheese, unsalted butter.
Roasted Carrots with Pecan & Goat Cheese
For a decadent, delicious Fall side dish, you’ve come to the right place.
This Roasted Carrots with Pecans and Goat Cheese is great for the holiday season, or any time you want a really fancy dinner.
A perfect, gourmet treat for any special occasion. Besides, it’s not really hard to make.
You’ll need goat cheese, maple syrup, pecans, brown sugar, and unsalted butter.
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