Low in calories and full of flavor, carrots come in a variety of colors - orange, purple, white, and yellow - and work beautifully in a variety of recipes. Browse these recipes for endless ideas, from honey glazed baby carrots to shredded carrots tossed in salads.
Carrots make a colorful and healthy side dish to perk up an everyday meal or add flourish to a special-occasion feast. While there are likely hundreds of variations on how to cook carrots, preparing these healthful veggies in a way that is especially delicious is key to getting even the pickiest eaters to pile them onto their plates.
Dress up glazed carrots with toasted pistachios for a fast, festive side dish.
Create a hearty, comforting meal in one roasting pan. Lemon, garlic, rosemary and more combine for big flavors in this family-size dish.
Shredded carrots add color and nutrition to this easy, make ahead appetizer dip.
For a slow cooker side dish that can't get much easier, try this ginger- and pomegranate juice-infused vetetable medley.
Carrot may seem a surprising addition to a sweet bread, but it's actually a perfect fitit adds moisture and it's a sneaky way to add more veggies to your diet.
Pair horseradish and thyme to flavor the beef and vegetables. Finish the beef with a simple sauce made by deglazing, the process of adding liquid to the pan and stirring to loosen flavorful brown bits from the meat.
If you've never made cake in your slow cooker, start now. This moist carrot cake only gets better with a generous slather of cream cheese frosting.
In about half an hour you can have this healthy take on the traditional potato pancake. Beets, carrots, eggs, and a little salt and pepper are all you need to make this classic Jewish dish as a side or appetizer.
Loaded with vitamin A, this side dish recipe also boasts a caramelized sweet flavor. Make it a healthy side dish by skipping the cream sauce.
Packaged baby carrots make this food gift easy. Pickled carrots add color and crunch to an appetizer spread.
Long, slow cooking, with stirring and watching, ensures success in producing the creamy results for this classic Italian side dish recipe.
Maple syrup, butter and thyme give fresh flavor to ho-hum carrots. Try this with canned or reheated frozen vegetables.
Convenience foods are perfect for quick dinners. Refrigerated cooked roast beef and cooked mashed potatoes make this home-style dinner doable in 20 minutes.