Top Rated Carrot Recipes

Fermented Carrots
Giving a child, or yourself, a fermented carrot stick to snack on is so many levels up on a regular carrot in flavor, and of course in nutritional value. Just like I promised, this is fast slow food ready to grab and eat at any time. All the preparation is done before. Just peel and cut the carrots into rounds or sticks, depending on how you’d like to snack on them. I like rounds because they are bite-sized and perfect for munching on while I’m at the computer or watching TV. Sticks are great for dipping and also to give the kids to take with them as an on-the-run snack – often in the car. —Sharon Flynn, author of Ferment for GoodThe brine ratio should be roughly 3 percent.Preparation time: 5–10 minutesFermentation time: 1 weekEquipment: 1-liter (34-fluid ounce) jar, follower (see below), weight, your favorite flavor combination (see below)
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Fall's the best time to use up all those apples you've waited all year for; add them to a juice that's zesty and healthy. The recipe comes from Francesca Pucher, wellness coach and fitness expert. "This is a great digestive drink, and an excellent way to get extra vitamin C in your eating plan," she says. 
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Carrot Muffins
A healthy take on carrot cake. Utilize Greek yogurt and canola oil to produce moist, flavorful Carrot Muffins. Make a double batch and freeze some for easy weekday breakfast. Click Here to See More Muffin Recipes
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This recipe is a great way to get in your dose of beta carotene. Trust us, this recipe that isn’t just for the rabbits.
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Tzimmes is a traditional Jewish stew of apples and dried fruit sweetened with honey. Here is a simple recipe your readers can easily make from chef Marc Taxiera of The Russian Tea Room, located in New York City. See all stew recipes.
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carrots and tahini dressing
This is a super simple side dish made of shredded carrots and tahini dressing. You can make extra tahini dressing and add it on salad, warm potatoes, and more. 
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For a treat to settle that sweet tooth without undoing a workout, look no further. This shake is hardly a splurge with just a few sugars and plenty of protein for a post-workout reward.See our best smoothie recipes.
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Carrots
The Carrots with Lemon Dill Butter recipe below allows home cooks to elevate simple carrots with nothing more than cupboard staples. Nielsen-Massey Pure Lemon Extract is added to clarified butter, salt, white pepper, and fresh or dried dill for a light splash of citrus that will stand out and enliven the whole meal.
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Honey Carrot Soup
A simple vegetable soup from the National Honey Board perfect for any time of year: serve it hot during the winter when there aren’t a lot of fresh local vegetable options, or serve it chilled over the summer. Substitute vegetable broth in for the chicken broth if you’re looking for a vegetarian dish. Click Here to See More Soup Recipes
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Carrot Cake
Harrison Keevil, executive chef at Brookville Restaurant in Charlottesville, Va., used this recipe, along with pound cake, when making his own wedding cake. Click here to see Should I Make My Own Wedding Cake?
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Carrot, Pumpkin & Ginger Soup
I love to make a big batch of soup on the weekend and eat it throughout the week. This soup comes alive with the lovely rich pumpkin, the sweetness of the carrot and a kick of ginger. Enjoy with some crostini.
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Don't just boil your carrots for your next dinner party; glaze them. This recipe uses honey, butter, and an orange peel to infuse the carrots with a bright and rich flavor. 
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