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    Honey brings such a pleasant sweetness to these carrots in this easy recipe. These roasted honey glazed carrots are the perfect side dish for any meal.

    Roasted Honey Glazed Carrots

    I made this recipe last week as a side dish to our dinner. It turned out fantastic and I wanted to share it with you. Even though I used basic ingredients, the roasted carrots had such a wonderful flavor. Roasting them caramelizes the natural sugars and the honey just throws them over the top.

    Roasted Carrots

    This recipe is not only easy and quick to put together but it is also packed with vitamins and minerals. Carrots are immune boosters and perfect for this flu season. So next time you are wondering what healthy side dish to cook, try these delicious carrots. Even the pickiest of eaters will gobble these up.

    Honey Roasted Carrots

    There are so many ways to eat carrots – cooked, sauteed, grilled, roasted, juiced, in smoothies, raw. I don’t remember ever seeing fried carrots though. The people here in the South are known for frying everything, so who knows. So, what is your favorite way to eat carrots?

    What To Serve This Honey Roasted Carrots With

    You can serve them with any type of meat or seafood. You can also serve them with mashed potatoes and meatloaf.

    Roasted Honey Glazed Carrots

    How To Make Roasted Honey Glazed Carrots

    Roasted Honey Glazed Carrots

    These roasted honey glazed carrots are a perfect side dish for any meal, and great for holidays like Thanksgiving and Easter.
    Prep Time 15 minutes
    Cook Time 30 minutes
    Total Time 45 minutes
    Servings 4

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    • Wash, peel and cut carrots in about 3 inch long pieces and half lengthwise. And if needed, half the halves again (I hope that makes sense).
    • Combine olive oil, honey, sea salt and pepper in a bowl. Toss carrots with the honey-olive oil mixture. Spread carrots on a foil-lined baking sheet and bake at 400 F for about 30 minutes.
    • Sprinkle with chopped parsley and serve warm.


    Serving: 105g | Calories: 95kcal | Carbohydrates: 16g | Fat: 3g | Sodium: 344mg | Potassium: 244mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 12g | Vitamin A: 12820IU | Vitamin C: 5.8mg | Calcium: 25mg | Iron: 0.3mg
    Course Side Dish
    Cuisine American
    Keyword Egg-Free, Gluten Free, Grain-Free, Low Carb, Paleo, Thanksgiving, Whole30
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    Feb 03, 2018 | Updated: Oct 01, 2019

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    Bonnie S Postma

    Could you make this earlier in the day and then reheat in microwave at dinner time?
    Oven space is limited for Thanksgiving dinner.

    Kathryn Johnson

    5 stars
    I added a couple of drops of liquid smoke. This was a way to use up carrots this time. I think I’ll buy some just for this recipe!

    Janet Martini

    5 stars
    Absolutely Delicious and so easy to make!


    5 stars
    Super easyrecipe and everyone loved it. I made a double batch for our dinner party thinking I would have some leftovers for lunch. Well, no leftovers but great compliments!

      Neli | Delicious Meets Healthy

      Awesome! So glad everyone loved it! 🙂

    Cliona Keane

    5 stars
    Ooooo these look so tasty! I love making honey glazed carrots for my Sunday Roasts but they never look this good. Looks like I’ve found myself a new recipe to follow!


    5 stars
    I love the glossy honey glaze on these roasted carrots! Such a simple side dish to make, and I love how roasting intensifies the flavor of the carrots. These would be so perfect for Easter dinner.


    5 stars
    Okay, nice for a snack as well


    5 stars
    Been doing this for 20 years at least, it’s not new or American
    My Nan used to do carrots like this, she grew her own, just washed them, cut em lengthways and put cooking fat on them, salt (no pepper) then covered them in honey
    I still do it the way she did her’s
    Carrots are good for you and rabbits, never seen a rabbit wearing glasses 😄👍

      Delicious Meets Healthy

      Yes, I agree with you, this is not an American recipe. People all over the world cook carrots the same way. I had to pick one cuisine, and since I can’t list all countries in the world on the recipe card, I chose to list American since I live in the US. 🙂
      Loved to hear how your Nana used to make honey glazed carrots. Such a wonderful memory!

      Samantha Drab

      Don’t be petty, Derrick; just say thank you for the recipe, instead of getting into a contest about a recipe’s cultural origin.

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