These carrots are out of this world!
I come from a family with a generational history of eye problems so my grandmother always pounded into everyone’s head that we should be doubling up on the carrots. Why? Because beta-carotene helps increase healthy vision and eye health.
Now, I’m not saying by making this side dish you are going to have super-human eye powers but you will have insanely satisfied taste buds. My family is crazy about these roasted potatoes and I make them for all our get-togethers, too.
This is such a simple recipe and you’re going to get amazing flavor with very little effort! G’head, give this roasted carrot recipe a try. I dare you!
Most helpful positive review:
Made using 10 carrots laid out whole on a cookie sheet lined with foil. Needed foil – what a mess – but easy cleanup w/foil. Used no pepper and very little salt. Extremely mild carrot flavor; reminded me of baked sweet potato fries. Still LOOKS like carrots so kids are reluctant to try – however, they can down them without making faces. Will make again!
SOOO GOOD! I used baby carrots. These carrots went perfect with the “Simple Slow Roast Chicken” I was baking. As I had the chicken already in the oven, I partially cooked the carrots then drizzled with olive oil and honey. I, too, am guilty of not measuring which makes this recipe very easy. I put the carrots in the oven (which was set at 250 degrees) for the last 2 hours of baking the chicken. Thank you FrackFamily5 for sharing your recipe! We really had a FrackFamily5 dinner that was very yummy!
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