Simple dish with tender carrots with a buttery glaze and a mild sweetness.
Simple dish with tender carrots with a buttery glaze and a mild sweetness.
A nice recipe. I love carrots just the way they are. This recipe might get those on the fence about carrots to give them a try. I don't think I would use fresh from the garden carrots for this, as they are usually pretty sweet. But it does help perk up store bought carrots that don't tend to be as sweet. Thanks!Read More
A nice recipe. I love carrots just the way they are. This recipe might get those on the fence about carrots to give them a try. I don't think I would use fresh from the garden carrots for this, as they are usually pretty sweet. But it does help perk up store bought carrots that don't tend to be as sweet. Thanks!
Absolutely delicious! My family ate this up like it was going out of style. And so easy! I made it as a side to go with Maple Salmon and garlic mashed potatoes. Will definitely make again! I cut out one tablespoon of butter, and it turned out just as good.
These were excellent! I made two small changes - had some baby carrots that needed used, so I used those, and I added about 1/4 t. cinnamon. Even my 3.5 year old asked for seconds!
This is a good base recipe. I confess, the 5 stars are for the results of my alterations. I used half honey & half brown sugar. I used the zest & juice of half a large lemon. And I added 1/4 tsp of ground ginger. Yum!
Simple, but sometimes simple is the best! I've made these several times now, and every once in a while I have a moisture problem with the carrots that prevents the glaze from getting thick. Just add some more brown sugar and cook it a little longer in the "glazing step" and it'll be fine. Top it with some chopped parsley so it's beautiful! If you don't have white pepper, black pepper is nearly the same (a little stronger)..white pepper is pretty much used to prevent black specks in your dish, which isn't a problem here with the darker glaze.
This is one of my favorite recipes for carrots. I got my children and grandchildren to love them. To make a change in the flavor pallet I add a 1/2 tsp cinammon, 1/2+ tsp vanilla, and a dash of nutmeg. It becomes mock glazed yams and goes great with chicken and dressing and savory green beans.
I made this tonite for dinner and it was super easy and delicious. The only thing I added as a tsp. of cinnamon and I used baby carrots without cutting them up. My whole family said to make it again.
The flavor is fantastic! Know that if you're using baby carrots (as pictured) vs carrot sticks as noted in the recipe, simmering for 10 minutes will leave them still quite crunchy in the middle.
I'm not a huge fan of carrots but I loved this recipe! Sure easy and quick, and a great way to add some flavor to any meal. I didn't make any changes at all- I was even able to get my picky two year old to eat some, which is always a major plus!
Liked the recipe as it, but next time will double the butter/brown sugar glaze. Family liked the dish very much, and it's different than the ho hum veggies that I usually prepare.
Made for me and my husband. They were okay. Kind of bland.
I have always made glazed carrots the traditional way. Cooking raw carrots in butter and sugar until the carrots were done and the sugar/butter carmelized. But you always had to watch so carefully at the end because the sugar could burn from one minute to the next.... This was so much easier, and they tasted just as good. Thank you
Very nice. simple yet tasty. I didn't have white pepper so sub regular pepper and still turned out good
I didnt use ground white pepper. It came out pretty good. I used a dash of blk pepper n tsp of cinnamon.
Very good, just enough sweetness without losing the taste of the carrots. Just before serving I sprinkled a sliced almond/dried cranberry mixture on top.
everyone loved it! including my 2yr old BUT that's probably bc they are coated in sugar:) I think next time I'll try less sugar and butter to see how it turns out.
I made this tonight for my family and everyone loved it!! I used baby carrots also because thats what I had and they worked out perfectly! Will definitely be making this regularly! Thanks for the great recipe:)
Wonderful comfort food with meatloaf and mashed potatoes! No changes, will make this again!
This is Thanksgiving standard in my home now.
Wow!! This is the easiest, tastiest way to make carrots. My son went back for seconds and thirds. Didn't change a thing...it was perfect!
I liked them but they weren't anything for me to rave about. I'm not sure if they needed more of something in order to avoid them drying out. the glaze is ok, but if they are sitting in a dish for some time they seem to dry out. They taste fine.. like carrots. I will make them again, because I love carrots.
I used slightly less brown sugar and it was just perfect. Thank you!
I made these for my family last night and everyone absolutely loved them! They were very easy to make and didn't take a lot of work. I will definitely be holding on to this recipe.
These are absolutely yummy!!! Made exactly as the recipe said. My mother couldn't get enough.
We had this on Easter Sunday. Made recipe exactly as written. Simple and delicious!
Very quick and easy. I like it... Will add more butter and sugar next time though... Also best to cook it in a medium sized pot rather than a big one.
We both really enjoyed this. It was a great way to use up the little carrots from the garden.
Delicious and super easy!! Even my super picky toddler loved them!!!!
Great quick recipe! Loved it..
Realllllyyy easy and quick to make. Will be making a again, flavor is simple but open to add so much
Hubby and I both really loved this. Its not too sweet, just a hint to accenuate the carrots own sweetness.
I made the recipe exactly as written and got rave reviews from the family. My grandson ate 3 helpings and would have eaten more if his mother had let him. Easy and tasty!
It was really easy to make this. They were delicious. They were great with the meatloaf I made!
solid recipe for a family staple. I have used this recipe twice for my friends and family. solid. recommend.
A delicious side dish!
These were delicious and so easy to make.
Yum! Thank you, so easy!
Yummy. I also added 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon. Best carrots I've ever made. This recipe is a keeper.
Brought for Christmas and was a hit. I did end up adding a little more butter and Brown sugar just be a use it didn't look like enough sauce. Not much .more and probably would've been just as good without adding.
Good, simple recipe, as is. I will definitely be making it again.
Just the right amount of sweetness..very good!
Very easy to make. It turned out great! Family loved it.
Everyone loves these. Even my son who doesn't like veggies loves them. I make them often now. So simple and so good.
Delicious & easy! I used black pepper
One of my family's fave side dishes!
I cut carrots in 1" pieces and followed recipe exactly with the same exception that I grated some orange peel for a little bit of zing. White pepper makes a difference and I recommend you stick with it.
Great basic glazed carrot recipe.
Taste a lot like sweet potatoes. Very easy and even the kids liked them.
This was a big hit! I cut my carrots longer than pictured, mainly for aesthetics and added a tiny bit of maple syrup to the glaze (just because I had it, I don’t think it needed it). It turned out really good! The sauce thickened after it sat for a bit, so I probably should’ve gave it some time before serving. Oh well, now I know for next time! I will definitely be making these again.
I basically doubled the amount of butter and used baby carrots. Margarine also works as a substitute for butter.
These were good, nice addition to dinner for a change of pace. I added parsnips which were nice with the carrots.
Made with no changes. Delicious. Both of us loved them. Made May 30, 2018.
Basic, classic glazed carrots!
This recipe is so easy and delicious! I used fresh carrots out of the garden, no white pepper because I didn’t have any. My husband loved them as did I. I will definitely make these again!
We liked our carrots to be a little more tender, so after the initial simmering of the carrots, we put them in with the glaze and covered the carrots for an additional 5-7 minutes to get to a more desirable tenderness.
My kids and I loved it, I didn't have the white pepper so just put a dash of black pepper in and honestly tasted yum!
Yummy and easy. I did not add the salt.
I added a little cinnamon and my God this was a hit. It deserves 5 stars because it was delicious and took no time to make.
I'm usually a fan of carrots by themselves, but the sauce was a nice touch!
Loved it! Not too sweet or buttery, and was quick and easy. Added a little cinnamon at the end - delicious! Will definitely make again.
I made this recipe for Easter and my family really loved it!!! (My Mom told me she will never eat plain steamed carrots again. There were zero leftovers
I prepared a single serving, cutting the recipe to one-eighth. (Thank you, AllRecipes, for the scaling service!) I used fat whole baby carrots (as pictured) and simmered 10 minutes. They were not quite as tender as I wanted; I think a few more minutes would have improved them. I did not stir the carrots continuously, but periodically as I was doing other final meal preparations. Otherwise, I followed the directions exactly. That said, the recipe was as simple as described, and very tasty - just what I was looking for.
This is great! So easy, and it turned out just right. A great way to use up some left over carrots.
Made this tonight and it was very easy and really good. I didn't change anything. Will definitely make this again!
Easy to make and everyone loves it. I will 100% make this again.
Super easy. No leftovers at Thanksgiving.
Before any recipe goes into my personal home cookbook it has to pass the test as is according to the original recipe, other than that I adjust to make it acceptable to book worthy. I can honestly say I tried it three times as written and it was heaven in your mouth all three times. I highly recommend this, especially for how easy of a side this could be to complete that meal of yours that is just missing something.
I used baby carrots and they were delicious!
Delicious, easy and pretty quick! Seems to go well on the side of a variety of meals, especially ones that need a sweet kick. Definitely will be making again.
Easy and delicious
Great recipe, easy to make with simple ingredients I already had in my kitchen!
no changes. loved it and I will make again.
I make these about three or four times a month. We love them.
So delicious and simple! This is a hit with my family, have made and will make again and again.
Was skeptical cause I didn't know what to expect and if anyone would care for them but to my surprise this dish was a hit! Easy and delicious!!! Instead of white pepper I used black and was great! A definite keeper and making it again!
So quick to make and super tasty !
How could anything you put butter and brown sugar on Not be good? Steamed fresh carrots w/ 1/2 tsp of white sugar is a staple around our house.
This recipe is very easy to make. Made it for Christmas dinner with the family, everyone liked it. Only gave it 4 stars because I'd prefer the flavor to be baked into the carrots. Next time I'm going to try partially cooking the carrots, make the glaze and then bake for a while. But the recipe is still good as is.
Family loved it and my Grandbabies had seconds. Will make this anytime my carrots need to be used.
Very easy to make and great just as the recipe is written but also leaves room to alter it to your own family's taste. I added a dash of cayenne pepper and just a tad of nutmeg to it. It turned out sweet and savory with a tiny bit of heat in the after note. I feel like the nutmeg added a savory note to it. I make these just as the recipe states when I'm feeding people who don't care too much for hot peppers. This will definitely be a staple recipe to use up carrots from our garden. I have even made them with frozen crinkle cut carrots when I'm in a hurry and they're still awesome.
This is a great side for any dinner. Very easy to make and tastes great too.
Really good. My husband and two sons don't usually like cooked carrots but they liked these. Made it with organic carrots (orange, yellow and white carrots)
I made this recipe for my sons wedding reception.I made enough to feed 90 people. I have to confess I used canned carrots and everyone raved over the them. I have a request to make them again for Thanksgiving. We will definitely make this recipe over and over again.
I picked this recipe because it looked like a good, quick, and easy recipe for glazed carrots. My problem is that the actual instructions were too "easy." There's no detail in how to make the glaze. I've now tried making it twice and both times ended up with a giant caramel wafer and had to use a different recipe at the last minute.
I wouldn't have thought that a recipe could be so easy and taste so good. I didn't make any changes. Will definitely be making this again.
My kids love it. I tried to jazz it up with a little bit of wine and it was not well received. They've asked that I don't mess with it!
Just a little touch of added sweetness, not overpowering. I preferred to steam the carrots until almost done. I then combined the remaining ingredients in a pan, added the carrots, sauteed for about 5 more min and topped with parsley. These were very good, but I'd personally like a bit more flavor (garlic powder, seasoned salt?). Thanks for the nice, easy recipe!
This was so easy and so delicious! I made it as a last minute side for Christmas dinner and it was a hit!! Not too sweet, just enough!! You can add a little extra salt/ and a little less brown sugar if you want it even less sweet. I recommend this recipe!!
These were excellent. I made them as the recipe said except I used regular pepper. Easy and delicious.
Super easy recipe! And great recipe. I made these for Easter and they were a big hit.
Too much butter, sugar. Carrots were over sweetened to my taste. Even my kids (ages 9, 13) didn't care for it, and they're usually pretty good about eating their veggies.
Excellent recipe and super easy using only three ingredients. I cheated and used canned baby carrots. Drained them well, put them in the pot with butter and brown sugar until the sugar was bubbly and carrots were coated. (Left out the salt and pepper as canned vegetables already have salt.) Removed the carrots to a Pam coated baking dish then reduced the sauce mixture to desired thickness. Poured over the carrots coating all of them well and set in the oven under the broiler to further caramelize. Watch closely or they will burn. Next time I might add some crushed red pepper for that sweet and spicy flavor. Yum!
So I'm a Adult who hates the taste of cooked carrots and i doubt the glaze would hide that taste, I Add 1 tsp sugar, salt and chicken powder seasoning when boiling & after draining, butter with brown sugar, i probably add less brown sugar as i added sugar to the water. The best carrots i ever consumed :)
Bomb! The best!
Not for us. But not bad.
I made these for Easter to complement a rack of lamb. They were excellent! I did take the liberty of switching out the brown sugar for an equal amount of "real" or natural maple syrup. I added the cinnamon as was suggested by so many. It was good, but next time I think I'll try it without. Either way, I have a new carrot recipe that will get used again and again. Thank you!
I thought this was very good.
a good way to get kids to eat carrots