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Brown Sugar Carrots Video Glazed Carrots are the best side dish to practically everything! PIN THIS RECIPE TO SAVE FOR LATER Reasons you will love this Candied Carrots recipe Brown Sugar Carrots Ingredients What type of carrots are best for this recipe for glazed carrots Glaze for Candied Carrots Recipe Candied carrots recipe variations Honey Glazed Carrots recipe Maple Glazed Carrots recipe Brown Sugar Glazed Carrots recipe How to prepare carrots for this candied carrots recipe Are peeled carrots best for brown sugar carrots? How to cut carrots for brown sugar carrots Different methods for making this recipe for glazed carrots Making brown sugar carrots in a crockpot Making candied carrots recipe in the oven Making this recipe for glazed carrots in the microwave Doubling Candied Carrots recipe Storing this Recipe for glazed carrots Reheating Brown Sugar Carrots Making Candied Carrots recipe ahead of time This recipe for Glazed Carrots goes well with many dishes WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF EATING CARROTS? Candied Carrots FAQs Want to try this recipe for glazed carrots? PIN ITTO YOUR SIDES, VEGETABLE OR HOLIDAY BOARD TO SAVE FOR LATER! Tools for making candied carrots recipe Cast Iron Deep Fryer 12 in. Kitchen Knife Set Teak Wood Cutting Board Garlic Press Measuring Cups and Spoons Set Wooden Spatula Set Brown Sugar Carrots with Maple Glaze Save This Recipe To Your Recipe Box Ingredients Instructions Video Notes CROCK POT GLAZED CARROTS GLAZED CARROTS IN THE OVEN Glazed Carrots in the Microwave Can I Double This Recipe? HOW TO PREP AHEAD Never Miss a Craving

Glazed Carrots are tender, sweet and savory coated in an irresistible brown sugar maple glaze. The buttery tender carrots are a quick and easy, inexpensive side dish perfect for every day dinner but delicious enough for the holidays like Easter and Thanksgiving too. These Brown Sugar Glazed Carrots are bursting with flavor and are destined to become a new favorite addictive side for both adults and kids alike! This Candied Carrot Recipe is made on the stove top so the glaze can become perfectly sticky, but I’ve also included instructions on how to make glazed carrots in the oven, crockpot and microwave in the post as well!

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Glazed Carrots are the best side dish to practically everything!

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Reasons you will love this Candied Carrots recipe

The last few weeks I’ve been sharing Easter recipes like Garlic Parmesan Risotto, Garlic Butter Smashed Potatoes and Kentucky Butter Cake – because it’s never too early to start thinking about food – and now I’m excited to share these Glazed Carrots (sharing video to FB Saturday)!

We eat lots of veggie sides at our house like roasted broccoli, roasted cauliflower, balsamic asparagus, roasted root vegetables, just to name a few – but none of them scream COMPANY more than these Glazed Carrots. Why you might ask?

  • CROWD FAVORITE: EVERYONE loves Brown Sugar Glazed Carrots! Ordinary carrots transform into an indulgent sweet and buttery treat – without tasting too sweet – and the kickin’ seasonings will excite your taste buds and draw you back for more and more and more.
  • ACCESSIBLE: I also love this Candied Carrot recipe because carrots are inexpensive and I always have carrots hiding out in my veggie drawer and they last forever as opposed to other veggies. So you can make them any day OR holidays!
  • STOVE TOP: This Glazed Carrots version is made on the stove top so you don’t need to make space in the oven or dirty more than one skillet!
  • FOOL PROOF: Cooking Candied Carrots on the stove also makes it really easy to cook both the carrots and the glaze perfectly – they are virtually fool proof!
  • QUICK: And best of all? This Brown Sugar Glazed Carrot Recipe is on your table in less than 30 minutes – and most of that time is hands-off simmering!
  • GRATEFUL GROANS: But wait – the REALLY best part is the echo of grateful groans mingled with excited clamoring for the best Glazed Carrot recipe your guest have ever had.
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Brown Sugar Carrots Ingredients

Aside from the WOW taste factor, I love this Glazed Carrots recipe because it uses pantry friendly ingredients. All you need are:

  • Carrots: use carrots on the thinner side.
  • Butter: use unsalted butter so we can control the salt.
  • Brown sugar: caramelizes to form the tantalizing glaze.
  • Maple syrup: adds a swanky maple flavor.
  • Seasonings: pinches of dried thyme, ground cinnamon, pepper, ground ginger,chili powderadd exciting, complex range to the Glazed Carrots recipe and help the glaze from being one note sweet without overwhelming the overall flavor.
  • Balsamic vinegar: its fruity tang and complex sweetness adds complexity to the glaze. Use quality balsamic vinegar for the best flavor.
  • Lemon juice: cuts through the sweetness and adds a pop of sunny citrus. Although I always prefer fresh lemon juice, bottled lemon juice is perfectly fine in this Candied Carrots recipe – now the only perishable ingredient is the carrots!

Keep all the pantry friendly ingredients stocked and you can make this quick and easy Glazed Carrots recipe at a moment’s notice!

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What type of carrots are best for this recipe for glazed carrots

My favorite type of carrots for this Glazed Carrotsrecipe are thin, whole carrots. They are sometimescalled baby carrots, not to be confused with baby-cut carrots. Whole, thin carrots are still young and havenot matured to thick, tough or woody stems.

Try and choose thin carrots that are relatively the samesize so you don’t end up with crunchy carrots mixed with tender carrots.

You can often find baby carrots/thin carrots inmulti-colors which makes for beautiful for presentation, especially foroccasions like Thanksgiving and Easter!

Are baby carrots good to use for this candied carrots recipe?

Baby-cut carrots that come in the bag would be my last choice for this Glazed Carrots recipe. I don’t think they have nearly as much flavor when cooked or as an appealing texture. But if they’re your thing, go for it!

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Glaze for Candied Carrots Recipe

Oh, the Glaze!These Candied Carrots would just be carrots without the irresistibleGlaze! The Glaze is a simple combinationof butter, brown sugar, maple syrup, balsamic vinegar, lemon juice andseasonings all simmered until thick, hot and bubbly.

The sweetness is balanced by the fresh pop of citrus (don’t skip!), splash of tangy balsamic and punchy seasonings. Although seemingly simple, the dynamic seasonings create a blend that is both subtle and tantalizing. The thyme adds a minty earthiness while the chili powder, cinnamon and ginger add a robust, warmth with a slight zing that cuts through the sweetness. It’s a dance of harmonious proportions and flavors.

The salt and pepper are essential but you are welcome to customize therest of the seasonings, but I can’t guarantee as spectacular of results!

The glaze will seem thin at first but will reduce as the sugars caramelize to create the delectable clingy coating.

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Candied carrots recipe variations

  • Spices: Swap the chili powder, cinnamon and/or ginger for ground cumin, cardamom, etc. Swap the dried thyme for other herbs such as rosemary or parsley. Whatever you do, I highly suggest a pinch of spice otherwise the Glazed Carrots will all taste one note. They need a zing to contrast the sweetness.
  • Carrot Size: As previously mentioned, you can cut the carrots any shape you choose – from ½-inch to leaving them whole!
  • Carrots: What a fancy presentation? Try some multi-colored carrots!
  • Add crunch! I LOVE crunch with my veggies! You can garnish Glazed Carrots with roasted pine nuts, pistachios, slivered almonds or crushed pecans.
  • Sweeteners: Glazed Carrots, also called Candied Carrots, are characteristically sweet from either sugar, maple or honey.You can use all brown sugar, maple or honey or mix and match. You just need 3 tablespoons sweetener total.
    • Brown sugar: adds sweetness with a slight warm molasses flavor and is deeper and richer than other sweeteners.
    • Maple syrup: adds sweetness with maple, nutty, caramel undertones.
    • Honey: adds sweetness with a light, floral tone.
    • I chose to use 2 tablespoons brown sugar and 1 tablespoon maple syrup for this Glazed Carrots recipe to create a complex, dynamic sweetness, but you can customize the glaze to suite your personal preference or what you have on hand.

Honey Glazed Carrots recipe

You can make Honey Glazed Carrots by substituting the brown sugar and maple syrup in this recipe with honey instead.

Maple Glazed Carrots recipe

You can make Maple Glazed Carrots by substituting the brown sugar in thisrecipe with maple instead.

Brown Sugar Glazed Carrots recipe

You can make Brown Sugar Glazed Carrots by substituting the maple syrup in this recipe with brown sugar instead.

How to prepare carrots for this candied carrots recipe

Are peeled carrots best for brown sugar carrots?

I prefer to peel the carrots for aesthetic reasons, otherwise they look a little too rustic for my taste. Some guests, might even find unpeeled carrots off-putting. The carrot peel, however, is safe to eat once scrubbed clean so you can leave the peel on if you prefer. This might come in handy for super busy nights when you just want to chop and simmer!

How to cut carrots for brown sugar carrots

The shape and size of your carrots is entirely up to you! The great thing about this Glazed Carrots recipe is that the glaze ingredients and technique works for any shape or size of carrots. The only thing you will have to change is the cooking time – less cooking time for thinner carrots, longer cooking time for larger or whole carrots.

You can choose to cut your carrots into ½-inch ovals,1-inch ovals, 3-inch pieces, thin batons (AKA carrot sticks), or even leavethem whole.

My favorite of all these options is thick, 1-inch ovals. I find this size sturdy enough to hold their shape, chunky enough to really savor the tender texture and not just fall apart in your mouth, and small enough you don’t have to cut them with your fork. I also like this size because you get a larger glaze to carrot ratio – which is always a good thing.

Different methods for making this recipe for glazed carrots

Glazed Carrots are one of my favorite ways to cookcarrots because I always have the ingredients on hand – and they are SO quickand easy! Here’s how to make them:

  • Step 1 – Caramelize Carrots: The first step is to add the carrots to some hot oil and let cook undisturbed for 2 minutes, then continue to cook and stir for 3 more minutes. This extra step caramelizes the carrots just a touch which enhances their natural sweetness and means more FLAVOR! You can skip this step if you’re in a hurry, but it does make a difference.
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  • Step 2 – Cook Carrots: Next, remove the skillet from heat and carefully add enough water to reach 1” deep in the skillet. Watch your face as you add it because the skillet will be HOT and produce a lot of steam.
  • Bring to a boil, cover, and reduce heat to a simmer. Cook the carrots until tender. This can range from 12-18 minutes depending on the actual size of your carrots, size of your pot, etc. you want the carrots to just be fork tender because they will continue to cook in the glaze and you don’t want them falling apart.
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Step 3: Glaze: Add butter and garlic and cook until the butter melts, then add brown sugar, maple syrup, lemon juice, balsamic vinegar and all seasonings. Continue to cook and stir until glaze thickens to its shiny, clingy glory, about 5 minutes.

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Making brown sugar carrots in a crockpot

You can make Glazed Carrots in the crockpot and then thicken the glaze onthe stove if you prefer a thick glaze (raising my hand high!):

  1. Add carrots to a lightly greased crock pot.
  2. Melt butter and add to carrots along with all remainingingredients.
  3. Stir to evenly coat.
  4. Cook on HIGH for 2-3 hours or until carrots are tender.
  5. Transfer carrots and all of the glaze to askillet. Cook over medium heat untilglaze thickens, about 5 minutes.

Making candied carrots recipe in the oven

If you are looking to make glazed carrots in the oven, then I suggest my spectacular Honey Roasted Carrots instead. I don’t recommend this Glazed Carrot recipe to be made 100% in the oven because the glaze does not thicken. Still, if you would like to make them only using the oven, here’s how:

  1. Add carrots to a lightly greased oven-proof safe dish.
  2. Melt the butter in the microwave and drizzle over the carrots along with the rest of the ingredients (except omit olive oil). Toss to evenly coat.
  3. Cover, and bake at 425 for 40 to 50 minutes or until tender.

My preferred method for Glazed Carrots in the oven is to roast them first, then add the glaze. Here’s how:

  1. Add carrots to a lightly greased, foil-lined baking sheet.
  2. Toss carrots with 2 tablespoons olive oil and all seasonings.
  3. Spread carrots into an even layer.
  4. Bake at 425 for 40 to 50 minutes or until tender.
  5. Add carrots to a large skillet along with remaining ingredients. Cook over medium heat until glaze thickens, about 5 minutes.

Making this recipe for glazed carrots in the microwave

Cooking Glazed Carrots in the microwave would be my last choice and only used for lazy-day occasions (not company) because the carrots won’t caramelize and the glaze will remain runny. On the plus side, however, the glaze flavor will still taste fabulous and you don’t have to babysit a skillet!

  1. Add carrots to a microwave-safe dish with a lid.
  2. Fill the dish with about 3/4″ of water.
  3. Cover and microwave for 6-8 minutes or until carrotsare fork tender.
  4. Drain the water using a colander (you want the carrotsas dry as possible) and leave the carrots in the colander while you microwavethe butter in the same microwave-safe dish.
  5. Once melted, add carrots back to the dish along withall remaining ingredients.
  6. Stir to evenly coat.

Doubling Candied Carrots recipe

Absolutely! You willwant to use a larger pan like a deep braiser or even Dutch oven that can easilyaccommodate all of the carrots. You wanta pan with as much surface area so more carrots can come in contact with thehot oil and slightly caramelize in the first step. Also, choose a pan with a tight-fitting lid,otherwise, you can cover tightly with foil.

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Storing this Recipe for glazed carrots

  1. Allow the carrots to cool completely on the counter.
  2. Transfer the cooled carrotsto an airtightcontainer and seal.
  3. Refrigerate for up to 3 days.

Reheating Brown Sugar Carrots

The butter will harden slightly around the Candid Carrots in the refrigerator but will melt into a glaze when reheated. To reheat, add carrots to a buttered skillet and heat over medium heat just until heated through. If the Glazed Carrots are dry for whatever reason, melt in a little extra butter.

You can also reheat in the microwave for one minute then at 30-secondintervals until heated through.

Making Candied Carrots recipe ahead of time

These Glazed Carrots are best fresh, but they still taste great whenreheated. Here are a few prep-aheadoptions:

  1. Peel and slice the carrots and store them in anairtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
  2. Peel, slice and cook the carrots per instructions justuntil tender, drain, and store in an airtight container in the refrigerator forup to 2 days.
  3. Make Glazed Carrots entirely and store in anairtight container in the refrigerator.When ready to serve, add carrots and any hardened glaze to a buttered panand heat over medium heat just until heated through. If the Glazed Carrots are dry for whateverreason, melt in a little extra butter.

This recipe for Glazed Carrots goes well with many dishes

I not only loveGlazed Carrots because they taste amazing, but because they are an easy side toSO many meals!

  • Special occasions: Glazed Carrots taste gourmet enough for special occasions even though they are so simple to make! They pair beautifully with Thanksgiving Turkey, Brown Sugar Glazed Ham, or Baked Ham with Cider Maple Glaze.
  • Beef: When serving Glazed Carrots with beef, just be prepared for them to steal the show! We love serving them with Beef Tips and Gravy, Beef Brisket, Burgers, Pan Seared Steak, Spice Rubbed Steaks and Beef Stroganoff.
  • Poultry: Candied Carrots pair beautifully with any chicken dish from simple roast chicken to Chicken Parmesan, Chicken Cordon Bleu and Creamy Mushroom Chicken.
  • Seafood: Glazed Carrots are a home run with Lemon Panko Salmon, Honey Garlic Shrimp, Old Bay Shrimp and Bacon Wrapped Shrimp.
  • Pasta: Many pastas like Lasagna, Chicken Stroganoff, Shrimp Fettuccine, and Manicotti don’t include veggies, which is the perfect opportunity to serve Candied Carrots!
  • Sandwiches: Candied Carrots are the perfect accompaniment to Slow Cooker French Dip Sandwiches, Philly Cheesesteaks and Italian Beef Sandwiches.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF EATING CARROTS?

We have all heard that eating carrots is good for your eyesight, but they are also rich in antioxidants, vitamins (specifically vitamin A), minerals, and fiber.Evidence suggests that eating moreantioxidant-rich vegetables like carrots can help reduce the risks some cancer and cardiovascular disease. So, bring on the Glazed Carrots!

Candied Carrots FAQs

What can I add to carrots for flavor?

You can add a variety of ingredients to carrots to enhance their flavor. Here are some delicious options:
1. Herbs and Spices: Fresh or dried herbs like thyme, rosemary, dill, or parsley can infuse carrots with aromatic flavors. Spices such as cumin, paprika, garlic powder, or ginger can add warmth and depth.
2. Citrus: A squeeze of lemon or orange juice, or even some grated zest, can provide a bright and zesty flavor to carrots.
3. Honey or Maple Syrup: A drizzle of honey or pure maple syrup can add sweetness and a subtle caramelized flavor when roasted.
4. Butter: Butter and carrots are a classic combination. A pat of butter adds richness and a creamy finish.
5. Nuts: Toasted nuts like almonds, pecans, or walnuts add a delightful crunch and a nutty undertone.
6. Cheese: Grated Parmesan, cheddar, or feta cheese can provide a savory and cheesy twist to cooked carrots.
7. Balsamic Vinegar: A splash of balsamic vinegar can lend a sweet and tangy contrast to roasted carrots.
8. Fresh Garlic: Minced or roasted garlic complements carrots exceptionally well, adding a savory and aromatic dimension.
9. Fresh Herbs: Chopped fresh herbs like cilantro, basil, or mint can provide a burst of freshness and color.

What is the best cooking method for carrots?

The best way to cook carrots is to caramelize them on the stove top or in the oven to enhance their sweetness and flavor. For the stovetop, sauté them for a few minutes, then add water and cook until tender (like in this recipe). For the oven, spread into an even layer and roast until tender.

Can I freeze cooked glazed carrots?

Yes, you can freeze cooked glazed carrots. Allow them to cool to room temperature, portion them into airtight containers or freezer bags, and label them with the date. When you’re ready to enjoy them, thaw the glazed carrots in the refrigerator and reheat them to your liking. Properly frozen and stored, they can maintain their quality for several months in the freezer, making them a convenient side dish for future meals.

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Brown Sugar Carrots with Maple Glaze

Glazed Carrots are the best side dish to practically everything! These Glazed Carrots are tender, sweet and savory coated in an easy, irresistible brown sugar maple glaze. The buttery tender carrots are a quick and easy, inexpensive side dish perfect for every day dinner but delicious enough for the holidays like Easter and Thanksgiving too. These Brown Sugar Glazed Carrots are bursting with flavor and are destined to become a new favorite addictive side for both adults and kids alike!

Servings: 6 -8 servings

Total Time: 30 minutes mins

Prep Time: 10 minutes mins

Cook Time: 20 minutes mins

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Ingredients

  • 2 pounds carrots peeled and cut into 1” lengths*
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • water
  • 3 tablespoons unsalted butter
  • 3 cloves garlic minced
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon pure maple syrup may sub honey or brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon balsamic vinegar
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt plus more to taste
  • 1/4 tsp EACH dried thyme, ground cinnamon, pepper
  • 1/8 tsp EACH ground ginger, chili powder or more to taste (I like more)

Instructions

  • (Optional for more flavor): Heat oil over medium-high heat in a large skillet with a lid. Once hot, add carrots and cook undisturbed for 2 minutes, then continue to cook and stir an additional 3 minutes.

  • Remove from heat and carefully add enough water to reach 1” deep in the skillet. Bring to a boil, cover, and reduce heat to a simmer. Simmer 12-18 minutes (depending on actual carrot size, pot size, etc.) or until carrots are barely fork tender, adding additional water if it evaporates too soon. Once tender, drain carrots of any excess water and add carrots back to skillet.

  • Add butter and garlic to carrots and cook over medium heat until the butter melts. Add brown sugar, maple syrup, lemon juice, balsamic vinegar and all seasonings. Continue to cook and stir until glaze thickens, about 5 minutes. Taste and add additional salt if desired (I like more salt). Best served warm.

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*I cut the top of the carrots closer to ½ “ thick so they are they same size as the smaller 1” chunks

CROCK POT GLAZED CARROTS

  1. Add carrots to a lightly greased crock pot but do not add water.
  2. Melt 3 tablespoons butter and add to carrots along with all remaining ingredients.
  3. Stir to evenly coat.
  4. Cook on HIGH for 2-3 hours or until carrots are tender.
  5. Transfer carrots and all of the glaze to a skillet. Cook over medium heat until glaze thickens, about 5 minutes.

GLAZED CARROTS IN THE OVEN

If you are looking to make glazed carrots in the oven, then I suggest my spectacular Honey Roasted Carrots instead. I don’t recommend this Glazed Carrot recipe to be made 100% in the oven because the glaze does not thicken. Still, if you would like to make them only using the oven, here’s how:

  1. Add carrots to a lightly greased oven-proof safe dish but do not add the water.
  2. Melt the butter in the microwave and drizzle over the carrots along with the rest of the ingredients (except omit olive oil). Toss to evenly coat.
  3. Cover, and bake at 425 for 40 to 50 minutes or until tender.

My preferred method for Glazed Carrots in the oven is to roast them first, then add the glaze. Here’s how:

  1. Add carrots to a lightly greased, foil-lined baking sheet.
  2. Toss carrots with 2 tablespoons olive oil and all seasonings.
  3. Spread carrots into an even layer.
  4. Bakeat 425 for 40 to 50 minutes or until tender.
  5. Add carrots to a large skillet along with remaining ingredients. Cook over medium heat until glaze thickens, about 5 minutes.

Glazed Carrots in the Microwave

Cooking Glazed Carrots in the microwave would be my last choice and only used for lazy-day occasions (not company) because the carrots won’t caramelize and the glaze will remain runny. On the plus side, however, the glaze flavor will still taste fabulous and you don’t have to babysit a skillet!

  1. Add carrots to a microwave-safe dish with a lid.
  2. Fill the dish with about 3/4″ of water.
  3. Cover and microwave for 6-8 minutes or until carrots are fork tender.
  4. Drain the water using a colander (you want the carrots as dry as possible) and leave the carrots in the colander while you microwave the butter in the same microwave-safe dish.
  5. Once melted, add carrots back to the dish along with all remaining ingredients.
  6. Stir to evenly coat.

Can I Double This Recipe?

Absolutely! You will want to use a larger pan like a deep braiser or even Dutch oven that can easily accommodate all of the carrots. You want a pan with as much surface area so more carrots can come in contact with the hot oil and slightly caramelize in the first step. Also, choose a pan with a tight-fitting lid, otherwise, you can cover tightly with foil.

HOW TO PREP AHEAD

These Glazed Carrots are best fresh, but they still taste great when reheated. Here are a few prep-ahead options:

  1. Peel and slice the carrots and store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
  2. Peel, slice and cook the carrots per instructions just until tender, drain, and store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 2 days.
  3. Make Glazed Carrots entirely and store in an airtight container in the refrigerator. When ready to serve, add carrots and any hardened glaze to a buttered pan and heat over medium heat just until heated through. If the Glazed Carrots are dry for whatever reason, melt in a little extra butter.

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