I’m always looking for new ways to add veggies into our dinner rotation. I’m not really much of a salad-eater; I do love a good salad but if I have to cut, grate and chop a lot to make it, it’s just not going to happen. I’m determined to cook homemade meals from scratch, but hey – I’m not a miracle worker! That being said, I want to make sure my kids eat vegetables every day, and I especially want them to like their veggies. It’s not always easy but this recipe they just can’t resist!
So far my two sons have not particularly liked carrots. I have served grated carrots occasionally and they think it’s “ok”, I also add diced carrots to soups and sometimes casseroles, too. But they’re not the world’s greatest fans when it comes to this orange vegetable, so they were a little sceptical when I was serving this side dish.
Not for long, though! As soon as they had had their first bite, they both said these citrus maple glazed carrots from Bear And Bug Eats were delicious! And I have to agree with them – these are the tastiest carrots I’ve ever had, and I have a feeling we’re going to be having this often from now on!
Recipe and image courtesy of Bear And Bug Eats.
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Quick Tip: Serve these as an appetizer or a side dish!