Carrots are a type of vegetable commonly used in baby food, beverages, desserts, and much more!
The flavor profile for carrots can be described as sweet and woody.
Carrots contain over 18+ nutrients including 10 vitamins and 8 minerals. Carrots are also low in sodium and trans fat free.
Uses For Carrots
- Baby Food.
- Grain Dishes.
- Grills, BBQ.
- Sandwiches, Burgers.
- Side Dish.
- Soups, Stews.
- Make sure the carrots are firm and have no soft spots. These are signs that they’ve been shipped around too much!
- To store carrots, keep them in a plastic bag in the fridge where they’ll stay fresh longer than if they were loose in the crisper drawer or produce bin.
- Carrots can be juiced for a tasty beverage that is high in vitamin A.
- You can roast carrots for a tasty side dish. Wash, chop, and toss the carrots in olive oil and spices and roast in the oven at four-hundred degrees until they are tender and golden.
- They can also be eaten raw in salads or separately for a quick snack.
- High in fiber.
- Low in sodium.
- Excellent source of 1 micronutrient.
- Good source of 2 micronutrients.