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It’s amazing how a familiar scent can bring back warm memories of family dinners at grandma’s house, isn’t it? In the center of every family event, there was always a soothing side dish that was sweet and went well with almost anything. I’m referring about those irresistible candied carrots, sparkling in their sweet coating – a genuine comfort food mainstay. Adapted for today’s hectic lifestyle, this recipe for Slow Cooker Candied Carrots is a throwback to my youth. Easy preparation is achieved with the help of a slow cooker, which imparts that taste that cooks slowly over the course of several hours. No matter the occasion – whether it’s a holiday feast, Sunday supper, or just a side dish to spice up a weeknight dinner – these carrots will be devoured by everybody!

Candied carrots are perfect for pairing with a wide range of main courses due to their inherent sweetness. They go wonderfully with savory meats like roast chicken, beef pot roast, or even baked salmon. To make your meal extra special, garnish it with some fluffy mashed potatoes or crusty toast to soak up the mouth-watering glaze.

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Recipe for Slow Cooker Candied Carrots Makes 6 servings.


2 pounds of baby carrots

1/4 cup of melted unsalted butter

1 and a third cups of packed brown sugar

3/4 teaspoon of ground cinnamon, 1/2 teaspoon of salt, and 3 tablespoons of honey

one-fourth teaspoon of vanilla essence

– If desired, decorate with fresh parsley


You should start by adding the tiny carrots to the slow cooker.

2. Melt the butter and whisk in the brown sugar, honey, salt, and powdered cinnamon in a large bowl until thoroughly blended.

Third, coat the carrots evenly with the butter and sugar mixture before placing them in the slow cooker.

4. Once the carrots reach the tenderness you like, cover and simmer on low for three to four hours.

5. After the carrots are cooked, mix them well to disseminate the glaze, and then toss in the vanilla essence.

Serve hot straight from the slow cooker with a sprinkle of fresh parsley, if desired.

Tips and Variations: To give the glaze a zesty edge, mix in a little orange juice or zest with the other ingredients.

The sweetness goes well with a little of spice, so feel free to add nutmeg or ground ginger if you want.

– A If you need to feed more people, this dish may be simply doubled or tripled. Be sure there’s enough space in your slow cooker for all those carrots!

Preparing the carrots the night before and storing them in the fridge is a great time saver on hectic days. The next day, you can toss them with the glaze in the slow cooker and be good to go!

– A Dislike little carrots? Of course! You may make your own candy by peeling and slicing normal carrots into thick slices and then putting them in a slow cooker. – The following day, you may reheat or serve cold with a fresh salad for an extra sweet crunch if you have any leftovers.

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The easiest way to make a comforting side dish is right there. If you’re looking for a comfort food recipe, try these Slow Cooker Candied Carrots.

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