These Honey Braised Carrots are the perfect side dish for Thanksgiving! Full of flavor and so easy to make. They’ll be sure to be a crowdpleaser!
Honey Braised Carrots
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Hey guys! Sam back from The Culinary Compass with these great Honey Braised Carrots just in time for Thanksgiving! They’re full of flavor and super versatile, as you can add different flavors that you like!
I love having lots of different options at Thanksgiving to be able to mix and match as many flavors as possible! These Honey Braised Carrots are simmered in butter until they’re tender then a honey and brown sugar sauce is added on top to bring in all the flavors.
It’s a great rich sauce that cuts a lot of the savory side dishes that you’ll have around the rest of the table. I add in a little cayenne just for a kick to cut all the sweetness. You can leave that out if spicy isn’t for you or your guests! Be warned, the longer it simmers, the bolder the flavors!
What I love even more about this dish as a side for Thanksgiving is that it doesn’t take up the precious oven space you might need for things like these delicious easy buttermilk biscuits! Just set it on a back burner and forget about it. Add the sauce and you can keep it on low until dinner time! Just don’t actually forget about it and burn the carrots!
It’s a very versatile recipe so you can swap out the carrots for squash or brussels sprouts if you’re looking for something different. I’ve done something similar with butternut squash and I’ve had a hard time finding a better way to eat it!
Be sure to add this to your Thanksgiving menu! If you like these you’ll be sure to like these Creamy Garlic Mashed Potatoes or this Green Bean and Bacon Casserole! They’re two of my favorite recipes for Thanksgiving side dishes! And for dessert a Caramel Apple Slab Pie and Pumpkin Cookie Cheesecake are the perfect way to round out your dinner table.
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