Maple Glazed Carrots Recipe


Another wonderful recipe from I just had to post this scrumptious side dish for you all. If you saw my gratitude post that I just posted, these lovely carrots may look familiar.   This past week I received my email from Peggy’s Kitchen, which is from Mothering Magazine, a magazine I just love and subscribe to, for Maple Carrots and Cashews.  It caught my eye and it looked like a wonderful side dish to add to my fall recipes.

When I made it, I tweaked it just a tad.   I didn’t use cashews because of Camille, but I could have added them after. Also, the recipe calls for maple syrup, but in the description, it say’s honey.  I still used maple syrup, but I imagine honey would be just as good, too!  I think it’s just a typo.

I really think you’ll love this dish.  We all did over here!

For the full step by step process – with amazing photos visit

Maple Carrots Recipe

1 pound of whole carrots
1 cup of chicken or vegetable broth or stock
1 to 2 tablespoons butter
1 tablespoon maple syrup

1.  Wash carrots.
2.  Cut ends off of carrots and discard.
3.  Slice carrots on a diagonal, or they way you prefer.
4.  Place pan on high heat.
5. Add in 1 cup of broth or stock.  Let boil.
6. Add in sliced carrots.  Make sure they’re even on the pan so they can all cook at the same time.
7. Let carrots cook on high for 3 to 5 minutes.
8. Place carrots in strainer to discard broth or stock.
9. Place carrots back in pan.  Add in 2 tablespoons of butter and 1 tablespoon of maple syrup.  Stir. Cover. Let cook for another 3 to 5 minutes, depending on how soft you’d like them.  And, stir a few times, if needed.
10.  Once done, place on your beautiful plate and serve.
11.  Turn off all distractions, sit down with your family, take a few deep breaths, say how much gratitude you have for your food and your family and dig in, slowly!

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Renee C. Yemma, Holistic Health Coach, is founder and director of Get Inner-gized with Renee.  She is a mother, writer, teacher, coach, photographer and so much more.  To receive weekly healthy living articles on loving delicious, nutritious foods and putting YOU first without feeling guilty about it, visit

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