Glazed Carrots Recipe Just 4 Ingredients

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Here’s a super simple and yummy glazed carrots recipe using just 4 ingredients!

4 ingredient glazed carrots

Glazed Carrots Ingredients:

1 pound carrots peeled and sliced julienne

One can ginger ale or sprite

1 tablespoon unsalted butter

Pinch of  red pepper flakes

Directions:

Place carrots and butter into skillet- we prefer to use our cast iron skillet

Pour soda over carrots – bring to boil-lower heat to medium -cook carrots until soda evaporates to glaze about 20 to 25 minutes.

That’s it. I HATE cooked carrots, I love these.  They are so easy and kids love them. To be fair, my kids love carrots anyway. 

 

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  • I always wanted to make these but never knew how easy it really was

    sibabe64 at ptd dot net

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  • I love glazed carrots. The recipe I use calls for orange juice and honey. This one looks delicious too.

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  • I am crazy about the carrots! I eat them a couple times a week just plain and regular. I do like to spice it up a bit. I am not a great chef so this is great!

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  • This looks great! Thanks for sharing :)

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  • Simple, delicious and healthy :)

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  • I like ginger ale but have never used it for cooking. Looks yummy. Thanks.

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  • I really like this carrot recipe; thanks for sharing nice recipe with us!

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  • Love glazed carrots!! Look forward to trying this recipe.

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  • I haven’t had these since my Grandmother had passed! I’m going to have to try them, they look really really good and easy to do!

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  • I love carrots, thanks for the recipe!

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  • I hate cooked carrots, but always looking for a way to remake them in a way I’ll like, because carrots are good for me! This sounds really good and I will give it a try, I’ve never heard of cooking in ginger ale

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  • I think this would be great for my kids.

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  • I am not a carrot lover, but I’m intrigued by adding sprite. It may be way for me to get my veggies! Vicki

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  • This looks great, thanks!

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  • I LOVE ginger and carrots. This sounds great!

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  • Thanks for the recipe you shared. I would like to try it.

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  • my grandsons wont eat carrots unless they are glazed. i have never heard of making them with a soda pop. and i dont think my family would eat them at all with the red pepper flakes.

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  • I have never heard of a recipe like this calling for soda, very interesting, will have to try them.

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  • Simple and delicious. I love carrots but I never made them glazed. Gonna give a try.

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  • These look good, and easy to make.

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  • I have never added something hot to a sweet carrot dish. This sounds good!

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  • Great tips. Love how your recipes are quick.

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  • I love glazed carrots and make them all the time! These sound delicious!

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  • These sound so good, thank you for sharing.

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  • My kids love these at grandmas but think she uses brown sugar. I like the ginger ale better! I’ d more enjoy that little extra flavor and bet they get more tender this way! thanks!

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  • So smart to use ginger ale! I am going to use a bottle of the “gourmet” really gingery stuff. Mmmmmm!

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  • I love carrots, I will try this recipe.

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  • Well, the ginger ale/sprite sure raised my eyebrows. Sounds good though.

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  • This is the kind of recipe I like, easy, few ingredients and delicious. Thank you for sharing this. My girls love carrots!

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