My pickiest eater was refusing to eat her vegetables. Before I knew it, I blurted out a phrase that I hadn’t heard in years… “Carrots will help you see in the dark.” My daughter’s eyes got big, she looked at her carrots and gobbled them all up!
Here are 20 recipes to help your kids see in the dark…
These savory snacks substitute carrots for potatoes and baking for frying to make a much healthier meal.
Here's a treat hungry students are sure to dig: baby carrots planted in tasty dip.
This carrot and sweet potato soup is a perfect combination of savory and sweet. Plus, it's loaded with vegetables!
Hungry goblins will love getting their hands on these crunchy carrot snacks.
This nearly-instant recipe for Carrot Salad is infinitely adaptable.
Carrots steal the show in this easy-to-make cole slaw.
Little ones love the interactive pleasures of dipping, and this mild carrot puree keeps the wholesome factor high.
A recipe for sweet carrot muffins, perfect for breakfast, snacks, or a side dish
Filled with finely grated carrots and crushed pineapple, then spread with a smooth coating of cream cheese icing, this classic dessert will be an extra-special treat for your aspiring baker to make.
Create a healthy snack from nut butter, apple slices, and carrots.
A filling of sweet cabbage, bright carrots, and shiitake mushrooms gives this healthy dumpling color and heartiness.
A side dish that'll look pretty on your plate and tasteful in your tummy.
Easy to make and customize, these tasty carrot-filled treats are perfect any time of day. Kids love these roll-ups because they're tasty, and parents love them because they're nutritious.
This comfort-food vegetarian entree has the full-flavored appeal of a potpie, with fewer calories and a delicious corn bread topping.
This creative crudités makes eating veggies fun -- especially when kids can dip the petals in our easy-to-mix ranch dressing.
Teach your kids the art of sushi rolling with easy wrap sandwiches that make delicious on-the-go lunches.
Brrr-ing an open-faced bagel to life with veggie earmuffs and a colorful smile.
This milk-based fondue is milder than the traditional Swiss cheese fondue, which contains wine. If your kids don't like the strong taste of Swiss, substitute Cheddar or a mixture of Cheddar and Swiss.
Yummy Carrots: 20 Recipes to Help You Kids see in the Dark
Carrot Oven Fries
Sweet Potato Carrot Soup with Cheddar
Sugar-Free Carrot and Date Cake
Carrot Cake Pancakes
Carrot Cole Slaw
Sweet Carrot Muffins
Crunchy Carrot Salad
Vegetable Flowers with Homemade Ranch Dip
California Sushi Wrap
Frosty the Bagel
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