14 Amazing Carrot Recipes for Fall

I live in a home full of picky eaters. More often than not my husband is content to eat a meat and potatoes plate which make my daughter more than happy cause she is fiercely anti-veggie. But I have discovered that they aren’t necessarily anti-carrot. Carrots are full of nutrition. They are an excellent source of vitamin A, providing more than 200% of your daily requirement in just one carrot.  Carrots also are loaded with beta-carotene, a compound that is naturally converted to vitamin A when consumed [source]  and also have a light, sweet flavor that both kids and adults love. The problem is finding creative ways to add it into our meals. In California, carrots are harvested mainly in the spring and fall and since most of the kids went back to school here already, it gave me a reason to seek out some amazing carrot recipes to try at home.

  • 14 Amazing Fall Themed Carrot Recipes 1 of 15

    The leaves will be turning soon and foods will be changing from salads to heartier meals. While carrots are grown all year, the dishes that can be made from one season to another vary. Click through to see 14 amazing recipes that you can make at home this fall! 

  • Cheesy Scalloped Carrots 2 of 15

    This is a great way to get your anti-veggie eaters to eat a few carrots. Smothered in cheese and baked like scalloped potatoes, your kids will be shouting for seconds. See recipe at: I Heart Eating


  • Rice Carrot Pudding 3 of 15

    A delicious way to sneak some nutrition into a scrumptious rice pudding dessert. The revamped version of a traditional South Asian sweet dish would be perfect to eat at the end of the day. See recipe at: Kiran Tarun

  • Moroccan Spiced Sweet Potatoes and Carrots 4 of 15

    They may look like french fries, but they are everything but. Amped up Moroccan Inspired flavor with spices that will have you dreaming of an exotic escape as the season turns crisp at home. See recipe at: Gourmande in the Kitchen

  • Creamy Carrot Risotto 5 of 15

    I am always a sucker for a good risotto. The melt in your mouth goodness with the touch of sweetness from carrots makes this a winner in my book. See recipe at: Heather Christo

  • Herb Roasted Carrots 6 of 15

    Whenever I get stuck on what to make as a side, I just throw some stuff in the oven and toss some salt and pepper and call it a day. This herb mixture is just as easy and tastier and transforms carrots into the side dish everyone wants. See recipe at: A Full Measure of Happiness

  • Sweet Carrot Pie 7 of 15

    This fall switch out the usual pumpkin pie with this sweet carrot pie. Rich and packed with flavor, no one will ever guess it's actually made with carrots! See recipe at: Gluten Free Happy Tummy

  • Carrot Soup 8 of 15

    One of my favorite things to do in the fall is curl up with a cup of soup in my chaise and just revel in the brisk chill that starts to set in. While most thick soups can be full of calories and fat, this carrot soup is as healthy as it is delicious. See recipe at: Our Family World

  • Carrot Cheesecake 9 of 15

    Ever wondered what would happen is carrot cake and cheesecake met and got married? Just me? Ok. Well.. this would be the deliciously paired result. This cake is all for me. See recipe here: Beantown Baker

  • Spicy Pickled Carrots 10 of 15

    At nearly every taco shop in Los Angeles the side options are either: raw radishes and onions (spring/summer) or a pickled carrot and jalapenos mix (fall/winter). Most places just put out a big plastic container and give you your own plastic cups to fill. We usually have to ask for extra cause it's so good. Not for the weak but definitely worth your while. See recipe at: Budget Bytes

  • Carrot Spaghetti 11 of 15

    This is a great recipe to try if you have a special julienne peeler. When I first saw it, I really thought they were pasta noodles in a carrot sauce, but they are actually carrot noodles. See recipe here (it's in Polish, but Google Translator is awesome): Kitchen Fantasies

  • Root Vegetable Macaroni and Cheese 12 of 15

    A recipe adaptation that makes me happy inside. My daughter and I are big mac & cheese fans, but I have lots of difficulty getting her to eat her veggies. What better way than to hide them in one of our favorite foods! See recipe: Taste and Tell

  • Carrot Oatmeal Muffins 13 of 15

    This yummy snack can be made to be eaten on the go or as an easy breakfast in the morning school drop off rush. Heart and healthy, best way to eat on the run. See recipe at: for Mommy

  • Almost Paleo Carrot Cookies 14 of 15

    Paleo or not, these cookies sound divine. I'll be making these and sending them for school snacks, well...whatever's left after I take some. See recipe at: Horrible Housewife

  • Fruit and Veggie Juice 15 of 15

    Over the past couple years I have seen a growing trend in stores when it comes to kid's juices...most are now including veggies! What better way to make sure our little picky eaters get their veggie helping. Save money and make your own with this recipe. See recipe at: Mommy Moment

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