***This post is made in collaboration with Beeyond The Hive. All content, ideas and words are my own.***
These Sweet-Honey Glazed Rainbow Carrots are the perfect, colorful side dish to any meal or festive holiday event! They take just minutes to pull together, have a nice hint of sweetness from Beeyond The Hive honey and, if need be, can be partially prepared ahead of time.
FYI: Here is a helpful tip. To partially prepare the carrots ahead of time, just boil, drain and then store them in the fridge. Right before serving, add the carrots and other ingredients to a saucepan and finish off the cooking process. Doing it this way is a nice time saver.
This Sweet-Honey Glazed Rainbow Carrots recipe is such a great side dish. So, if you whip some up, let me know by leaving a comment below. I hope you love them as much as I do!
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Sweet-Honey Glazed Rainbow Carrots
- 1 lb. Rainbow Heirloom Carrots, peeled
- 1 tbsp Miyoko's Creamery European Style Cultured Vegan Butter, unsalted, or butter of choice
- 2 tbsp Beeyond The Hive Raw Wildflower Honey (linked below)
- 1/4 Lemon, freshly squeezed juice
- Freshly Ground Black Pepper, to taste
- Himalayan Pink Salt, to taste
- Bring a large pot of water to a boil and add the carrots. Cook until tender about 6-8 minutes. Drain.
- On medium heat, add the carrots to a saucepan with the butter. Let the butter melt, then stir in the honey and lemon juice.
- Cook until the carrots become glazed and are a bit sticky; about 3-5 minutes.
- Season with a bit of pepper and salt and serve immediately.
- Carrots: To partially prepare the carrots ahead of time, just boil, drain and then store in the fridge. Right before serving, add the carrots and other ingredients to a saucepan and finish off the cooking process.
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