5 Carrot Recipes You Need To Try This Week

5 Carrot Recipes You Need To Try This Week

Carrots are one of our favorite root vegetables. They have a plethora of nutrients, specifically beta-carotene, and the best way to get these nutrients is by consuming them raw. However, you can still reap some health benefits when you cook them; just don’t burn them to a crisp.

Did you know that carrots were not always orange? Carrots used to have purple or yellow roots, and those have been grown since the 10th century. Western carrots, which are typically orange or slightly red, are more recent and have only been grown since the 16th/17th century.

If you have ever tried to grow your own carrots from carrot tops, you know that the center of the root has a woody texture and flavor. Those carrots are not very tasty and it can be hard to rid them of that specific flavor. You’ll notice this flavor more in purple or yellow carrots because they haven’t been mass-produced and cultivated as much.

We love carrots and want to share some of our favorite carrot recipes with you. Some of these recipes are raw, while others require a little more prep and cooking.

#1: Sweet Potato Carrot Juice For Healthy Skin


This is the juice to drink to help detox your body for healthy, glowing skin. Between the carrots and the sweet potato, this drink is loaded with beta-carotene and vitamin A, which is an antioxidant that helps repair skin tissue.

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#2: Rustic Shaved Beetroot, Carrot, & Radish Salad


We usually just chop up some vegetables and toss them in a big bowl when we make salads. This is a rustic and delicate take on a salad that has tons of nutrients from the root vegetables. There are so many flavors in this salad! We can’t get over it! Try it for yourself and see.

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#3: Raw Carrot Pasta


Carrot noodles are great raw dinner option if you are cleansing. The lime and ginger sauce adds a refreshing zing to your palate, and it really brings the dish home

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#4: Shredded BBQ Carrot Sandwiches


There’s something about a homemade BBQ sauce that just elevates a meal. This healthy take on a BBQ classic is truly a unique recipe that will definitely become a featured meal at the dinner table.

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#5: Carrot Cake Energy Bites


While these are not Full Body Cleanse approved, you don’t have to bake them. They are ready in no time and provide a ton of nutrients.

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