Canned carrots can come in handy, and these canned carrot recipes will convince you to buy the ingredient right now and keep them in your pantry always.
It’s hard not to fall in love with carrots when they’re so versatile.
They can be eaten cooked or raw.
They can be grilled, boiled, pureed, or steamed.
They go best with salads, soups, stews, and so much more.
We all love these colorful orange vegetables, but did you know that back in the olden days (around 1000 years ago in modern-day Iran and Afghanistan), carrots used to be white?
And purple and yellow?
We have the Dutch royal family and their horticulturists to thank for the carrot’s orange color.
And thanks to technology, we can now enjoy these colorful carrots in cans, which are super versatile and have endless possibilities.
Canned carrots have a longer shelf life than fresh ones; you can just put the canned carrots in the cupboard and not worry about spoilage.
They also cost less than the fresh ones, which is good for us folks on a tight budget.
More importantly, canned carrots are as delicious as their fresh counterparts since they are processed soon after harvest.
If you’re still having doubts about canned carrots, try the Spiced Carrot Soup or the Peach And Carrot Smoothie, and I’m sure you’ll be a firm believer afterward!
From Canned Carrot Cake to Canned Carrot Soups, you’ll never go wrong with these simple yet satisfying recipes.
Here are the mouth-watering canned carrot recipes to try at home.
#13 is a must-try!
Transform those canned carrots in your pantry into a sumptuous carrot dessert.
Do it the conventional way, and you’ll end up with an old-fashioned carrot cake that everybody will love.
Add some pineapples and cream cheese frosting to take it to another level of goodness.
The upside of using canned carrots is that you save a lot of prep time and less effort in shredding the carrots.
Ingredients include: Sugar, eggs, crushed pineapples, cinnamon, and cream cheese.
You’ll know we’re huge fans of the air fryer because here we go again with another surefire recipe that’ll blow your minds out!
And if you’re looking to find delectable ways to cook your canned carrots, you may have found your go-to meal.
We just made this carrot recipe a bit easier by cooking it in the air fryer instead.
Ingredients include: Olive oil, maple syrup, salt, and black pepper.
Looking for a recipe with five simple ingredients that cook in 5 minutes?
Want to make over the simple canned carrots and turn them into something that your kids will love?
This sugar-glazed canned carrots recipe will surely be your favorite side dish to accompany your turkey, steak, or ham.
Ingredients include: Butter, ground cinnamon, salt, and brown sugar.
You’ll never go wrong in this simple yet appetizing take on canned carrots.
This sweet and flavorful side dish is definitely a show-stopper and is quite addictive.
The pleasant addition of parsley gave the dish some earthy flair.
And yes, Jessie J was right when she sang, “it’s all about the honey, honey, honey!”
Ingredients include: Butter, Onion, chicken broth, honey, and parsley.
Imagine the sliced carrots with cinnamon caramelizing and bringing out their flavors and aroma right before your very eyes and nose.
Foodgasm at its best!
Ingredients include: Canned carrots, brown sugar, cinnamon, and salt.
This carrot casserole is a creamy, cheesy dish that features carrots, cream sauce, cheddar cheese, and buttery breadcrumbs.
The original recipe calls for fresh carrots, but canned carrots work great if you’re in a pinch.
Whether as a side dish or part of the main entree, canned carrots do the job and do it well.
Ingredients include: Butter, panko bread crumbs, flour, half and half, dry mustard, and cheddar.
How can a soup be so satisfying and delicious?
Well, that’s just how creamy canned carrot soup is; it bursts with goodness and oh-so flavorful.
It’s the heavy cream that did the trick.
Or is it the broth?
Maybe all of the ingredients!
Ingredients include: Heavy cream, brown sugar, onion, garlic, and vegetable broth.
Another take on the famed carrot soup, but with a pleasant addition of curried spice and a bit of lemon.
Smoothed to perfection using a blender, you can say goodbye to the overused tomato soup.
Ingredients include: Shallots, curry powder, chili powder, fresh lemon, and buttermilk.
A refreshing drink that you and your kids will enjoy any time of the year.
Ideal for those who prefer something other than eating raw veggies out of the can but want to eat and drink something tasty instead.
Warning, this smoothie rocks.
Ingredients include: Peaches, canned carrots, and bananas.
There are times when the simplest of things are the best, like watching the sunset, smelling the flowers, and of course, eating honey-glazed carrots.
Let’s add a little twist with the addition of some lime zest, and the result is just heavenly.
Ingredients include: Butter, honey, and grated lime peel.
This enticing variation to the traditional carrot soup is so versatile that it can be a main meal or cooked as a side dish.
The curry powder gives off a unique and savory spice, while the coconut milk infuses a nutty flavor.
Ingredients include: Vegetable stock, coconut milk, onion, and curry powder.
For those who love carrot muffins, wait until you try these amazingly moist and slightly crunchy Coconut Carrot Muffins.
The gentle sweetness of the coconut and carrot is just so unexpectedly perfect.
Ingredients include: Shredded coconut, cream cheese, flour, sugar, and ground cinnamon.
The bottom line
Here you have it!
These take on the cupboard staple canned carrots and how to transform them into gastronomic delicacies.
Some folks argue that canned carrots are less tasty than fresh ones, and they may be right.
But one thing is certain–they’re versatile and have endless possibilities.
Canned carrots are way cheaper, more convenient, and have a longer shelf life than those fresh ones; they’re easy to cook, too.
Let’s all try these canned carrot recipes to really see the difference.
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- Take a look at our Canned Carrot Recipes list!
- Add your own flair to make it a new dish.
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