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I thought 1.5 hours seemed like an excessive amount of time to cook carrots. Sure enough, I checked after 1 hour and they had completely shriveled and were very chewy. Threw them in the trash.
Very easy and very good. The bake time should be varied depending on how thin you cut your carrot strips. TIP: Never bake a new item in your own oven without checking it for correct doneness throughout the baking process. We love the recipe! Thanks!!
Delicious! Easy to make. Even the kids enjoyed it!
Excellent! I used baby carrots cut in half...I eyeballed it for two people. Hubby said it was better than 'wedding carrots'. Thanks for posting. :)
I used about 16 young carrots, whole with the tops left on. They only needed about an hour too cook. Got to love a side dish this easy!
These were very good, but I used baby carrots and added a litle nutmeg and some parsley. I served these along with Lulu's French Dip Roast (Crock Pot) and Easy Enough Roasted Potatoes. I'll be making this recipe again.
These were very good. I used the baby carrots, and followed the rest of the directions to a "t". I'll try them again, but with a Splenda substitute, and maybe some seasonings like ginger. This is a keeper. Thanks, mama.
Great veggie and easy to make, just have to think to put it on early. They were tender and tasty, and did not require watching. Timing was perfect!
This made for a great side dish and one that I will surely make again. I loved the sweet glaze that it made. I served it with a chicken dish and it made a perfect pairing. Thanks so much for posting.
Thank you for sharing your recipe mama. We enjoyed these sweet and tender carrotes very much. I added 1/2 tsp garlic powder.