Carrots have long been associated with Easter, which is one of the reasons why they make the perfect side dish whether you are cooking for yourself or serving a crowd.
Packed with nutrients like vitamin k and dietary fiber, this delicious root vegetable is so versatile you can make a crowd-favorite dish with just a few simple ingredients.
Here are a few of our favorite ways to serve carrots as a side dish recipe this holiday meal and all year.
Sauteed carrots are a delicious healthy side dish that uses just a few ingredients to make a flavor-packed side that complements almost any entree.
With a cooking time of just 15 minutes, you will not want to cook baby carrots any other way! This is one of our favorite weeknight dinner sides that is perfect for Easter too!
Slow Cooker Cinnamon Carrots
This set-it-and-forget-it cinnamon carrots recipe is great for your holiday dinner or busy weeknights! Your slow cooker will turn crisp, crunchy carrots into a soft, sweet vegetable side dish for Easter.
Brown sugar and cinnamon make a traditional, throwback combination that will be loved by every generation. This is one of the best carrot recipes with rich flavor to please every picky eater at the table.
Roasted Carrots Recipe
Carrots are one of the best-roasted vegetables, and this roasted carrot recipe is an easy way to use up a bag of carrots fast!
Fresh herbs make this one of the most healthy recipes on our site — and the most well-loved. This is an excellent side dish that is low in calories but big in savory flavor. Cooked tender carrots do not get much better than this.
Honey Glazed Carrots
Impress everyone with these Honey Glazed Roasted Rainbow Carrots! Cooked in less than 30 minutes on a simple baking sheet covered in aluminum foil, these candied carrots are as delicious as they are pretty!
This easy side dish recipe uses larger carrots with carrot tops left on for a beautiful, unique display and the most delicious earthy sweetness.
Air Fryer Carrots
Three ingredients and an air fryer are all you need for crispy, tender perfection.
Season with kosher salt, black pepper, and a little olive oil for perfect carrot fries that you can dip in your favorite homemade vegetable dips.
Regarding Easter dinner sides, this carrot salad is a deliciously creamy, cold salad full of flavor. No need to fire up the oven for this healthy vegetable side dish.
Just mix a few ingredients with matchstick raw carrots and let chill for an hour in the refrigerator to really bring out the natural sweetness of the carrots.