Honey and Brown Sugar Glazed Carrots in the Crockpot

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Who is in the mood for a delicious side dish? These honey and brown sugar glazed carrots are the perfect Thanksgiving side dish! They are so sweet and tender that even kids love ’em! I love that they can be made easily in the slow cooker so you don’t have to babysit them while they cook. This is one of my simple living recipes that I come back to again and again! 

honey and brown sugar crockpt glazed carrots

Make Ahead Honey Glazed Baby Carrots with Brown Sugar

If you’re in a rush for time, you can easily prepare these slow cooker honey glazed carrots ahead of time. Just prep all of the ingredients the day before and dump into your Crockpot the next day. This recipe couldn’t be easier!

I use both honey and brown sugar to give these carrots the ultimate candy flavor. Carrots are naturally sweet, but adding these two ingredients really takes it up a notch! You can use whole carrots that you will need to peel and chop, but for this recipe we are going to keep it simple with bagged baby carrots. It’s up to you which type of carrot you want to use!

These honey and brown sugar glazed carrots are great for vegetarians and any picky eaters. Kids love them!

Honey and Brown Sugar Glazed Carrots in the Crockpot

Ingredients for honey and brown sugar glazed baby carrots

Let’s gather up the ingredients!

You’ll need:

1/4 cup water
2 pound bag baby carrots – rinsed
1/2 stick butter – cut into 6-8 slices
1/4 cup brown sugar
3 Tablespoons honey
1/4 teaspoon sea salt
Chopped dill – for garnish

Prepare your crockpot by pouring in 1/4 cup water.

Slice the butter into 6-8 slices.

Sliced butter

Add the carrots, butter, brown sugar, honey, and salt.

Baby carrots, brown sugar, and butter in crockpot

Place lid on top and cook on HIGH for 4 hours.

Remove lid to the crockpot and stir carrots. Place lid back on and cook for an additional 1-2 hours.

Glazed honey and brown sugar carrots

And that’s it! Remove to a serving dish and garnish with dill!

Delicious glazed carrot side dish

My kids absolutely love carrots as a side dish for our meals. Whether they are raw or cooked, they are always excited to eat their carrots. This meal adds a delicious sweetness to the baby carrots that make them extra special!

Slow cooker glazed baby carrots

I am planning to make this as a side dish for our Thanksgiving meal. It couldn’t be simpler to prep, and the payoff is awesome! 

Glazed baby carrots topped with dill

So, if you’re in need of a simple and sweet side dish for your next meal, you’ve got to give this one a try!

Glazed baby carrots for Thanksgiving side dish
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Brown Sugar and Honey Glazed Carrots in the Crockpot Recipe

Yield: 6-8 servings

Honey and Brown Sugar Glazed Carrots in the Crockpot

Honey and Brown Sugar Glazed Carrots in the Crockpot

These honey and brown sugar glazed carrots are cooked in the slow cooker and make the perfect Thanksgiving side dish!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 6 hours
Total Time 6 hours 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup water
  • 2 pound bag baby carrots – rinsed
  • 1/2 stick butter – cut into 6-8 slices
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 3 Tablespoons honey
  • 1/4 teaspoon sea salt
  • Chopped dill – for garnish

Instructions

    1. Prepare your crockpot by pouring in 1/4 cup water.
    2. Slice the butter into 6-8 slices.
    3. Add the carrots, butter, brown sugar, honey, and salt.
    4. Place lid on top and cook on HIGH for 4 hours.
    5. Remove lid to the crockpot and stir carrots. Place lid back on and cook for an additional 1-2 hours
    6. .And that’s it! Remove to a serving dish and garnish with dill!

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