A peek Into My Kitchen: Honeyed Carrots

Honey is traditionally served as part of Rosh Hashana (the Jewish New Year) meals–as a dip for challah bread and apples as well as incorporated into a variety of dishes.

These carrots are super easy and make a great kid-friendly vegetable. How can you go wrong with adding syrupy sweet honey to an already sweet vegetable like carrots?!

Want to make it even for fun?  Go to your local farmers market and get a variety of different colored carrots–I like to make mine with a mix of purple, white and orange carrots.

You can also puree them for your young toddler so that they can join in the carroty-goodness.

Note: Do not serve honey to a baby under 1 year old!