With the cold weather upon us, one of the first things I make for my family is roasted carrots. I don’t want to add any salt or sugar to the carrots because they are already naturally sweet. I decided to use maple syrup instead of sugar since it supplies more nutrients than sugar. If you want to add a little bit of sugar, you can add it in the last 5 minutes of cooking the carrots.

Carrots are a great vegetable to add to your diet. They are incredibly healthy, and people love them for the great taste and bold color. But, what about when they are cooked? Do you know how to cook them?

The carrot may have an underdog reputation but with the right tools this root veggie can be the star of your dinner plate.


I used to be a very fussy eater when I was little. My parents had me follow the terrible one bite rule, which required me to sample everything on my plate, even if I didn’t finish it all. The majority of the veggies were disgusting. I couldn’t tolerate them because they were bitter. Sweet veggies, on the other hand, were the only ones I ate on a regular basis. I’ll eat a bag of carrots if you give them to me. However, if you put green beans in front of me, I’d rather go hungry. And, although I’m no longer a fussy eater, certain foods, such as carrots, remain favorites. I just decided to create a Roasted Carrots with Maple Glaze dish to dress up my roasted carrots.

Vegetable Roasting Techniques

Preheat your oven to a high temperature, such as 400 or 425 degrees Fahrenheit. On a baking sheet, spread out your vegetables of choice. Toss with a little vegetable oil, salt, and pepper to coat. Roast for 10 minutes before flipping with a spatula. Remove from the oven and continue to roast for another 10 minutes. Depending on how thickly the veggies are sliced, they may need to simmer a little longer. Browning and softening the veggies is required. When roasting, I generally avoid using olive oil or sugar since they burn quickly at such a high temperature.


Roasting veggies is one of my favorite ways to prepare them since it naturally sweetens them and gives them a distinct texture. There’s also the benefit of not needing to clean up as much. When I roast veggies, I use aluminum foil to line my baking sheet, which makes cleaning much easier. If you’re concerned about the veggies adhering to the metal, spray it with canola oil before roasting and they should be OK.


In a sauté pan, I warmed butter and mixed in maple syrup to glaze the carrots. I then added the carrots and stirred them in the butter until it was evenly coated. If you don’t like maple syrup, you may cover your carrots with honey or balsamic vinegar instead. This dish will be excellent in any case.


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maple glazed roasted carrots

Maple Glazed Roasted Carrots


Michelle Boulé is a French actress.


It’s sometimes necessary to elevate a common dish by adding a touch of opulence. These Maple Glazed Roasted Carrots are just that, as well as delicious!


5 out of 4 votes


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Time to Prepare: 10 minutes

Time to cook: 25 minutes

35 minutes total




Side Dish for the Course

American cuisine



4 servings

Calories (kcal): 260




Knife of a Chef


Board for cutting


Baking Tray


Saute Pan




StandardMetric in the United States



  • 1 pound peeled and trimmed carrots
  • 2 tbsp Oil (Vegetable)
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • a quarter cup of butter





  • Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Drizzle vegetable oil over the carrots on a baking pan. Season with salt and pepper to taste, then toss to coat.

  • Cook for 20 minutes, flipping halfway through.

  • In a sauté pan, melt the butter and then add the maple syrup. Heat until the mixture barely begins to boil. 

  • Toss in the carrots to coat. Serve and have fun!



260 kilocalories 24g carbohydrate 1 gram of protein 18g fat 12g Saturated Fat 30 milligrams of cholesterol 181 mg sodium 408 mg potassium 3 g of fiber 17 g sugar 19300 IU Vitamin A 6.7 milligrams of vitamin C 63 mg calcium 0.3 mg iron




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Frequently Asked Questions

How does Jamie Oliver make roasted carrots?

Jamie Oliver uses a roasting pan with a rack in the bottom, and then he places carrots on top of the rack. He then covers the carrots with foil and cooks them for about an hour at 400 degrees Fahrenheit.

How does Gordon Ramsay roast carrots?

Gordon Ramsay roasts carrots by grilling them.

Can you make glazed carrots a day ahead?

You can make glazed carrots up to a day ahead, but you should not refrigerate them.

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