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Easy to make, delicious, and healthy. I ddin't use the onion tops. We gobbled these up and will make more soon. Thanks for the recipe!

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Jujubegirl May 11, 2010

Thankyou for a way to get my 20 mth old DD to eat carrots, I've had them honeyed before but this is so much better. Great recipe, thanks! For ZWT III

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**Mandy** June 01, 2007

I made this for Christmas dinner, it was delicious! I was surprised how little was left. I used cornstarch to thicken it a bit because I tripled the recipe. I also added a sprinkle of dill weed for colour. Thanks for this great new way to serve carrots.

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Helen1 December 26, 2003

Yummy is right! I chose the smallest carrots fresh from our garden & sliced them in half lengthwise. Since this was a spur of the moment dinner selection & I didn't have ant green onions, I added 1 tsp of dried chives at step 3. Thanx Geema!

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CountryLady October 23, 2003

What a yummy way to fix carrots! I used regular carrots cut on the diagonal, in 1/2 inch chunks, and I skipped the green onion. They glazed up real nice and tasted divine! Thanks Geema!

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Sharon123 October 09, 2003
Carrots with an Apple Glaze