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Slow Cooker Cinnamon Sugar Glazed Carrots

Slow Cooker Cinnamon Sugar Glazed Carrots

The perfect side to a savory meal

Photo courtesy of McCormick

Finished with a brown sugar glaze, this delectable slow cooker carrot recipe enjoys hints of warm cinnamon and spicy ginger. Got a pork or chicken entrée that needs a little side dish oomph? These cinnamon glazed carrots will do the trick.

Recipe courtesy of McCormick

Ingredients

  • 2 pounds baby carrots
  • 2 Tablespoons butter, melted
  • 1/2 Cup firmly packed brown sugar
  • 1-1/2 Teaspoon McCormick® Cinnamon, Ground
  • 1/2 Teaspoon McCormick® Ginger, Ground
  • 1/2 Teaspoon salt

Slow Cooker Candied Carrots

Hi all! Welcome to Vintage Slow Cooker Recipe of the Month. This month I found a great recipe to convert to the slow cooker from a book I found at the library called Down Home Southern Cooking. The recipe in the book boiled the carrots first, with the slow cooker that step is not needed.

I start with a 2 pound bag of whole carrots. I used a wavy cutter to slice them, I think I got this wavy cutter at pampered chef, but I don&rsquot see it available there anymore. Here is a wavy cutter that is similar. I love this cutter, I use it often for salads for carrots and cucumber. Of course this recipe can be made with out the wavy cutter, just use a regular knife.

This recipe has just a few simple ingredients: carrots, brown sugar, water, cinnamon, nutmeg and sea salt.

Toss all those ingredients in the slow cooker.

After 3 hours on high, this is what the carrots look like. They still have great color!

This is a great side for the holidays. Many people don&rsquot care for sweet potatoes (what?) and this side is a great alternative. I don&rsquot know about you, but I have so many parties I have to bring a few sides to in the next week.

I hope you have a great weekend! I have another great holiday side coming up on Monday, see you then!


Slow Cooker Candied Carrots

Hi all! Welcome to Vintage Slow Cooker Recipe of the Month. This month I found a great recipe to convert to the slow cooker from a book I found at the library called Down Home Southern Cooking. The recipe in the book boiled the carrots first, with the slow cooker that step is not needed.

I start with a 2 pound bag of whole carrots. I used a wavy cutter to slice them, I think I got this wavy cutter at pampered chef, but I don&rsquot see it available there anymore. Here is a wavy cutter that is similar. I love this cutter, I use it often for salads for carrots and cucumber. Of course this recipe can be made with out the wavy cutter, just use a regular knife.

This recipe has just a few simple ingredients: carrots, brown sugar, water, cinnamon, nutmeg and sea salt.

Toss all those ingredients in the slow cooker.

After 3 hours on high, this is what the carrots look like. They still have great color!

This is a great side for the holidays. Many people don&rsquot care for sweet potatoes (what?) and this side is a great alternative. I don&rsquot know about you, but I have so many parties I have to bring a few sides to in the next week.

I hope you have a great weekend! I have another great holiday side coming up on Monday, see you then!


Slow Cooker Candied Carrots

Hi all! Welcome to Vintage Slow Cooker Recipe of the Month. This month I found a great recipe to convert to the slow cooker from a book I found at the library called Down Home Southern Cooking. The recipe in the book boiled the carrots first, with the slow cooker that step is not needed.

I start with a 2 pound bag of whole carrots. I used a wavy cutter to slice them, I think I got this wavy cutter at pampered chef, but I don&rsquot see it available there anymore. Here is a wavy cutter that is similar. I love this cutter, I use it often for salads for carrots and cucumber. Of course this recipe can be made with out the wavy cutter, just use a regular knife.

This recipe has just a few simple ingredients: carrots, brown sugar, water, cinnamon, nutmeg and sea salt.

Toss all those ingredients in the slow cooker.

After 3 hours on high, this is what the carrots look like. They still have great color!

This is a great side for the holidays. Many people don&rsquot care for sweet potatoes (what?) and this side is a great alternative. I don&rsquot know about you, but I have so many parties I have to bring a few sides to in the next week.

I hope you have a great weekend! I have another great holiday side coming up on Monday, see you then!


Slow Cooker Candied Carrots

Hi all! Welcome to Vintage Slow Cooker Recipe of the Month. This month I found a great recipe to convert to the slow cooker from a book I found at the library called Down Home Southern Cooking. The recipe in the book boiled the carrots first, with the slow cooker that step is not needed.

I start with a 2 pound bag of whole carrots. I used a wavy cutter to slice them, I think I got this wavy cutter at pampered chef, but I don&rsquot see it available there anymore. Here is a wavy cutter that is similar. I love this cutter, I use it often for salads for carrots and cucumber. Of course this recipe can be made with out the wavy cutter, just use a regular knife.

This recipe has just a few simple ingredients: carrots, brown sugar, water, cinnamon, nutmeg and sea salt.

Toss all those ingredients in the slow cooker.

After 3 hours on high, this is what the carrots look like. They still have great color!

This is a great side for the holidays. Many people don&rsquot care for sweet potatoes (what?) and this side is a great alternative. I don&rsquot know about you, but I have so many parties I have to bring a few sides to in the next week.

I hope you have a great weekend! I have another great holiday side coming up on Monday, see you then!


Slow Cooker Candied Carrots

Hi all! Welcome to Vintage Slow Cooker Recipe of the Month. This month I found a great recipe to convert to the slow cooker from a book I found at the library called Down Home Southern Cooking. The recipe in the book boiled the carrots first, with the slow cooker that step is not needed.

I start with a 2 pound bag of whole carrots. I used a wavy cutter to slice them, I think I got this wavy cutter at pampered chef, but I don&rsquot see it available there anymore. Here is a wavy cutter that is similar. I love this cutter, I use it often for salads for carrots and cucumber. Of course this recipe can be made with out the wavy cutter, just use a regular knife.

This recipe has just a few simple ingredients: carrots, brown sugar, water, cinnamon, nutmeg and sea salt.

Toss all those ingredients in the slow cooker.

After 3 hours on high, this is what the carrots look like. They still have great color!

This is a great side for the holidays. Many people don&rsquot care for sweet potatoes (what?) and this side is a great alternative. I don&rsquot know about you, but I have so many parties I have to bring a few sides to in the next week.

I hope you have a great weekend! I have another great holiday side coming up on Monday, see you then!


Slow Cooker Candied Carrots

Hi all! Welcome to Vintage Slow Cooker Recipe of the Month. This month I found a great recipe to convert to the slow cooker from a book I found at the library called Down Home Southern Cooking. The recipe in the book boiled the carrots first, with the slow cooker that step is not needed.

I start with a 2 pound bag of whole carrots. I used a wavy cutter to slice them, I think I got this wavy cutter at pampered chef, but I don&rsquot see it available there anymore. Here is a wavy cutter that is similar. I love this cutter, I use it often for salads for carrots and cucumber. Of course this recipe can be made with out the wavy cutter, just use a regular knife.

This recipe has just a few simple ingredients: carrots, brown sugar, water, cinnamon, nutmeg and sea salt.

Toss all those ingredients in the slow cooker.

After 3 hours on high, this is what the carrots look like. They still have great color!

This is a great side for the holidays. Many people don&rsquot care for sweet potatoes (what?) and this side is a great alternative. I don&rsquot know about you, but I have so many parties I have to bring a few sides to in the next week.

I hope you have a great weekend! I have another great holiday side coming up on Monday, see you then!


Slow Cooker Candied Carrots

Hi all! Welcome to Vintage Slow Cooker Recipe of the Month. This month I found a great recipe to convert to the slow cooker from a book I found at the library called Down Home Southern Cooking. The recipe in the book boiled the carrots first, with the slow cooker that step is not needed.

I start with a 2 pound bag of whole carrots. I used a wavy cutter to slice them, I think I got this wavy cutter at pampered chef, but I don&rsquot see it available there anymore. Here is a wavy cutter that is similar. I love this cutter, I use it often for salads for carrots and cucumber. Of course this recipe can be made with out the wavy cutter, just use a regular knife.

This recipe has just a few simple ingredients: carrots, brown sugar, water, cinnamon, nutmeg and sea salt.

Toss all those ingredients in the slow cooker.

After 3 hours on high, this is what the carrots look like. They still have great color!

This is a great side for the holidays. Many people don&rsquot care for sweet potatoes (what?) and this side is a great alternative. I don&rsquot know about you, but I have so many parties I have to bring a few sides to in the next week.

I hope you have a great weekend! I have another great holiday side coming up on Monday, see you then!


Slow Cooker Candied Carrots

Hi all! Welcome to Vintage Slow Cooker Recipe of the Month. This month I found a great recipe to convert to the slow cooker from a book I found at the library called Down Home Southern Cooking. The recipe in the book boiled the carrots first, with the slow cooker that step is not needed.

I start with a 2 pound bag of whole carrots. I used a wavy cutter to slice them, I think I got this wavy cutter at pampered chef, but I don&rsquot see it available there anymore. Here is a wavy cutter that is similar. I love this cutter, I use it often for salads for carrots and cucumber. Of course this recipe can be made with out the wavy cutter, just use a regular knife.

This recipe has just a few simple ingredients: carrots, brown sugar, water, cinnamon, nutmeg and sea salt.

Toss all those ingredients in the slow cooker.

After 3 hours on high, this is what the carrots look like. They still have great color!

This is a great side for the holidays. Many people don&rsquot care for sweet potatoes (what?) and this side is a great alternative. I don&rsquot know about you, but I have so many parties I have to bring a few sides to in the next week.

I hope you have a great weekend! I have another great holiday side coming up on Monday, see you then!


Slow Cooker Candied Carrots

Hi all! Welcome to Vintage Slow Cooker Recipe of the Month. This month I found a great recipe to convert to the slow cooker from a book I found at the library called Down Home Southern Cooking. The recipe in the book boiled the carrots first, with the slow cooker that step is not needed.

I start with a 2 pound bag of whole carrots. I used a wavy cutter to slice them, I think I got this wavy cutter at pampered chef, but I don&rsquot see it available there anymore. Here is a wavy cutter that is similar. I love this cutter, I use it often for salads for carrots and cucumber. Of course this recipe can be made with out the wavy cutter, just use a regular knife.

This recipe has just a few simple ingredients: carrots, brown sugar, water, cinnamon, nutmeg and sea salt.

Toss all those ingredients in the slow cooker.

After 3 hours on high, this is what the carrots look like. They still have great color!

This is a great side for the holidays. Many people don&rsquot care for sweet potatoes (what?) and this side is a great alternative. I don&rsquot know about you, but I have so many parties I have to bring a few sides to in the next week.

I hope you have a great weekend! I have another great holiday side coming up on Monday, see you then!


Slow Cooker Candied Carrots

Hi all! Welcome to Vintage Slow Cooker Recipe of the Month. This month I found a great recipe to convert to the slow cooker from a book I found at the library called Down Home Southern Cooking. The recipe in the book boiled the carrots first, with the slow cooker that step is not needed.

I start with a 2 pound bag of whole carrots. I used a wavy cutter to slice them, I think I got this wavy cutter at pampered chef, but I don&rsquot see it available there anymore. Here is a wavy cutter that is similar. I love this cutter, I use it often for salads for carrots and cucumber. Of course this recipe can be made with out the wavy cutter, just use a regular knife.

This recipe has just a few simple ingredients: carrots, brown sugar, water, cinnamon, nutmeg and sea salt.

Toss all those ingredients in the slow cooker.

After 3 hours on high, this is what the carrots look like. They still have great color!

This is a great side for the holidays. Many people don&rsquot care for sweet potatoes (what?) and this side is a great alternative. I don&rsquot know about you, but I have so many parties I have to bring a few sides to in the next week.

I hope you have a great weekend! I have another great holiday side coming up on Monday, see you then!