Honey Dill Roasted Carrots are a simple yet delicious side dish. Carrots are glazed with naturally sweet honey and fresh dill and roasted to caramelized perfection. Add this easy side dish recipe to any meal!
Let’s Talk Carrots
I love that this side dish only requires a few simple ingredients to produce a delicious outcome. Carrots can easily be overlooked to be the main feature of a dish, but not in this case! They really shine in this recipe.
You can use either baby carrots or carrots peeled and cut into pieces. I like to cut them on the diagonal to make them a bit more festive and fun. This is a great recipe to use up leftover carrots or that bag of carrots you told yourself you were going to eat when you were at the grocery store. Been there, done that haha!
Honey Dill Glaze
Another ingredient that tends to get overlooked: dill. Dill is a wonderful herb that needs to be in the spotlight more! It has such a wonderfully unique flavor that brings these carrots to life. Paired with the sweet honey, it’s a match made in heaven.
Simply mix together honey, fresh dill and some seasonings. Toss it all together until the carrots are perfectly sticky and covered.
The easiest part of it all: just pop the pan in the oven and let it do it’s thing! I highly recommend broiling the carrots for a few minutes at the end to get them extra caramelized. It cant’ be beat!
How to Serve
Every time a whip up a batch of these Honey Dill Roasted Carrots, it is nothing but rave reviews! They are actually one of John’s favorite side dish recipes. I love how versatile they are: from the weeknight table to the holiday table, they don’t disappoint! Here’s some ways to serve:
- Weeknight meal
- Date night
- Meal prep – they re-heat wonderfully!
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Recipe originally posted on 10/31/2019 – updated on 11/24/2021.