Carrot Soufflé and Favorite Family Recipes Blog Hop (+ a giveaway!)
Today I have joined with a group of blogging friends for the Favorite Family Recipes Blog Hop. Please visit my friends and pin or share some of our delicious recipes! I’m featuring a recipe for carrot soufflé with secret ingredients, and best of all, there’s a giveaway at the end of the post. Don’t miss out on it!
Carrots... You either like them or you don’t! I like to eat raw carrots with ranch dressing. It’s a quick side to add to frozen pizza night, right? I also love cooked carrots, and I’m always trying to find just the right recipe to make my cooked carrots taste similar to everyone’s favorite restaurant for home cooked food. I’m sure you know which restaurant I’m referring to!
I have included a recipe for cooked carrots at the bottom of the post, so you actually get two recipes in this post, carrot soufflé and cooked carrots. My secret ingredients for this carrot soufflé are the Young Living Vitality Oils. I cannot recommend other essential oils for this recipe because the Young Living Vitality Oils are specifically for internal use. It’s always important to read the label on essential oil bottles so you know how to use the oils properly. If you want to find out more about Young Living oils and why they are some of the purest essential oils you can purchase, read Intro. to Young Living Oils.
Now for the Ingredients… Carrot Soufflé
5 cups cooked carrots
½ stick butter (4 tbsp.)
2 tsp. vanilla
1 drop Young Living cinnamon bark vitality oil*
1 drop Young Living nutmeg vitality oil*
1 tbsp. baking powder
2 tbsp. flour
¼ c. stevia baking blend
*Young Living Vitality Oils are for internal use. When using oils, mix ingredients in a glass bowl. Please see disclaimer below.
1. Cover the carrots with water and boil until cooked. I like to boil the carrots until just a tiny amount of water remains, and I don’t bother draining the water.
2. Place carrots in a mixing bowl, add butter, and mash.
3. Add eggs, vanilla, and vitality oils and mix using a hand mixer.
4. Stir in baking powder, flour, and stevia baking blend.
5. Lightly spray the baking dish with baking spray. Transfer mixture to dish, and bake in a preheated oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 45 minutes. I use a round, glass baking dish.
Disclaimer: Research essential oil usage. The information on this site represents what I, an Independent Distributor of Young Living Essential Oils, have chosen to do personally. Statements on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The information on this site is not meant to alleviate, diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, symptom, or injury. If you are pregnant, nursing a baby, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using essential oil products.
1 lb. carrots
2 tbsp. butter
1 tsp. salt
¼ c. honey
sprinkle of cinnamon and nutmeg
1. Cover carrots with water and boil until slightly tender but not completely cooked.
2. Drain some of the water but not all.
3. Add butter, salt, honey, cinnamon, and nutmeg. Reduce heat and continue cooking until tender.
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Do you like carrots? How do you prepare them? I'm open to new ideas and more carrot recipes! Please pin my post and/or share on FB and don't forget to follow Peppermints and Cherries on social media! Scroll to the end to enter the giveaway!