In winters, we all are so dull minded that all we do with these juicy and bright carrots is to peel them off and make a salad out of it. I see these sweet and nutritious carrots along with the green juicy cucumber every day in my salad plate but these vegetables shouldn’t be limited to that. So either you like it as creamy, crunchy, caramelized or cooked — here we have shared 5 perfect and flavorful recipes that can be prepared using fresh carrots.

1. Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese frosting

As for many people, winters arrive with Gajjar Ka Halwa and Gajrella (carrot pudding), winters are incomplete for us without the carrot cake. This straightforward recipe delivers moist, dense, and delicious carrot cake with cream cheese frosting.


2. Kabuli Pulao

Kabuli Pulao (Afghani chickpea rice) originated from Kabul, Afghanistan but because there is a large number of Afghan refugees residing in Peshawar, the Afghanis shared their recipe with the Pukhtoons and since then, they have owned it. Kabuli Pulao is extremely delicious and yet it is an easy recipe to prepare.


3. Gajar ka Halwa

Carrots are abundant nowadays and very reasonably priced too. What we do during these months is stuff ourselves with anything carroty: juice, cakes, and of course, Gajar Ka Halwa.


4. Apple Beetroot and Carrot juice

In winters, this juice is one of the most powerful drinks you can have. The products used in this juice are a source of antioxidants and numerous vitamins and minerals. Combining carrot juice with apple and beetroot provides the body with all necessary nutrients required to keep your metabolism going throughout the day. Here’s one perfect recipe for this magical drink.


5. Carrot Peanut Cake

Carrots and peanuts are both winter specialties. Combine them with the healing properties of cinnamon and you get a powerhouse of vitamins. We will take you through a step-by-step recipe for making a Carrot Peanut Cake.


Here were 5 of our favorite carrot recipes, which one is your favorite carrot recipe?

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