Friendly Side Dishes: Dijon Maple Roasted CarrotsRECIPE
Published on Wednesday, December 08, 2021 by
An easy-to-make and deliciously nutrient-rich side dish for your next feast!
If you are looking for another super simple, family favorite for an easy go-to for your holiday side dish, try these Dijon Maple Roasted Carrots. These carrots not only look stunning but taste incredible. Maple syrup is a lower FODMAP food than honey, which makes these Dijon maple carrots a good choice if you need a Low FODMAP diet.
The key to making these Dijon Maple Roasted Carrots crazy delicious is to slice them super thin and to use enough olive oil to make them crispy. Almost like a carrot chip. These are a family favorite that pairs well with fall and holiday dishes. Thinly slice your carrots, toss them in olive oil and bake until crispy. Then, toss with Dijon mustard, maple syrup, and salt. Easy peasy but still delicious.
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Roast these up this holiday season with the Lemon Dill Roasted Green Beans and watch guests learn to love their vegetables while having a safe Low FODMAP and GERD-friendly dish.
Amanda HernandezMA, RD