Vegan Carrot Dogs with Spiralized Toppings (Four Ways!)

Vegan Carrot Dogs with Spiralized Toppings (Three Ways!)

Vegan carrot dogs, meet Inspiralized.

Inspiralized readers, meet these vegan carrot dogs.

Seriously, I could not be more excited for summer to hit so I can grill these carrots and slather them in barbecue sauce.

I can’t wait to see all of your Instagram shots of these carrot dogs (make sure you #inspiralized, always – I look at the hashtag every single day, it’s one of the best parts of my day!)

But, before I get to these recipes, I want to address the insane negativity that came through my Instagram when I initially teased this recipe. I know I shouldn’t dwell on the bad, but I think it’s time, as a blogger, I addressed it.

I’m a happy person. Sure, I have my days when I’m just not feelin’ it, but for the most part, I’m happy. When I received my first negative comment on my blog, I remember thinking, “Why would someone take the time to write something so nasty? I don’t get it.”

I literally couldn’t understand, because NEVER in a MILLION years, would I EVER write something cruel or mean on someone else’s page/post/profile. What’s the point?

It’s actually a common topic that comes up when you’re talking to other bloggers. It’s part of the job, I get it – just like Leo DiCaprio has to deal with paparazzi hounding him, you have to embrace all aspects of your career – good and bad. But that doesn’t change the fact that I am a human being and I have feelings.

Vegan Carrot Dogs with Spiralized Toppings (Four Ways!)

What I’ve realized in my almost third year of blogging is that people who post negative comments are unhappy people. They’re most likely jealous of your own success or excitement and need to make themselves feel better by pouring some water on your fire. Or, their parents never taught them how to be kind to others.

It’s just so disappointing. I was SO excited about this recipe and it tastes SO delicious and it literally blew my mind, so I shared a teaser on Instagram. I saw the comments flow through…. many were just as amped as I was about the recipe.

But then, there were others who were, well, LESS excited.

One person (I see you @mjmjmj32) even suggested that I should be thrown out of a barbecue if I was to bring the carrot dog. Actually the comment including profanity and I was told: “Don’t you put a damn carrot in a hot dog bun and try to call it a hot dog. This is the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever seen and it has made me irrationally angry.”

Wow. In my heart, I feel really, really bad for this person. I wish their heart could be filled with kindness and love, instead of hatred and negativity. I truly do.

Thankfully, my loyal followers chimed in and stood up for me (I love when that happens – you guys are the best.) I even saw my mother commented on my Instagram, applauding the recipe idea and called them healthy “not dogs.” Haha, gotta love Moms.

I even texted Lu a photo of the dogs and just to preface – my husband LOVES meat, including hot dogs. His positive response was what made me stop reading through the comments and move about my day.

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I love that man.

Anyway, I just thought I’d clear the air. I think it’s okay to stand up for yourself and your blog every once in a while. I mean, if I reacted to every single negative comment or e-mail I received, I’d drive myself crazy, but when something like this happens, I think it’s perfectly normal to respond.

I just pray that one day, if I’m blessed enough to have children, that they never experience this kind of bullying and negativity on social media. Because I will rain down. Never mess with an Italian girl – especially one from Jersey! :)

But no more wasted energy on that. #hatersgonnahate

Now, on to what you all came here for today: VEGAN CARROT DOGS WITH SPIRALIZED TOPPINGS.

Vegan Carrot Dogs with Spiralized Toppings (Three Ways!)

First thing’s first: these dogs. As a disclaimer, they were not my original idea. My friend Alyssa from Simply Quinoa mentioned that she saw them pop up in some vegan forum online and she was intrigued. Clearly, so was I! I randomly saw them again recently and I put everything down to try this out myself.


I haven’t eaten a hot dog for almost 10 years (I personally can’t bring myself to eat one, but I totally don’t judge if someone digs ‘em – my husband does and most people do). So when grill season comes around, I always feel somewhat left out – because hot dogs just look fun to eat with all their toppings!

So when I saw these pop up, I knew this would change my summer barbecue game forEVER. I seriously can’t wait until summer hits, because I’m going to bring these pre-made and then just have whoever is grilling heat them up for a few minutes.

Vegan Carrot Dogs with Spiralized Toppings (Three Ways!)

They’re really, really easy to make – you just marinate the carrots, roast them, and then pop them into a healthy hot dog bun (I like these vegan ones by Rudy’s Organics) and top with desired toppings! And another way to make these is to boil the carrots until fork tender and then sear them in a skillet with flavorings. Either way, they’re DA BOMB.

Here are the flavors I decided to go with, all starting with a carrot dog and spiralized and caramelized onions:

The Classic

Yes, I spiralized PICKLES. If you’re not the most adventurous of eaters or you just prefer a classic ‘dog, then this one’s for you.

Vegan Carrot Dogs with Spiralized Toppings (Three Ways!)

The Basic Dog

Pretty much, the Classic Dog without pickles and with ketchup. I don’t get people who like ketchup with their hot dogs, but I understand that it’s a thing. If you like the ketchup-mustard combo, try this!

Vegan Carrot Dogs with Spiralized Toppings (Three Ways!)

The Chili Cheese Dog

Okay, so there’s no chili here, but there’s a chipotle cheese sauce, jalapenos and avocado, all things you may find in a chili! If you like it spicy, this is the ‘dog for you.

Vegan Carrot Dogs with Spiralized Toppings (Three Ways!)

The Hawaiian Dog

If you’re a lover of teriyaki sauce and Asian condiments, this ‘dog’s calling your name. It has sweet small-diced pineapple, scallions, and is topped off with red pepper flakes for a spicy kick.

Vegan Carrot Dogs with Spiralized Toppings (Three Ways!)

Which way do you take your dog?

Nutritional Information & Recipe

For the carrot dog itself:

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Serves: 4 carrots
  • 4 thick carrots
  • 2 tablespoons liquid smoke (I used hickory flavor, but you can use anyone you'd prefer)
  • 2 tablespoons reduced sodium tamari or soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon maple syrup
  • ¼ teaspoon onion powder
  • ¼ teaspoon garlic powder
  • pepper
  1. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. Peel the carrots. For true hot dog resemblance, when peeling, round the edges (like a hot dog.)
  3. In a small bowl, whisk together the liquid smoke, soy sauce, maple syrup, onion and garlic powder. Place the carrots in a shallow baking dish and pour over the liquid mixture. If you have the time, cover and let them marinate for at least 2 hours. If not, that’s okay, just roll the carrots around in the mixture, using your fingertips to massage the marinade into the carrots. When the carrots are coated in the mixture, season with pepper and transfer to the baking sheet. Roast for 35 minutes or until fork tender. Every five minutes, brush the carrots with the remaining marinade mixture.
  4. Once your carrot dog is done, place it into a hot dog bun and top it with your favorite hot dog toppings.

For the Hawaiian Dog:

1 teaspoon extra virgin olive oil
1 cup spiralized white or red onion (about ¼ of a medium onion, Blade A)
½ cup diced pineapple
2 tablespoons teriyaki sauce (I like Tessemae’s)
salt and pepper
1 carrot dog (see recipe above)
1 hot dog bun (I used Rudi’s vegan hot dog buns)
1 pinch red pepper flakes
1 scallion, diced, green parts only

Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Once oil is shimmering, add the onion and cook for 5-10 minutes or until mostly wilted and starting to brown. Season with salt and pepper. If needed, add water or vegetable broth to the pan to keep the onions from sticking to the pan.

Add the pineapple and teriyaki sauce to the skillet and cook for 2 minutes or until pineapple is heated through.

Place the carrot dog in the hot dog bun and top with pineapple mixture. Garnish with red pepper flakes and scallions.

For the Classic Dog:

1 teaspoon extra virgin olive oil
1 cup spiralized white or red onion (about ¼ of a medium onion, Blade A)
salt and pepper
1 large Kosher pickle
1 carrot dog
1 hot dog bun

Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Once oil is shimmering, add the onion and cook for 5-10 minutes or until mostly wilted and starting to brown. Season with salt and pepper. If needed, add water or vegetable broth to the pan to keep the onions from sticking to the pan.

Meanwhile, spiralize the pickle with Blade D. Set aside about ¼ cup pickle noodles and reserve the rest for future use in the refrigerator.

Place a carrot dog in a hot dug bun and top with pickles, onions, and drizzle with mustard.

For the Basic Dog:

1 teaspoon extra virgin olive oil
1 cup spiralized white or red onion (about ¼ of a medium onion, Blade A)
salt and pepper
1 carrot dog
1 hot dog bun

Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Once oil is shimmering, add the onion and cook for 5-10 minutes or until mostly wilted and starting to brown. Season with salt and pepper. If needed, add water or vegetable broth to the pan to keep the onions from sticking to the pan.

Place a carrot dog in a hot dug bun and top with onions, and drizzle with mustard and ketchup.

For the Chili Cheese Dog:

1 teaspoon extra virgin olive oil
1 cup spiralized white or red onion (about ¼ of a medium onion, Blade A)
salt and pepper
1 carrot dog (see recipe above)
1 hot dog bun
¼ cup cubed avocado (about ¼ avocado)
3 thin slices of jalapeno

For the cheese sauce*:
2/3 cups vegetable broth
1/2 cup raw cashews, soaked for at least 2 hours, drained
1 chipotle chile in adobo sauce, finely chopped
1.5 tablespoons nutritional yeast flakes
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1 pinch onion powder

*This will make about 1.25 cups of sauce and this recipe is only for one carrot dog, so you will have leftovers.

Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Once oil is shimmering, add the onion and cook for 5-10 minutes or until mostly wilted and starting to brown. Season with salt and pepper. If needed, add water or vegetable broth to the pan to keep the onions from sticking to the pan.

While the onions cook, add all of the ingredients for the cheese sauce into a high speed blender and process until creamy. Taste and adjust if necessary. Transfer the sauce into a small pot over medium heat and let heat up, about 3 minutes. Reduce the heat to low and keep warm until onions are ready.

Place a carrot dog in a hot dug bun and top with about ¼ cup of cheese sauce, then avocado, jalapenos, and scallions.

For the Hawaiian Dog:


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  1. Hi Ali,

    Thank you so much for this recipe!! I made it today, with a few changes :) Its currently marinating and I can’t wait for my family to give it a try!

    Im so sorry to hear about all the negativity on Instagram. Its such a shame that people act this way over a creative idea. I applaud you for using real whole food ingredients!! People should protest over the hot dogs they sell at the supermarket thats filled with additives and chemicals.

    Thank you, again!! Xoxo I can’t wait to see more creative and fun ideas from you!!

  2. I just have to say, “Thank You” for this recipe. I’m a true follower and always looking for new ways to cook vegan. See my husband is a vegan, a choice he made after suffering a heart attack and I’m always looking for new recipes to cook for him to change the menu up. It was the reason for me purchasing the Inspiralizer and what a difference it has made in our lives (I don’t eat meat, but do eat dairy and seafood). I’m now going to purchase one for my Mom and share with her some of these recipes. I’m excited to show her how she can mix it up with different vegetables. Anyway, I wanted to reach out after reading about the negative comments. Keep doing what you are doing, you do change people’s lives and are a positive influence.

  3. Wow…this is SO So clever……don’t give the mean bloggers another thought! There will ALWAYS be people like that. Too many other people adore your recipes, including me!!! Now my only problem is figuring out a bun since I don’t eat wheat……

    • I just cover them with the condiments and use a knife and fork. I don’t eat wheat either but you could also use a flax seed wrapper or even a lettuce wrap to hold it all together if you wanted more of a hand-held food item. I use sliced large Korean Daikon radishes as tortilla substitutes so they would work on this as well but you have to slice them very thin. They aren’t readily available except in oriental grocery stores or sections of larger towns that have a population that uses them. Sometimes I just eat them by themselves without any condiments because I like them as a spicy cooked carrot. But I’m weird.

    • Check out the gluten free freezer section in your grocery store. Udi’s makes all kinds of bread, rolls, bagels that are delicious! Also trader joes has a great selection.

      • Gluten free is not the same because all they do is substitute rice flour and other high carb flours that cause me major problems. But thanks for trying to help. I do not miss bread, I’d rather have less glycation in my body for better health and kidneys.

  4. I love everything about this! I can’t wait to try it- I can’t get over the outrage some people had over this! People are always going to have something negative to say when they aren’t open minded. I think this is creative and fun, I’d definitely let you at my BBQ for sure!!! :-)

  5. Wow! I just made this for dinner tonight. Spot on! Thank you for another great recipe!!!

  6. So obsessed with these!! I’ve seen carrot dogs floating around the Internet, but spiralized toppings make everything more fun. :) Plus these flavor combos are bomb!!
    Good for you for standing up for yourself. Some people just don’t have anything better to do than to criticize others – it’s sad. At least you know that you’re happy, healthy, successful, and loved. Keep it up, Ali!

  7. Ugh, screw the haters!! Some people are so bored I swear. I’d never heard of this idea until I saw your Instagram post and I was like WOAH so innovative haha. I’m sure they are as delicious as they look!! <3

  8. Anna Hashizume :


    I absolutely love your blog and have been inspired by you and your recipes for a little over a year. Before you came out with your own inspiralizer I bought one off of Amazon since your recipes looked so healthy and delicious.

    I saw this post on instagram and my mouth started watering. I had no IDEA that people would ever write negative comments about a carrot dog…I mean, c’mon! Why waste the time on a CARROT DOG? You have such a good perspective on this incident and I applaud you for sticking up for yourself and being open about how these comments make you feel. You have so many supporters and people who love your recipes/blog. I rarely write comments on blogs, but I feel strongly about sending positive energy into the world. I think what you’ve done (essentially built up an empire for yourself) is so admirable. I look up to women like you.

    Keep on keepin’ on :)

  9. Oh my gosh I could not believe some of the comments on your instagram post. It’s so sad how easily people throw mean and negative comments out on social media with no regard for how it might make others feel. I truly don’t get it. The people commenting that they were “offended” by the post of the carrot dog was pretty humorous though. How on earth is a carrot dog in any way offensive?! So silly.

    You have a great attitude and I really admire you realness. I hope the negativity from a few people who clearly have no lives won’t deter you from continuing to be creative and innovative in the kitchen! I’m not vegan but I’ve been loving these recipes and can’t wait to try the controversial carrot dog!

  10. These are brilliant! I saw these on Instagram and COULD NOT WAIT to jump over to the blog for the recipe! Thank you for making vegetables fun!! And whether a person is vegan or not, there’s always room to think of creative ways to make classic meals more healthful. I applaud you!! AND your carrot dogs!!

  11. OK, I’ll admit that the carrot dog isn’t throwing itself at me, however, the TOPPINGS are. They would be sooo good with say a bratwurst. Thanks for the ideas.

  12. Thank you for this inspirational recipe! I can’t wait to try it. I might actually get my kids to eat this one!! Sorry for the negativity. I think you are handling it with grace. Good for you for being brave enough to put yourself out there and share your voice.

  13. Hey Ali –

    Just wanted to give you some kudos for addressing this issue and standing up for yourself! I love your recipes and find you to be one of the most creative bloggers that I follow. I think it’s so funny – everyone has a different idea of what is “healthy” and what is “terrible for you.” Vegan, Paleo, Gluten-Free, Sugar Free, Vegetarian, etc. etc. etc. Different things work for different people and I so appreciate that you work hard to vary your recipes to appeal to everyone. Keep up the good work! Love your recipes and love my inspiralizer!

  14. I’m so sorry that you received all that hate on your Instagram account. I feel the same way as you, people who take the time to bring others down are probably not very happy in their own life. You keep being you and know that you are better than those that make nasty comments.

    (I haven’t tried the carrot dog yet but am definitely curious as a hot dog lover!)

  15. Mirien Church :

    I loved this instagram tease and tagged my 18 year old son. He invented carrot dogs on a boy scout campout years ago when he was not eating meat. He is still good-naturedly teased about eating carrot dogs. It was fun to show him that it’s actually a “thing”, posted by a famous food-blogger! We are going to try your loaded versions at our next bbq!

  16. These sound fantastic Ali!!! I can’t wait to tell my vegetarian niece about these. Great idea to go with portobello mushroom burgers.

  17. Cant wait to try this. My daughter has recently decided to be vegetarian, and I am looking for recipes to support her decision. These look so fun.

  18. Ali you make the best out of vegetables ! Can wait to make this recipe , don’t let those negative comments to disturb your creativity!

  19. Before I read the article and ingredients I thought these were some sort of veggie in a casing of something. These are freaking carrots!!!! Ali! You are amazing and inspiralize me every time something comes from you into my inbox. Thank you for your heart and passion and being YOU!

  20. I don’t understand the mean spirited and ugly comments either, I’m sorry you had to experience that. I’ve only had a carrot dog once, at Fritzi Dog here at Farmers Market in Los Angeles and it was yummy! We’re vegetarian and I can’t wait to try your versions. Thanks so much for the recipes!

  21. Whoa I love roasted veggies but never thought to try like this. Excited to find something alkaline friendly and fun! I got a great perspective from someone recently who told me that the stuff that anyone is bringing at you is data or information about them, not you. Negativity, disappointment whatever. I think your recipes rock!

  22. I follow you on instagram (both of your accounts) and also your blog. So I get updates from you quite often. I don’t think I have ever commented though. However, based on how your carrot dogs almost broke the internet I do feel like I should comment. When I first saw them I was thinking to myself, those don’t look good. But I would NEVER post anything negative because it’s not beneficial to anyone. Then I read the blog post and recipe and I started to think these might be kind of good. I still wasn’t going to post a comment. You hit the nail on the head, people that leave negative, ugly comments are not happy and were clearly never given home training. You are very generous with your time and recipes, I pay nothing but my time to see all of your recipes and ideas and I thank you for that.

  23. My daughter and I are going to serve these at my granddaughters baby shower! It’s a healthy farm theme and these are going to be a hit for sure! Thanks!

  24. Tried tonight and loved! Even my husband liked. Even though we are both meat eaters, this was a great substitute for hot dogs and so much healthier!! Thank you.

  25. I’ll have to give these a shot one of these days! I, like you, just cannot cuddle up to the idea of eating a hot dog. My husband (and his whole family, for that matter) loves them…so we’ll have to use this recipe for me and make everyone at family campouts get jealous ;)
    As for the negative comments, glad to see you grow through having a bunch of nastiness placed at your door and come out stronger. I saw the post on Instagram and was intrigued by it but I stopped reading the comments after seeing some negative back and forth — it’s not worth any of our time. Keep posting, keep thinking creatively — your kitchen is a safe place and only you get to decide if those Instagramers enter that space. Aren’t you glad for husbands that rock and are super supportive of your new ideas? I know the feeling :)

  26. I have made these twice since this has been posted! That’s twice in less than a week. So good even my hunter boyfriend is all over them. These carrot dogs are the bomb! I did cut back on the liquid smoke, only need maybe half, otherwise I think it’s a waste, you’re not going to get any more smoke flavour by adding more. Just subbed water for the other tbsp.
    Toronto is just recovering from an ice storm but it’s sunny out today and even though it’s only 7°C I swear I smell a bbq from a neighbours… makes me want more inspiralized carrot dogs!!!

  27. I bet it would be delicious to actually spiralize the carrots (vs keeping them whole) in the sauce and then fry them or bake them up and put them on top of a salad! Thanks for the idea and recipes :) They all sound delicious to me!

  28. Mary Beth Falvey :

    My husband and I both have had heart incidents in the last 4 months and are watching our salt intake.
    This means no hotdogs for either of us. I am going to try these carrot hot dogs, but need to eliminate some salt from the marinade. Can I do without the liquid smoke and just use less of the lower salt soy sauce. I thought I would put them on the grill for a short time after roasting to get a little smoke flavor.
    ps: since zucchini noodles are called zoodles, are pickle noodles called poodles; and then are they still vegetarian?
    pps: sorry some people were mean to you on your blog. Can I call them pickle pusses? (No offense intended to cats anywhere) Hope the ps: and the pps: made you smile a little brighter today! I am a big fan of you and your cookbook. I keep waiting for my spiralizer to break so I can buy an Inspiralizer, but the stupid thing is German-made and very strong! I’ll just have to keep accidentally dropping it on my tile floor.

    • Mary Beth Falvey :

      My husband actually liked them!

    • Try using liquid aminos instead of soy sauce! Lower sodium :) that’s all we buy now.

      • Thanks for sharing!!

      • Eek sorry, I just realized I said the wrong thing in my previous comment. I called it liquid aminos, instead of what I meant to say…COCONUT aminos. Liquid aminos are something sort of similar to soy sauce, but made through a very cheap, unsafe process, usually sold by the company Braggs, and are not lower in sodium. Coconut aminos, on the other hand, ARE a lower sodium option. They are a true better option for soy sauce. Sorry for the ( near) mixup!

  29. I loathe carrots… really, I hate them. But this actually has me wanting to try it! Since it is coming into BBQ seaon I am looking forward to whipping this up for a “by the pool” dinner for us and the kiddos.
    Thanks for posting this recipe!!

  30. You inspire us to be more creative with our meals, please don’t spend a second on the negative comments. I am a newbie to your blog and I tell you not only am I loving your ideas but my family is truly benefitting as well. I absolutely love the idea of carrot hot dogs. Anything unique and healthy, obviously we are all looking for otherwise why would we be searching these blogs? And thank you for such interesting posts and fantastic meal ideas.

  31. JoAnn Lakes :

    I’ve been vegan for a number of years but I have never made the carrot dog. I’ve seen it all over the place and is a specialty of the Happy Herbivore. I just have no idea why I haven’t given them a try. I’m so happy to be on a blog that isn’t directed towards vegans and see the carrot dog being promoted (along with vegan toppings). Kudos to you!!!! I have some nice sized carrots in the crisper and I’ll give them a shot for the BBQ on Memorial Day!

  32. Thank you for the carrot dog recipe. I plan to make them this weekend. I’m thinking about leaving out the maple syrup, because I don’t want to buy it just for one recipe. Do you think the sweetness of the carrot itself might be enough, or do you think the maple syrup is important? Thank you.

  33. Holy carrots, Batman. These are so good! My family is a meat and hot dog loving family but we loved these! My 10 year old ate her whole Not Dog (borrowed the name from your mom!), took a bite of regular hot dog, spit it out, and said, “That’s gross.” Score!! :)

    Thanks for this recipe! We are having them again this Memorial Day weekend!

    • Haha! This is so great to hear, Emily! Thank you for sharing with us. It’s so great to hear that your family approves. That is a major score!

  34. These were delicious! I want to add that I put the carrot dogs in a foil packet and put them on the grill while the rest of the family’s meat was grilled, saves the step of basting every 5″ in the oven. Foil packet would also work in the oven.

  35. I never thought I could eat a hot dog again so I am loving this! I am what I call a “reluctant” vegetarian because my gout is so bad and I don’t want to take medicine unless I have to. I want to thank you for coming up with this “hot dog” recipe (which looks easy and delicious) and to tell you not to get upset by idiot people who are “irrational.” You are doing a great thing for vegetarians, reluctant vegetarians and people who just like vegetables. Thanks and looking forward to many more recipes and techniques of yours.

  36. Hey Ali!
    Would it be possible to marinate these overnight or do you think that would make them too soft and/or flavorful??

    Also, this goes with another post but you should try out Jamie Oliver’s roast chicken in milk. It sounds weird and is very decadant but always comes out AMAZING for special occasions at home.
    Also also, I’ve been really loving the AllisandraB. Instagram and blog, especially your latest post. You’re such an inspiration, thank you!

  37. Bernadette Lim :

    So sad to hear about the bashing and all the negativity. This era really has acceptance, appreciation issues. No wonder we live in a hate-filled world.

    Thanks for sharing this. I don’t see anything wrong calling it hot dog.

  38. Can’t wait to try these! What’s funny is, my husband and I visited a top vegan restaurant in Philly where one of our small plates was marinated carrots. My husband (who eats meat) bit into one and exclaimed “OMG it tastes just like a hot dog this is amazing!” I was mortified, thinking the vegan chef wouldn’t really be pleased hearing that his carrots taste like one of the most processed meats out there, haha, but they were something. So excited to put it all together and try this recipe for a cookout!

  39. I, for one, am digging these carrot dogs. Ignore the haters, there’s a reason they’re simply haters and not successful people like you with a lot of followers wishing you good will and joy.

  40. My husband and i absolutely love this recipe! thank you for sharing k was wondering if you had any tips on how to get the carrots softer?


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