Creamy Carrot Casserole
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 30 min.
I make my cheese carrots with a jar of cheese wiz and a stick of butter and top with corn flakes> Yum so good my family loves them! I have to make every holiday.
We made this with a couple of changes, we used olive oil mayo, and i used Townhouse crackers, it was super good, we took it to passover last year and i didn't get to bring any leftovers home that's how good it was.
I just made this for my husband and I and it was a hit! (he is not a vegetable lover.)He hates anything spicy so I substitued powdered ginger for the horseradish. You could also use green onions for the onions as it compliments the ginger. I used olive oil mayo and baby carrots. I cut this recipe down and only made a third and cooked it in the bottom of my air fryer at 350 until golden. You just need to push it together to get the thickness you want. I would say it took 8 to 10 minutes.
This recipe is very similar to my Aunt Kate’s Carrots that I’ve been making for many years(minus the mayo, onions and horseradish). I love it, and I’m not a fan of cooked carrots. Sometimes I substitute with Townhouse crackers and velveeta cheese
Not fans of horseradish. Any ideas for a flavor substitution?
I have made a variation of this for years, and think it is delicious. I am not a carrot fan, but I do like this flavorful casserole. I make mine like this one, with a couple of exceptions; I have never used the cracker crumbs - or any other topping - but that sounds like it might be tasty. I use two or more Tablespoons of horseradish. I use more cheese, and I stir it into the casserole, rather than on top. This dish can also be made without the cheese, and is still very tasty!
This just tastes like hot carrots in mayo....
Made these using buttered breadcrumbs as suggested, but all else as written. We all really enjoyed the horseradish flavor since most carrot recipes are too sweet for my liking. Will definitely make again.
It was okay and I like to eat healthy carrots but next time I will butter the bread crumbs and try them instead of the Ritz crackers as PrplMonky5 suggested.
Except for the Ritz crackers and cheese, this is the same recipe that appeared in Yankee Magazine over 20 years ago. Please give credit where credit due!