These look yummy! I might just have to try them out ;)
My husband isn't too fond of carrots, but I love them, so I'm always trying out new ways to get him to eat them. Maybe this one will be a success!
Honesty, I'm no fan of carrots either, but I love these. They're ideal for carrot haters :)
These look lovely...I wonder if they can be made egg-less?
I haven't tried. But even with the eggs, the batter is very loose. I think you'd need something to hold it together. If you find a way to make it egg-less, write back and tell us how you did it.
Little changes over time really do make such a big difference in the long run! I really like this recipe - great flavours and really nutritious too. Thank you for sharing it with the Hearth and Soul blog hop.
Great changes to the recipe! It's now health-building instead of health-degrading :) Thanks for sharing at Fresh Bites Friday on Real Food Whole Health!
I'd love to try these without eggs. I'm thinking flax meal. If I get it to work I'll let you know, and I'd love to know if someone else makes them without eggs!
Carrot patties looks delicious. Thanks for sharing with Hearth and soul hop.
Yum! This recipe looks like one of my favorites - yucca patties. I've never done patties with carrots. It looks great! Thanks for the recipe!
This look very good, I make a similar recipe with zucchini, I bet the carrots taste wonderful!! Thanks for sharing! ~April
These look like a fabulous and unique side dish (and so colorful!). I'm adding them to my ever growing list of recipes to try out. Thanks!And I love your point about all of the little changes adding up over the years....so very true!
I would love to make these, But I can't seem to find a recipe. Is there one posted? Or should I just "wing it?"
There's a link in the post. Though I've made these for ages, I came across the recipe online at Elana's Pantry. Let us know how it turned out!
I've never heard of carrot patties before and look forward to trying them. Are they good cold? I'm thinking that I could put them in my daughter's lunch.
I really love them, even cold. The bigger problem might be that they fall apart pretty easily. Not a big problem on the dinner table, but if you want to pack them in a lunch, you may want to tweek the repice to make them more firm. Let me know if you do!
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