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Carrot Powder

We make our Carrot Powder by drying fresh carrots and then grinding them to a fine, powdery texture. Ideal as a flavoring or coloring agent in pastas, sauces, dressings and baked goods.

  • Light to dark orange powder

  • Fine texture

  • Mild, sweet, slightly peppery flavor

  • Rich in vitamin A

  • D'allesandro
    Price: $21.20
    $1.51 / Ounce

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    Suggested uses

  • Add to flour mixes for carrot cake to boost carrot flavor and orange color

  • Add to soups or stews for a thickening, carrot-flavored base

  • Fold into pancake, waffle or muffin batter for added color, flavor and nutrition

  • Impart striking color to flour tortillas, crackers, breads and more

  • Measure 2 tablespoons into the blender for a nutritious addition to morning smoothies

  • Basic prep

    Ready to use. No preparation necessary.


    Carrots, silicon dioxide or calcium stearate (anti-caking agent).

    One of the most popular root vegetables, the carrot is a member of the Umbelliferae family of plants, but also commonly considered part of the Apiaceae family. Sharing some botanical traits with parsley, celery, fennel, caraway and dill, this taproot grows as small as two inches to as long as three feet, topped with feathery green leaves that closely resemble anise.

    Carrots are known for their rich supply of carotenoids, a rich group of phytonutrient antioxidants that are beneficial to the cardiovascular system and cell renewal process. While popular opinion suggests carrots to be proven to aid in eye health, there are few studies to support this claim. There has been significant research in the area of colon cancer, showing a positive link between carrot juice and colon cell health.

    The history of carrots dates back to the pre-900s in the Middle East where they were mostly purple, red or yellow, not the iconic orange color we know today. It was not until the carrot found its way to Northern Europe in the 1500s that the plant began being cultivated to favor the mutated yellow form, most popular with Dutch growers. Legend holds that this was done to honor the great William of Orange or to give thanks to King William I as a tribute to his conquest over Spain. Through gradual selection in Europe, the orange Carrot became the standard variety of the vegetable, as it remains today.

    Classic recipe

    Creamy Mango Carrot Smoothie

    Our Carrot Powder gives this sweet, vibrant orange smoothie both its color and a healthy dose of protein and vitamins. This vegan smoothie makes a great on-the-go breakfast or afternoon snack.