- — Raw, Vegan
- — Natural food coloring
- — Good source of Vitamin A
Carrot is a nutrient-dense vegetable that has numerous health benefits and is widely used around the world. Unlike Carrot Juice Powder, Food to Live Carrot Powder is made by grinding whole dehydrated carrots and preserving all precious nutrients this vegetable offers. Thanks to being super convenient, Carrot Powder uses are extremely diverse.
Taste & Culinary Uses
Carrot Root Powder has an intense, slightly sweet flavor, which is very similar to the fresh vegetable. With that in mind, you can use this powder in any recipe that calls for fresh carrots. 1 tablespoon of Dehydrated Carrot Powder equals one medium-sized carrot. It is a wonderful ingredient for both savory and sweet dishes. You can add Dried Carrot Powder to smoothies, juices, stews, and soups as well as to baked goodies, such as cakes, muffins, or pies. Besides, it acts like a natural coloring agent and gives food a pleasant orange color. Carrot Powder is also used in cosmetics. For example, it can be mixed with water and applied on skin as a hydrating mask. It helps skin stay moist and glowing.
Carrots are most famous for their high beta-carotene content. Beta-carotene is a powerful antioxidant, which our body converts into Vitamin A. In return, Vitamin A is essential for cell development and the health of organs like heart, lungs, and kidneys. Moreover, it promotes good eye health. Just 1 oz of Carrot Powder provides 7g of dietary fiber and 2g of protein, nutrients crucial for those who follow a vegan or a vegetarian diet. In addition, this Powder is rich in Vitamin C, Calcium, Potassium, and Iron. The recommended dosage of Carrot Powder for an adult is 1/2 teaspoon for the first five days followed by a 1 week break.
Keep the powder in an air-tight container in a cool dry place. Considering that this product’s shelf life is about 1.5 years, we recommend checking out our Carrot Powder bulk options which are super budget-friendly.