Carrot Powder (Organic!)

Don’t let your carrots go to waste and turn them into useful, healthy, and organic Carrot Powder!

It is one of my favorite one-ingredient recipes because it’s easy to do and useful in many dishes and drinks. Making it entirely from scratch is certainly fun, practical, and effortless.

You can use it at home or turn it into a business to promote good food and a healthy lifestyle. Once you learn how to make carrot powder, you can make more organic condiments!

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With homemade, delicious, and nutritious Carrot Powder, you can surely make your best recipes better. What are you waiting for? Get the freshest carrots you can find, and let’s make Carrot Powder!

How to Make Carrot Powder

It may take time to make Carrot Powder, but it is absolutely worth it. After preparing, drying or dehydrating, and blending the carrots, you’ve got yourself quality and organic Carrot Powder!



What makes carrots some of the best vegetables for condiments?

In terms of flavor, carrots have the right balance of sweet and earthy flavors. They also have a bright orange color that can make dishes and drinks inviting.

Raw carrots have a firm and crunchy texture, but once cooked, they will have a soft and tender feeling. You can cook them by stir-frying, roasting, baking, steaming, and more!

Most importantly, carrots have lots of health benefits for you.

Health Benefits

  • If you want to lose weight, then low-calorie carrots can help you.
  • According to Healthline, the vitamin A from carrots can take better care of your eyes.
  • Carrots also have lots of antioxidants to fight against different types of cancer.
  • BBC Good Food suggests eating more carrots to improve gut health.
  • Boost your memory and brain function by regularly eating carrots.

There are many ways to use carrots. Aside from turning them into powder, you can also make oil, baby food, juice, and cake for healthy yet delicious delicacies!

fresh carrot


It’s time to make Carrot Powder!

  1. Peel the carrots with a knife or peeler.
  2. Use a spiralizer or knife to get carrot strips.
  3. Spread the strips on a lined tray.
  4. Then, cover the tray with a food net cover
  5. Dry it under the sun or in a dehydrator.
  6. Transfer the dried carrots to a blender or food processor.
  7. Blend until powdery.
  8. Filter the carrot powder with a sieve.
  9. Finally, transfer contents into a container and store them! 
grated fresh carrot

Pat yourself on the back because you just made a condiment in your kitchen! It’s not just an ordinary condiment; it’s organic, all-natural, and ultimately healthy.


Buying carrots

  • AZ Central suggests buying carrots with firm and plump quality.
  • They should also have a vibrant orange color.
  • Carrot tops should be in a healthy green color.
  • Check them for any cracks, soft spots, or discoloration. 

Storing carrots

  • According to Listonic, carrots can last up to five days at room temperature.
  • They can last up to four weeks in the fridge.
  • You can store whole or sliced carrots in the freezer for several months.

Slicing carrots

If you don’t have a spiralizer or a grater, then you can use a knife to slice the carrots into strips. Alternatively, slice it with a peeler for even strips. 

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Dehydrating Carrots

Instead of sun drying the carrots, there are other methods you can try. 

  1. Peel and slice the carrots.
  2. Arrange the carrot slices on the tray.
  3. Then, set the dehydrator to 52°C.
  4. Let them dry for several hours, depending on the number of carrots. 
  1. Arrange the carrots slices on a lined baking tray.
  2. Set the oven to the lowest setting.
  3. Then, bake it with the oven door slightly ajar.
  4. Wait for several hours to dry.
  1. Line a microwave-safe plate with wax paper and lightly grease it with oil.
  2. Put the slices on the plate and cook them on medium heat for ten minutes.
  3. Then, turn them over and cook for another ten minutes.
  4. Dehydrate them for another 15 minutes on a low setting.
grated carrot

Quick Tip!

Dehydrated carrot strips can also be vacuum-sealed into resealable bags or containers

Carrot Powder Variations

Use any variety of carrots to make the condiment but remember that they must be fresh and properly stored. You can mix it with chili flakes or other powdered seasonings for a diverse flavor. 

The dried carrot strips can be used on their own. Otherwise, convert the carrots into a paste by boiling them and pureeing them with a masher or a blender. 

Carrots can also be turned into oil by combining the carrot powder with coconut oil in a container

More Made From Scratch

No-Blender Carrot Powder

Aside from using a blender, you can also use a food processor, a grinder, an electric mixer, a food mill, or a mortar and pestle.

  • Blender: Make carrot powder in a blender.
  • Spiralizer or grater: Make the strips by using a spiralizer or grater. 
  • Knife or peeler: Use a peeler or a knife to remove the skin.
  • Food net cover: Cover the tray with a net.
  • Sieve: Filter the contents with a sieve. 
  • Tray: Arrange the carrots on a lined tray. 
  • Dehydrator: Dry the carrots in a dehydrator.
  • Container: Store the carrot powder in a container.

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How to Use Organic Carrot Powder

You can use carrot powder for smoothies, cereals, baking – carrot cake, cooking, soups, stews, food coloring, carrot oil, and more. This powder can also be used for your skin, especially if you combine it with moisturizing agents.

Storage Tips

  • At room temperature: Store the carrot powder in a container for several weeks. 

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  • In the fridge: Put the powder in a container or a resealable bag. Then, store it in the fridge for a few months.
  • To freeze: Do not freeze the carrot powder to maintain its texture.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is carrot powder used for?

There are many ways to use carrot powder. For instance, you can add it to soups, stews, baked goods, juices, smoothies, desserts, bread, snacks, and more!

How to make powdered carrots?

You can make carrot powder by preparing the carrots first. Peel and slice them into strips. Then, dehydrate them under the sun or with the help of a dehydrator.

Once dried, turn the contents into a powder with a blender or food processor. Store the carrot powder in a jar and use it whenever needed!

What’s carrot powder?

Carrot powder is an organic condiment made from dried carrots. It’s also a healthy and all-natural seasoning that you can use for plenty of dishes and drinks.

How much carrot powder per day?

Nuts suggests using about a tablespoon of carrot powder daily. Don’t forget to balance the flavor and health benefits with other condiments.

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Carrot Powder

Don’t miss out on the nutrition and flavor of carrot powder; make your own at home!
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 1 small jar
Course Condiment/spice
Cuisine Afghanistan
Calories 150kcal


  • 6 carrots


  • Peel the carrots with a knife or peeler.
  • Use a spiralizer or knife to get carrot strips.
  • Spread the strips on a lined tray.
  • Then, cover the tray with a food net cover. 
  • Dry it under the sun or in a dehydrator.
  • Transfer the dried carrots to a blender or food processor.
  • Blend until powdery.
  • Filter the carrot powder with a sieve.
  • Finally, transfer contents into a container and store them! 



  • Slice the carrots with a spiralizer, grater, knife, or other similar materials.
  • The carrots can be dehydrated under the sun, in the oven, microwave, or dehydrator.


Calories: 150kcalCarbohydrates: 35gProtein: 3gFat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0.1gPolyunsaturated Fat: 0.4gMonounsaturated Fat: 0.04gSodium: 253mgPotassium: 1171mgFiber: 10gSugar: 17gVitamin A: 61144IUVitamin C: 22mgCalcium: 121mgIron: 1mg
Keyword carrot powder, condiment, healthy, natural, one-ingredient recipe, organic

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