#GutsyEats – Easy Crock Pot Carrots and Potatoes

I love this recipe because it easy and makes so much yummy veg that can be used throughout the week. I will use these veg in stir fries, as an easy side for my dinners or even with eggs for breakfast.

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The Captivating Carrot

  • Carrots are a great source of fiber. They contain about 3g insoluble fiber and 2.2g of soluble fiber per cup. 
  • Carrots have a low glycemic index, which means that it will not spike your blood sugar, which is especially good for anyone who is diabetic.
  • Carrots are rich in Beta-Carotene which gets converted into Vitamin A in the body. This helps to promote good vision. 
  • Carrots also have a good source of Vitamin K1 which is important in supporting bone health.
  • They also contain a good amount of Potassium and Vitamin B6. 

The Pleasant Potato

  • Potatoes contain 1.8g of insoluble fiber and 1.2g of soluble fiber. Together this is about 3g of fiber per 1 cup serving.
  • Potatoes are rich in iron, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium and zinc, which helps to promote bone health. Iron and zinc are important in the production of collagen, and phosphorus and calcium help with the bone structure. 
  • Potassium helps to decrease blood pressure naturally.
  • Potatoes also contain Choline. Choline is this amazing, versatile, and anti-inflammatory nutrient found in potatoes. Choline helps with muscle mouvement, mood, learning and memory. One large potato contains about 57mg of Choline, the daily recommended amount for adult males is 550mg and for woman is 425mg. 
Easy Crock Pot Carrots and Potatoes


  • Stock Carrots, chopped
  • White or Russet Potatoes (could also use some Sweet Potatoes), chopped
  • 1 Onion, skinned but kept whole
  • 3 cloves garlic (kept whole)
  • 3 cups Chicken Stock or Vegetable Stock
  • 4 cups water
  • 2 Sprigs Fresh Rosemary
  • 4 Sprigs Fresh Parsley 
  • A few dashes of salt
  1. Place all ingredients into a crock pot, make sure there is enough water to cover the top of all the vegetables. 
  2. Cook on High for about 5-6 hours or until carrots and potatoes are tender. Alternatively leave it on low for about 8 hours. 
  3. To store keep the veggie mixture in a container with a bit of broth. This is also a great recipe to make a huge batch and freeze for later use. 
I hope you enjoyed this easy mid-week recipe. 
Lots of love, 
Your Trusty Gutsy Gal 

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Nathalie is a Canadian entrepreneur, blogger, architectural designer, and Crohn’s warrior. Nathalie graduated from her final university degree in Spring 2020 with a Master’s of Architecture. Nathalie decided to start this blog to share her journey and experiences. She shares daily advice on all things health, lifestyle, self love, motivation and environmentalism on the blog and over on Facebook and Instagram.

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