Roasted Radishes & Carrots – My 17 Day Diet Blog

Roasted Radishes and Baby Carrots are the perfect side dish to any Cycle 3 Dinner!

Radishes are a favorite lower carb root veggie if you’re trying to stay away from more starchy vegetables such as white potatoes. Some say that when radishes are roasted really well, they often taste like potatoes!

Radishes are a popular option for those on a Keto Diet and this Roasted Radishes & Carrots recipe is also a simple and easy side dish if you’re on Cycle 3 of the 17 Day Diet.  

This dish can also be used on the 17 Day Kickstart Diet, too. Keep reading as I’ll let you know which phase this is allowed in.

There’s nothing quite like the taste of roasted radishes and carrots.

Roasted Radishes make a great lower carb alternative to white potatoes

Ingredients for Roasted Radishes & Carrots

Well, you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to know that you’ll need radishes and carrots in order to make this recipe.

With all kidding aside, you’ll also use a bit of dried thyme and well as salt and pepper and a squeeze of lemon juice to bring a freshness to the dish!

Radishes and Carrots are the main ingredients in this side dish

Non-Starchy Vegetable Alternative

Like I mention earlier, radishes are a great alternative to a higher starch content vegetable like potatoes.

When roasted, the flavor of radishes (or any vegetable really) are out of this world.

In fact, I prefer my vegetables roasted most of the time due to the added flavor of the caramelization of the veggies!

For this recipe, you’ll be cutting your vegetables. However, if they are on the smaller side, you can certainly leave them whole.

If you do cut them, there are more opportunities for cut edges to brown, which means more flavor!

Roasted Radishes and Carrots are a great low carb option to potatoes

Radishes on the 17 Day Diet

If you’re on the 17 Day Diet, radishes are allowed starting in Cycle 3.  

If you’re not sure which foods are allowed when, make sure you take a peek at the 17 Day Diet Cycle 3 Food List.

Radishes on the 17 Day Kickstart Diet

Unlike the original 17 Day Diet, radishes can be eaten on the Kickstart Diet from the start.

Starting in the 3-Day Scrub Phase, you’ll see radishes listed on the “Non Starchy Vegetable” section of the 17 Day Kickstart Diet Food List.

However, carrots are allowed starting on the 4-Day Soak Up Phase.

If you want to use this recipe as-is, wait until day 4. 

Roasted Radishes & Carrots for the Keto Diet

Radishes make a great alternative to white starchy potatoes, especially if you’re on a Keto Diet.

Depending on your macros, you may want to limit the number of carrots you eat (they make great leftovers!).

Plant Based Side Dish

This Roasted Radishes & Carrots recipe is a perfect plant-based side dish for your evening meal! It’s nutrient-dense, packs in a lot of flavor, and it’s healthy for you!

This recipe would serve as a great side dish to any of my recipes inside either of my plant-based recipe books, Simply Veggie, my 4-week vegetarian meal plan for the 17 Day Diet or Greens & Things, my latest recipe book for plant-powered eaters.

Greens & Things Plant Based Recipe Book for the Kickstart and 17 Day Diets

Other Low Carb Roasted Vegetable Recipes

If you enjoy this Roasted Radishes & Carrots recipe, make sure you check out the following roasted veggie recipes:

Other Low Carb Side Dish Recipes

If you enjoy this Roasted Radishes & Carrots side dish recipe, make sure you check out the following plant-based side dish recipes:

If you try this Roasted Radishes & Carrots recipe and you enjoy it, please come back and review the recipe card below. If you’re on social media, make sure you tag me @17ddblog so I can see your pretty roasted veggies!

Roasted Radishes and Carrots are a nutrient dense side dish that is less starchy than white potatoes

Ingredients

  • 1 bunch small to medium radishes, about 12-14
  • 1 pound of carrots
  • 1-2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon dried thyme
  • Salt and Pepper to taste
  • 1/2 Lemon

Instructions

    1. Preheat the oven to 450 Degrees F.
    2. Trim radishes and slice in half (if very thick)
    3. Next, peel and trim carrots, cutting them into rectangular slices
    4. Place the radishes and carrots on a baking sheet and toss with the olive oil, thyme, salt, and pepper.
    5. Roast until tender yet firm in the center, about 20 to 25 minutes. Squeeze with a little lemon juice and serve.

Notes

Approved for:

17 Day Diet – Cycle 3

17 Day Kickstart Diet – All Phases (radishes are approved starting day 1, however carrots are approved starting day 4)

Keto Diet – may want to limit helping of carrots depending on your macros

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