Luscious recipes for carrot cakes and carrot muffins.
We bulked up our favourite recipe to fill a 20-cup (5 L) metal cake pan, such as a 14- x 14- x 2-inch (35 x 35 x 5 cm) square or 15- x 11- x 2-inch (38 x 28 x 5 cm) rectangle. You can rent these from some cake-decorating stores, or buy one online at goldaskitchen.com. Or use two 13- x 9- x 2-inch (3.5 L) pans.
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In small bowl, sprinkle 2 tsp (10 mL) water over raisins. Cover and microwave on high for 20 seconds; stir and set aside to let cool.
In bowl, whisk ...
A moist cake with fall flavours. For Halloween season, instructions are below to turn this cake into a graveyard scene!
Muffins are great for breakfast on the go or as a late-morning snack. This one has lots of variations – both inside and on top – for different tastes.
Our most popular recipe ever! This moist carrot cake is welcome at birthdays, weddings, reunions and all special occasions.
In large bowl, stir together all-purpose flour, carrots, whole wheat flour, raisins, sugar, wheat germ, baking powder, cinnamon and salt. In separate ...
Enjoy the moistness of a carrot cake and the elegance of a Bundt cake all in one.
Katie Zeitel, a Grade 1 student, works up quite an appetite skipping with her friends at lunchtime. One of her favourite treats is a store-bought chocolate chip muffin. During the past few years, many commercial muffins have become very large in size and are often high in fat. For children, a mini- size is more appropriate. Adding carrots to the batter is another way to eat vegetables that are a rich source of vitamins and minerals. You can sprinkle mini chocolate chips on top before baking.
This all-purpose cake is simple, delicious and wholesome. You can substitute a dusting of icing sugar for the glaze if you prefer.
Adding grated carrot to muffin bars is another way to consume a small amount of vegetable — every little bit counts, right? Vary the dried fruits by choosing your family's favourite.
Chock-full of nutritious goodies, such as apple, coconut, cranberries, carrots and pepitas (hulled pumpkin seeds), these muffins make a fabulous start to the day or a delicious wrap-and-go snack.
Make your hosts glad they invited you to visit. Present them these special muffins in a napkin-lined basket. Home economist Jennifer MacKenzie recommends you use very ripe bananas.
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