Monday, 18 August 2014

Kids in the Kitchen - Carrot Cake

Welcome to this weeks Kids in the Kitchen where you can link up your posts about your kids cooking and recipes. If you would like to know more then please read my Kids in the Kitchen page. The rules for linking up are really simple and I accept old posts and new, so do come and join us.

This week I'm sharing my Carrot Cake recipe and the Little Man was my helper.

First I'd like to say thank you to last weeks linkers.

On Autism Mamma you can find the most delicious looking Freddo Chocolate Cake.

The Brilliant Chef made scrummy looking Orange Choc Chip Cookies.

Thank you for joining in, I've shared the posts on Twitter and Pinterest too.

Carrot Cake

This is a very simple carrot cake which contains no nuts or extra flavourings, just carrots and a little cinnamon.
You can cover it with a cream cheese frosting, or butter cream, but we like it as it is.

Ingredients:

185g sugar
180 ml vegetable oil
2 eggs
150g self raising flour
 1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp cinnamon
130g carrots grated (about 3 medium carrots)

Method:

mix together the sugar oil and eggs in a large bowl.
Sift in the flour baking powder, salt and cinnamon
Add the grated carrots
mix well

bake for 50 minutes at gas mark 5




carrot cake


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6 comments:

  1. I adore carrot cake but have never before made it myself. Little man looks like he's having lots of fun. I don't have access to my laptop this week but will see if I can manage to link up an old post through my phone in a moment. Xxx

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  2. That looks yummy, will have to give that a try (if the guinea piggies let me use some of their carrots!!) x

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  3. Yummm we love carrot cake but I've never been brave enough to make it, I'm not really sure why as this recipe looks so straight forward!

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  4. Yum! What a lovely idea for a linky too :) #PoCoLo xx

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  5. I love carrot cake! That looks so tasty x

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  6. Awww son and i baked but I forgot to take photos! We usually just do cookies and would probably try bread and cakes this week and I wont forget to take photos so that I can join in next week =) #pocolo

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