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All about Carrots | Love My Philly - 0 views

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    Carrots are versatile root vegetables and are available year-round. They're a welcome addition to soups, stews, salads and stir-fries.
gina syarif

Carrot Poke Cake | Love My Philly - 2 views

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    Poke, poke! These cute and dainty Carrot Poke Cakes have a brilliant blend of ingredients.
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Easy Carrot & Broccoli au Gratin - 0 views

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    With the help of this Easy Carrot & Broccoli au Gratin recipe, you'll have your family enjoying veggies in no time.
gina syarif

Shortcut Carrot Cake - 0 views

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    Try this excellent Shortcut Carrot Cake. This recipe is awesome for anybody wanting a simpler carrot cake.
gina syarif

Carrot-Ginger Cupcakes with Spiced Cream Cheese - 0 views

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    Carrot cakes make for great-tasting cakes, but have you tried them in cupcake form?
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Traditional Swiss Carrot Cake - recipe on Forkd! - 0 views

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    T hese recipes all come from a battered notebook where I copied recipes when I was a kid. It is well used and covered with stains... The pages are starting to fall apart so I think it is a good idea to save those online. The carrot cake has been a classic recipe in Switzerland very far back, they actually claim it was invented there. Who knows? The recipe differs from carrot cakes found in the UK and US - it has more carrot and is a very moist cake. Mostly it means a higher carrot/sugar ration, a lot of eggs and almonds (or hazelnuts) and almost no flour. It could probably be done gluten free replacing the wheat flour with an alternative. The cake is better after a few hours' or overnight rest. It also freezes very well. And, as it is quite solid, it also "piles" quite well on top of each other. I had made this for my wedding cake in the US and had almost more requests for the recipe than congratulations at the reception...
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