|Preparation : 20 min||Resting : -|
|Cooking : 1 hr||Equipment :|
|Difficulty :||Rating : 7 rates|
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|110||g walnuts (optional)
|250||g (2 large) carrots,
|175||g self-raising flour
|175||g light brown sugar
|2||tsp baking powder
|175||ml light oil (not olive)
|175||g full fat cream cheese|
|such as Philadelphia®|
|75||g unsalted room temperature butter,|
|cut into 4 pieces|
|350||g icing sugar, sifted|
|½||tsp vanilla extract|
|1||Preheat the oven to 180 °C (170 °C fan, gas mark 4). Lightly butter a 23cm|
|2||Install the food processing bowl and blade. Add half the walnuts and chop for|
about 20 seconds using the FOOD PROCESSOR programme. Set aside.
|3||Remove the metal blade and install the transparent bowls with the 4mm grating|
disc. Grate the carrots into the midi bowl using the FOOD PROCESSOR programme.
|4||Remove the transparent bowls and fit the metal bowl. Add the flour, sugar, baking|
powder, oil, cinnamon, eggs, chopped walnuts and grated carrots.
|5||Select the PASTRY/CAKE programme. With the machine still running, after|
1 minute, remove the cap and add the sultanas.
|6||Pour the cake batter into the cake tin and bake for 1 hour or until a cake tester|
comes out clean. When the cake
|1||Install the food processing bowl. Place all of the frosting ingredients in it.|
|2||Select the FOOD PROCESSOR programme for 10-12 seconds or until blended.|
|3||Refrigerate until required.|
yummmm!! messy but fun and delicious
very succesful recipe, pleased with the result.
very easy and well risen
For the frosting I just used 3tsp of organic Greek yoghurt. Beautifully and slightly tart.