.Like father like daughter! They have a similar taste for food & several excuses for not having veggies! Even the pint-sized little one is as adamant as her father and I always try to find weird ways to add veggies in their diet as much as possible. This is the main reason why I just love Carrot Cake! Both of them have a sweet tooth and they love fresh home-baked cake. This super moist cake is full of Carrot and it serves the purpose of adding veggies to their diet. For me, it’s a guilt-free cake. However, Carrot Cake with Cream cheese Frosting is not that guilt-free though we love it!
This is however not the Classic Carrot Cake Recipe! Walnut is one of the main ingredients in the Classic version which I do not add. I have not added Walnut and twisted the Cake batter with a punch of Orange Juice to make the Cake more nutritious. The cream cheese frosting though is prepared following the typical ingredients.
Carrot Cake with Cream cheese Frosting 2020 update!
When I wrote this recipe back in 2015 Pasta was two years old. I never thought I will update this with further details. I not only updated the pictures but I have added a very special video of Carrot Cake with Cream cheese Frosting where Pasta is in action! She is making the cake and I must say in 2020 she is quite a pro. At present we are homebound as we are fighting the pandemic of COVID-19 and as a family, we are working jointly. Pasta learned several things including baking a cake. In this recipe, for the first time, she has tried her hands in making frosting as well. I am super proud.
You must watch the video to see Pasta in action. My role was limited to capture her work and giving her a few instructions!
Carrot Cake with Cream cheese Frosting video recipe!
Here's how I make Carrot Cake with Cream cheese FrostingPrint
A very easy recipe of Carrot Cake with Cream cheese Frosting which for sure is drool-worthy!
- All-Purpose Flour / Maida: 2 Cup (300 g)
- Grated Carrot: 2 Cup (around 300 g)
- Nutmeg Powder: 1 Tsp.
- Baking Powder: ½ Tsp.
- Baking Soda: ½ Tsp.
- Powder Sugar: 1 cup
- Egg: 4
- Plain Yogurt: 1.5 cup
- Refined Vegetable Oil: 1 cup
- Cream Cheese: 200g
- Butter: 100g
- Icing Sugar: 75 g
- Vanilla Essense: few drops
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- Pre-heat the oven in 160o C for 10 minutes.
- Mix All Purpose Flour with Nutmeg Powder, Baking Powder, Baking Soda, and Orange Peel.
- After mixing add Grated Carrot to the Flour mixture and fold lightly.
- Now take Brown sugar and Castor Sugar in a Bowl and add Vegetable oil and using a hand beater or electric blender blend to get a creamy mixture for around 5-7 minutes.
- Now add Eggs one by one to the mixture and continue mixing.
- Then add Plain Yogurt and Orange Juice to the mixture and blend for 3-4 minutes.
- Now mix Flour mix with the Wet mixture using cut and fold method.
- Take a Cake mold of your preference and spray some oil and then place a piece of parchment paper in the base and then pour the cake mixture in the Cake Pan. I have used two rectangular Cake mold for my cake.
- Now it’s time to bake the Cake!
- Bake Carrot Cake at 160o C for 30-40 minutes and check the cake after 30 minutes by inserting a knife or toothpick. If the cake is done knife or toothpick should come out clean. It took me around 40 minutes to bake the cake.
- I haven’t used heavy frosting for this cake instead used light and simple frosting of Orange Juice and Castor Sugar.
- Beat Castor Sugar with Orange Juice for around 5 minutes to get thick creamy frosting.
- Spread the frosting over the cake!
- And what else….Carrot Cake with Cream cheese Frosting is ready. Just grab it and have it.
- Prep Time: 30 mins
- Cook Time: 40 mins
- Category: Cake
- Cuisine: World
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