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Carrot cake with cream cheese frosting!

I love carrot cake. Especially such a soft and very moist with good taste and bite in. It is just what this recipe has to offer. I have chosen to make two carrot scallops to get a little bit of cake, but you can easily cut the recipe so that you only get 1 bottom. Have fun and have a really nice weekend!

Carrot cake with cream cheese frosting!

Ingredients

Carrot cake recipe:

400 g butter, room temperature

300 g brown sugar

100 g of cane sugar

6 eggs

400 g flour

4 tsp. cinnamon

2 tsp. baking soda

2 tsp. vanilla powder

160 g of raisins

600 g carrots, torn

150 g walnuts, grated

Cream cheese frosting:

300 g cream cheese,natural

150 g butter, soft

200 g of powdered sugar

Grain from a vanilla pole

Juice and shell from an organic lemon (after taste)

Store a little must to sprinkle over the cake

 

Approach

Carrot cake:

Whip butter, cane sugar and brown sugar well together. Add an egg access while whipping. Mix flour, cinnamon, baking powder and vanilla powder together in a bowl and stir in the dough. Add carrots raisins and walnuts to the dough and whip well. Distribute the dough into two spring shapes (23 cm in diameter) coated with baking paper at the bottom and spreaded with butter on the sides. Bake the cakes at 175 ° C for approx. 45 minutes. Let the cakes cool off.

Cream cheese frosting:

Whip all the ingredients together into a uniform mass.

Gather the cakes with a layer of cream cheese frosting in between and butter a layer upstairs. You can also make small napkins with a spray bag that I have done. Finally sprinkle lemon peel over the cake. Bon appetite!

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2 Comments
  1. I can’t wait to make this cake!

    I just want to let you know that I’m looking at the English recipe and I was a bit confused. After doing some research on google, I found that “flormelis” means powdered sugar, and not cream flour, as its translated on here.

    Thank you for the awesome recipes!

    1. Thank you so much for your sweet comment! And I’m so sorry for the error, I’ll fix it right away! Good luck with the cake baking 🙂 Best regards Frederikke

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