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Sugar and spice

by Terence Handley MacMath

Posted: 24 Oct 2014 @ 12:27

I HAVE been searching for many years for a Carrot cake recipe that contains a carrot or two, and does not use a ton of sugar. I have recently discovered two that have a good autumnal spicy flavour.

The first one is equally good made with grated apples. It also uses the classic carrot/cardamom combination, which persuaded a chance visitor that I'd put our house on the market, so seductive was the scent of the cooling cake in the kitchen.

It makes 16 squares ...

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