Raw carrot refrigerator cake recipe
Posted in: Raw Cakes, Cookies and Bars
1. Place carrots in food processor by themselves. Process them very briefly - just to reduce them to littler chunks - about the size of pieces of popped popcorn. Leave carrots in food processor.
2. Now add all cake ingredients into food processor. Process briefly and slowly, stopping to monitor the process. You want to get the texture seen in the above pictures - you want to be able to see small chunks of carrots, walnuts, etc. Do not over-process!
3. Press cake down into a cake pan or square baking dish. Alternatively, you can shape the raw carrot cake mixture into a "cake" shape on a plate using your hands.
4. Place all icing ingredients into a high-speed blender and blend until smooth.
5. Ice cake.
6. Refrigerate this raw carrot cake recipe for at least two hours. The cake and the icing will both harden up a bit in the fridge.
The Rawtarian's Thoughts
This raw carrot cake recipe strangely mimics the texture of cooked carrot cake - without the need for dehydrating. Just throw the ingredients in the food processor, form into a cake shape, ice with your preferred icing and pop into the fridge.
Depending on how you'd like to use your cake, you can press the cake mixture down into a cake pan, or you can mold it into a cake shape on a plate using your hands.
This recipe keeps surprisingly well - for 4 days or so. You can make this in advance and it holds its shape and does not get soggy (provided that you did not overprocess the cake).
This raw carrot cake recipe should always be kept in the fridge.
No dehydrator required for this recipe! (However, if you want a dehydrated raw carrot cake recipe for some reason, I do have a completely different dehydrated raw carrot cake recipe right here.)
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