Thought this recipe may appeal to some of you :)
Healthy Carrot Cake Ive not made this but its come highly recommended
200ml natural yoghurt
1 orange, juice & zest
250g spelt flour
2tsp baking powder
½ tsp bicarbonate of soda
5tbsp agave nectar
1 large or 2 small carrrots grated
3tsp mixed spice
A handful of dried fruits to your liking (sultanas/raisins/cranberries)
A handful of nuts or seeds to your liking (almonds/linseeds/sunflower seeds)
Whisk the egg, yoghurt, juice & zest of orange
Mix together the flour, baking power, bicarb of soda
Add the spice, fruit, nuts/seeds, carrot & agave nectar to the flour mix
Pour the wet mixture over the dry mixture & fold (do not stir or whisk) until just combined
Divide into muffin cases or muffin tin, silicone cases recommended so they dont stick
Top with a pink of nuts & seeds
Bake at 180 degrees C/gas 4 for 15/20 minutes or until a skewer in the centre come out clean
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