Carrot Cake Recipe🥕

This recipe is by Odlums. Today I used a 9” Square tin. This carrot cake can be baked in a square or round tin and the ingredients are listed below.

ingredients

Square Tin18cm/7”23cm/9”
Round Tin15cm/6”20cm/8”25cm/10”
Odlums Self Raising Flour225g/8oz350g/12oz450g/1lb
Shamrock Light Muscovado Sugar150g/5oz200g/7oz275g/100oz
Shamrock Sultanas125g/4oz175g/6oz225g/8oz
Grated Carrot150g/5oz200g/7oz275g/100oz
Grated Orange Rind122
Eggs356
Sunflower Oil175ml/6 fl oz200ml/7 fl oz350ml/12 fl oz
Goodall’s Cinnamon12 tsp1 tsp1 tsp
Goodall’s Nutmeg14 tsp12 tsp12 tsp
Odlums Bread SodaPinch12 tsp12 tsp
Baking Time (approx)1hr1 14– 112 hrs112– 134 hrs
Topping
Cream Cheese225g275g275g
Icing Sugar375g/12oz425g/14oz425g/14oz
Goodall’s Vanilla Extract1 tsp112 tsp112 tsp
To Decorate
Shamrock Chopped Walnuts60g80g80g

method

  • Line deep cake tin with double layer of baking parchment paper. Preheat oven to 150°C.
  • Put sugar, sultanas, carrots and orange rind into a bowl.
  • Beat eggs and oil together and stir into the carrot mixture.
  • Sieve flour, cinnamon, nutmeg and bread soda together and add to the other ingredients.
  • Transfer to prepared tin and smooth top.
  • Bake for specified time (112 hours).
  • Test the cake by lightly pressing the centre, it should spring back and the top should be golden brown. To be extra sure, insert a skewer or knife and if it comes out clean, the cake is baked. Leave in tin for 15 minutes, then transfer to wire tray to cool.
  • Make the topping by beating all the ingredients together. Always ensure cake is cold before spreading on top of cake and sprinkling with chopped walnuts.

Fam feedback:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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