Sunday, December 2, 2007
Carrot Cake for Peabody Housewarming Party
So... I'm not a very comenting person you know... so Peabody probably don't know me, but.. when I so in her blog (that i visit often) that she was giving a party to celebrate her new home i just had to "go". It was so simple... just to make a dish and take it to the party...
I got thinking on what to do... So... i decided for something that was conforting, after all that's all someone can ask in a new home, i've been eating this cake for my intere life, my mom has always baked it and i always loved.... Carrot Cake, just that, simple, delicius and reconforting... all that can be asked to fell in a new house.... to be warm and cozzy... so that we can call it a home....
It's not something fanncy but comes from the heart, with all the best wishes for your new home...
That your home be filled with love and warm, i'm sure that your new kitchen will give us only great things...
Ohhh... made two variations... one with the basic chocolate frosting and a mini, a cupcake with cream cheese frosting... i honestly prefer the chocolate one, not because is chocolate but because it reminds me of when a was young... ok... i'm not an old person i know - i'm only 19 - but when i was relly young...
Mom's Carrot Cake
4 large carrots
4 large eggs
2 cups sugar
2 cups flour
1 coffe cup canola oil
1 table spoon baking powder
Preheat the oven in 350 F.
Chop the carrots in small pieces. In a blender beet the carrots, the eggs and the canola oil until its creamy.
In a bolw sift the flour sugar and baking powder and add the carrots, eggs and oil. Mix carrfully until there is no lumps.
Bake in a greased and floured cake pan for about 30 mim or until golden on top and dry in the midle.
1 tablespoon unsalted butter
1 tablespoon coccoa powder
1 teaspoon sugar
1 tablespoon milk (used non fat)
Put it all in a pan and mix until it boils, turn off imediatlly and use whit the cake still hot.