Moist Snack Cake (vegan, Sugarless, Eggless) Recipe

Moist Snack Cake (vegan, Sugarless, Eggless) Recipe

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Ingredients & Directions


3 tb Butter; (can be replaced
-w/applesauce or soy yogurt)
1 c (or more if needed to
-moisten) soy or rice milk
3/4 A grated carrot
3/4 A banana
1 Grated apple; (peel
-optional)
20 dr Stevia; (an herb used for
-sweetening, can buy in
-healthfood stores! works
-great in cooking! ok for
-diabetics!)
1 c Unbleached flour
1 c Whole wheat flour
1 tb Baking powder
3/4 A tsp of cinnamon; cloves,
-nutmeg
1 tb Vanilla
Add anything else you like;
-nuts, raisins, pumpkin
-seeds, etc

This cake is not very sweet, but it’s really good and satisifying.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

In a small mixing bowl, mash banana. Mix in butter (or it’s noted subsitute
above), grated carrot and apple, spices, soy milk, stevia, and vanilla.

In a big mixing bowl, combine the flours, baking powder, and sift if
possible to get some air into it since their are no eggs to make it rise up
(no big deal, tho).

Mix the wet ingredients into the dry and fold it in. If it’s too dry, add
more soy milk, and too wet add more flour, but just remember not to mix it
very much, just fold and don’t fold much.

Take a square baking pan and line it with parchement paper so there’s no
mess and the cake lifts right out. (If you don’t have parchment paper – you
don’t know what your missing in life!!!! – you can just use pam or butter
the pan. Spread the batter across the bottom, it won’t be very high, but
that’s the trick of making it cook evenly and without having a snack cake
that’s gummy in the middle when you’re not using eggs.

Cook for 20-25 minutes. Cut and enjoy this moist cake with some tea and
friends.


Yields
1 servings



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