Carrot, Yogurt Cakes & Mother Nature

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Carrot, Yogurt Cakes – Tortine alle Carote & Yogurt

Music: Mother Nature’s Son, The Beatles. These small, spongy cakes are all about autumnal nature – they smell like cosy, rainy afternoons and taste like childhood memories. So simple and true: Mother Nature’s gift.

Ingredients:

220 gr grated carrots

150 gr sugar

150 gr yogurt

200 gr flour

25 gr almond flour

3 tsp baking powder

1 pinch of salt

Mix the flours with the baking powder, the sugar and the salt. Add the grated carrots, and then the yogurt. Mix well and pour the mixture into muffin cups. Bake at 180° C until lightly golden (about 30 minutes).

About thecookandtheguitarist

We're Gaia and Andrea and this is the place where we have fun pairing food with music. Gaia - The Cook - is a trained pastry chef and owns a candy shop in the centre of Florence, Italy. Andrea - The Guitarist - is a professional musician, teaches guitar and is a Beatles fanatic.
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7 Responses to Carrot, Yogurt Cakes & Mother Nature

  1. believe me, if u taste a bit of it you won’t put it down;)
    alice

  2. cupcake says:

    oh my! that looks great! I will have to try out some of your recipes, that’s too bad for my weight!

  3. kirsty says:

    oh wow thanks for sharing xx

  4. Emma says:

    I’m a huge fan of carrot cake – never have I heard of Carrot Yogurt cakes…..I will definitely have to give them a whirl…cheers for sharing

  5. Symposion says:

    sono una meraglia queste tortine alla mela altro che quelle del m….. b….
    questo sì che è un dolce!

  6. Symposion says:

    errata corrige: mela leggasi carota

  7. @symposion: sono daccordissimo con te sul m… b…

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