Our very best Carroty Cake can be made anytime at home. Our new packaging makes TWO loaves or round cakes, perfect for a layered carrot cake, or, make one a time and save the rest of the mix for another time. We love to bake and freeze this cake for the best dessert to have on hand anytime guests pop in!
Check out our very favourite cream cheese frosting in the recipe section below. A winner every time!
Make 24 muffins/cupcakes
2 x 8-9 inch round cakes
This product is out of stock.
Product is not available in this quantity.
Free CAN or US shipping over $100 CAD
Unbleached flour made of hard red spring wheat from Quebec (Niacin, reduced Iron, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Folate), sugar, sodium bicarbonate, cinnamon, salt. Contains Wheat. May contain nuts.
You Will Need
2 eggs ½ cup of vegetable oil
3 medium carrots (130g), peeled and finely grated
½ a tsp vanilla extract
Best Cream Cheese Frosting
113 grams butter (1 stick), Room temperature
170 grams cream cheese (3/4 cup), Room temperature
454 grams icing sugar (about 3 ½ cups)
1 tsp best vanilla extract
Place all ingredients in a stand mixer and beat well until thick, smooth and creamy. Add more powdered sugar for a more stiff frosting.
To create a glaze:
Add milk 2 tbsp at a time until the frosting thins and is pourable. For a thick glaze, as we have in the photos, the glaze should be thick like honey and it will take a few minutes to drop down the sides. For a thinner glaze look for a thin yoghurt consistency. Pour the glaze over a completely cooled cake set on a rack over a baking sheet. Add crushed walnuts immediately if desired. Let dry slightly before serving and enjoy!
Chef Jo Notkin grew up surrounded by good food and it created lasting memories for her. Sharing food, being together to cherishing the little flavourful moments is what it’s all about. We hope you love and share what you create and make your own memories for years to come.
The carrot cake mix was incredibly delicious. I added some pineapple and a few raisins. Really lovely!
Just add carrots!
This mix makes a fabulous carrot cake with no fuss, just add carrots as the main ingredient, pour the batter into a loaf pan, bake, and voila - a satisfying carrot cake that makes for a satisfying dessert. There’s even no need for frosting but if you love frosting, by all means, go ahead!
Turn these into small muffins for the kids. Super easy to make and kids love them.
Crispy Cinnamon Doughnut Pancake Mix
I’ve rarely come across such perfect pancakes. Extraordinarily addictive.