So the nasty flu virus that has been going around since Christmas attacked this household last weekend and is not giving up the fight easily.
I had great plans for cooking and baking this week, but with the fever raging making the carrot cake didn't happen instead I was thankful for the yogurt and bananas to eat when I had the energy for it.
But I made the cake during the holidays as well, so I got a picture of it from the Christmas album, sort of.
But I will share with you the carrot cake recipe. It is a twist on the banana bread recipe I shared with you before in November, and I have fallen in love with it because it is tasty, delicious, moist, and easy to make without any kitchen machinery. I make an icing for it with a mix of cream cheese and Mascarpone and a little bit of powdered sugar. The end result - fantastic! I hope you enjoy it and I truly hope y'all are doing better than this household right now :D
I'm a chef and a pastry chef, and I love food. Preparing a meal for someone is a show of love; for your craft, for the ingredients, and for the ones eating.
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