National Carrot Cake Day -- it’s a rabbit’s favorite holiday, but let’s get one thing straight: carrot cake tastes nothing like rabbit food. Carrots are the second sweetest vegetable behind sweet beets, and they add flavor and texture to otherwise forgettable recipes. In fact, in Medieval times, carrots were used to sweeten cakes and desserts because sweeteners like sugar were difficult to procure and expensive when they were actually available.
Whole Wheat Carrot Cake Pancakes - Cake you're actually allowed to eat for breakfast -- because it's healthy, delicious and most importantly, satisfying. Which means you won't need real cake until lunch time.
Carrot Cake Scones - The secret behind these perfect scones? Ice cold butter!
Carrot Cake Juice - All the deliciousness of carrot cake in a convenient, healthy juice.
Carrot Cake Ice Cream - Hands down the tastiest dairy product -- ice cream -- gets an infusion of carrot cake ingredients in this to-die-for recipe.
Carrot Cake Fudge - Tastes just like carrot cake, but in creamy, cravable fudge form.
Carrot Cream Cheese Coffee Cake - If cream cheese on top is good, cream cheese in the middle must be better.
Bakery Style Carrot Cake Muffins with Cream Cheese Glaze - Toasted walnuts, Greek yogurt and just the right amount of the spice will have anyone believing these muffins were compliments of the local bakery.
Carrot Cake Cookies - The best thing about carrot cake cookies? No shredding of carrots required!
Instant Carrot Cake Oatmeal - Fast, delicious and entirely healthy. Always use real milk!
The Best Carrot Cake Ever - Vegetables have never tasted so good. And one slice definitely won't be enough.