Vegan Carrot Cake
Vegan carrot cake topped with lemon icing and crunchy walnuts.
What's in the mix?
Grated carrots, soya milk, walnuts, sultanas and cinnamon make a deliciously moist vegan sponge. Complimented with creamy vegan buttercream made from vegan butter and a dash of natural lemon flavouring. Crunched walnuts on top.
Carrots and walnuts are a match made in heaven!
On the top of our indulgent vegan carrot cake you will find delicious creamy and delicate lemon buttercream and a splattering of crushed walnut pieces.
How do I look?
We are super proud of our Vegan Carrot Cake - It's perfectly spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg and loaded with wholesome ingredients, then topped with delicate lemon icing and sprinkled with walnuts for added crunch. It's moist and flavourful, undetectably vegan and most of all yum! Enjoy.
STORAGE - Please store me in an air-tight container in a cosy spot - I don't like being kept in the fridge. Can be frozen for up to 6 months.
|Product||Serves||Pack Weight||Cake Diameter||Cake Depth||Ambient Shelf Life|
|Vegan Carrot for 8||8||1kg||17.00cm||6.00cm||7 days|
|Vegan Carrot for 16||16||1.75kg||24.00cm||6.00cm||7 days|
Have you tried?
Sugar, self raising flour (wheat flour, raising agents (sodium bicarbonate, mono calcium phosphate), calcium carbonate, iron, niacin, thiamin), carrot, rapeseed oil, soya milk (water, soya beans, acidity regulators (dipotassium phosphate, monopotassium phosphate), calcium (calcium carbonate), flavourings, sea salt, stabiliser (gellan gum), vitamins (riboflavin (B2), B12, D2)), walnuts, sultanas, margarine (palm oil, rapeseed oil, water, salt, natural flavouring), cinnamon, baking powder, raising agent (wheat) diphosphates, sodium bicarbonate), lemon juice from concentrate (preservative: potassium metabisulphite), nutmeg, natural vanilla flavouring, xanthan gum, starch, salt, lemon flavouring.
ALLERGENS IN BOLD. Made in a bakery which handles gluten, eggs, nuts, milk, soya & sulphites.
All of our cakes are baked in the same kitchen and although we do all we can to minimise the risk of cross-contamination we cannot 100% guarantee this.