Best Vegan and Gluten-free Carrot Cake


Best vegan and gluten-free carrot cake coming at ya hot! It’s a premium vegan cake mix that gives a sweet, moist and flavourful carrot cake. Served with a cashew cream cheese frosting it’s a crowd pleasing recipe for vegan and non-vegan alike.

The Best Vegan and Gluten-free Carrot Cake

I’m really happy to be sharing this blog post with you because this recipe is most definitely the best vegan and gluten-free carrot cake recipe I’ve made. It’s moist, sweet and decadent. With the perfect consistency of spongy and dense. The batter combines gluten-free flour mix with almond flour, which gives the cake a more dense and nutty taste.

I’ve baked this cake in my budnt pan for an impressive looking carrot cake. It’s always a crowd pleaser at gatherings because they’re so impressive and grand. And honestly, it’s no further effort than baking in a regular tin. A wonderful Easter hosting trick if you’re having your loved ones over and you want to wow them.

What I also love about baking this cake in a bundt pan is that the texture is more consistent throughout the cake. Since there is a big whole in the middle of the bundt pan –  the cake cooks evenly on the inside and out. Unlike a normal cake pan where the inside often takes much longer to cook.

Baking in a bundt pan especially comes in handy for carrot cake mixtures as they  are generally more wet and yields longer baking time. The bundt pan allows the heat to get right into the middle of cake and cook faster from the outside in.



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