"This is a recipe a manager of a cafeteria gave me. Sprinkle confectioners' sugar on top for presentation." — Judith Nees
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1 1/2 cups
1 1/2 teaspoons
My family loves this recipe!! The second time I made it, instead of mashing, I grated the carrots, then steamed them in a little bit of water, drained the water then added the other ingredients and baked as directed.
This recipe was okay. I don't think that I boiled the carrots for long enough because they didn't mash smooth enough. I'd recommend cutting the carrots into very small pieces before boiling them. The boiling takes a long time (I think I boiled them for at least 45 minutes).
I grew up on Carrot Pudding. I have to tell you, it is REALLY good. We never ate it for dessert, though. It is one of the staples of our Holiday Dinners as a vegitable dish. I have now brought it to my husbands family, and they love it.
This is SOOOOO yummy! Don't let the carrots fool you. It tatse more like sweet potatoes. REALLY REALLY good! Even my two year old loves this. It can almost be a dessert.I sometimes get this at Picadilly cafeteria. Thanks for the recipe!
This is good. Cut the sugar to
A little more baking powder;cover it with almonds and cinnamon.Cut the sugar topping.
Yum, tasty! Warning, though, this is NOT 12 servings. It was so good, 4 of us finished off the whole thing.
I make this as a sweet side dish (kugel for shabbat). I reduced the sugar to 3/4 cup - and it is still sweet! I like the brite orange collor it has and that there is a low amount of flour in it - making it into a dense pudding and not more cake-like.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 17
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