Best Carrot Bundt Cake with Creamcheese Filling
This carrot bundt cake recipe has a cheesecake filling, and cream cheese frosting that might make it the best dessert recipe ever. This lovely dessert recipe looks as good as it tastes, and is the perfect addition to potlucks or parties. On the Shugary Sweets site, you will also find a carrot cake recipe that is a family favorite, but the cake recipe doesn't contain any nuts which this recipe does, and it takes it to a whole new level. Another thing that takes this cake recipe up another level is the ribbon of cheesecake. This cake recipe is topped off with some homemade cream cheese frosting, and this becomes the cake of your dreams. The ingredients needed for the cake recipe include sugar, oil, eggs, all-purpose flour, baking soda, baking powder, cinnamon, shredded carrots and chopped pecans. For the full step by step instructions for this carrot bundt cake recipe, you'll want to take a look at the Shugary Sweets site.
The addition of carrots in this cake recipe is a good way to benefit from this healthy vegetable. Carrots are a vitamin-rich root vegetable that is good to consume on a regular basis. You can find carrots available in a variety of colors besides orange, to include yellow, red and purple carrots. Carrots are a vegetable that can be enjoyed raw or cooked or in a variety of cake recipes, food ideas, juices and smoothie recipes. This nutritious vegetable provides a variety of health benefits. One benefit of consuming carrots is the Vitamin A in carrots. One medium carrot contains about 204 percent of your daily recommended value of vitamin A, which is an important vitamin that is found in both animal and plant-based foods. In plant-based foods, vitamin A is produced by your body from the nutritional compound beta-carotene. This important vitamin, which is also known as retinol, is responsible for maintaining the health of your eyes. Vitamin A helps your eyes to retain their ability to adjust to changes in light and also maintains the necessary moisture and mucus levels of your eyes. Carrots also contain the vitamins K and C. Carrots are a good source of both vitamins K, and vitamin C. Vitamin K helps to maintain your blood's ability to clot. Vitamin K also contributes to bone strength and your kidney health. One medium carrot contains about eight mcg of vitamin K. In one medium carrot, there is six percent of your daily recommended value of vitamin C, which is associated with a healthy immune system and strong gums and teeth. Vitamin C can help your body to absorb iron from plant foods and can also help combat free radicals.
Pecans are another healthy addition to this carrot bundt cake recipe. Pecans are good for cardiovascular health. This is because pecans are rich in fiber which is something that may help boost the health of your heart by reducing the risk of coronary heart disease and a food that may also help prevent some forms of cancer. Pecans also contain monounsaturated fats such as oleic acid along with phenolic antioxidants that are good for your heart and may help to prevent coronary artery disease and strokes. Pecans have anti-inflammatory benefits. Pecans are food that is rich in magnesium which is known for its anti-inflammatory benefits. Studies have shown that an increase in magnesium intake can help to reduce the inflammatory indicators in the body. Pecans may also help to reduce inflammation in the arterial walls, which may also help reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease, cardiovascular disease, and other inflammatory ailments.
You will find this carrot bundt cake recipe on the Shugary Sweets site. On the site, you will find cake recipes, dessert recipes, soup and stew recipes, pies and tarts recipes, main dish recipes, snack recipes and more. **
Ingredients: Granulated sugar, canola oil, eggs, all-purpose flour, baking soda, baking powder, cinnamon, carrots, chopped Pecans, cream cheese, vanilla extract, powdered sugar.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 14 servings.* Per Serving: Calories 589, Calories from Fat 303, Total Fat 33.7g 52%, Saturated Fat 7.9g 39%, Cholesterol 93mg 31%, Sodium 201mg 8%, Potassium 207mg 6% Carbohydrates 68.5g 23%, Dietary Fiber 2.2g 9%, Sugars 51.7g, Protein 7.3g, Vitamin A 61%, Vitamin C 2%, Calcium 7%, Iron 10%
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