Inside-out Carrot Cakes

  • booclarendon Posted: 10/02/10
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    These are incredible! Love them! I took somone else's idea and used muffin top tins. I double the recipe and added 1/2 cup of chopped walnuts and filled the batter to the top of each tin. Once they were cooled completely I cut them in half with a bread knife. It was easy spreading the cream cheese filling after that. They came out super moist. I baked it @ 350 for 12-14 minutes. doubling the recipe still only made 11 cakes because of the size of the tin. So good!

  • momshome Posted: 10/30/09
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    So good, what's not to like? One small change, used flaked coconut instead of shredded as it incorporated better AND...I purchased muffin top pans 2 years ago, much easier than suggested method & use for many things. Found at Bed, Bath & Beyond & used their coupons. I have 2 pans & just spray with Pam for baking or other baking spray. Simple! Cuts baking time WAY down so watch carefully!

  • native210 Posted: 10/29/09
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    These are called Whoopie Pies everywhere else, and they are delicious!

  • nwalker Posted: 06/18/09
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    I have made these cookies numerous times, they are FABULOUS!! I have changed the recipe a little towards my liking...more cinnamon, orange zest, orange juice, more coconut, walnuts, a little extra vanilla...they are easy and definitely a crowd pleaser!!!

  • COkate Posted: 01/19/11
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    My boyfriend and family loved these! They are the perfect amount of cake and a great way to change up the taditional carrot cake. They do spread so using a muffin top pan is the best way to bake them in my opinion. Will be making these over a over again!

  • BeckyUtt Posted: 06/10/10
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    Made these to take camping and they didn't make it to the second day's lunch even though I tripled the recipe. I used unsweetened shredded coconut but chopped it more finely in the food processor. I was thrilled to find a recipe that didn't include nuts since my granddaughter is severely allergic to nuts but I like the "crunch" that nuts give.

  • cacola63 Posted: 11/04/11
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    I would love to try making these, but what can I substitute the cream cheese with? I can't tolerate dairy...any suggestions?

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