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Because it is made with BEETROOT.

Also, no fat or eggs and very little sugar. It's quite dense, but very soft and moist so I'm calling 'win' on this one.
20th Jan 2012, 09:11   | tags:

Kostika says:

Sounds like a win to me.

20th Jan 2012, 09:35

mat says:

I have a friend who can't eat fat right now (gallstones, ouch!), so I've been trying out various recipes which don't involve any. It's quite a challenge but it can be done.

Also beetroot/chocolate cake is rather delicious and I've been meaning to make one for a while.

20th Jan 2012, 09:38

Gael NLI says:

Recipe please?

20th Jan 2012, 10:13

mat says:

eatmychart is my recipe blog, btw. updated occasionally. @flow_food on twitter.

20th Jan 2012, 10:34

Jane Doe says:

Thank you

20th Jan 2012, 11:36

Viv says:

interesting

20th Jan 2012, 12:40

Viv says:

love the flow chart - so easy

20th Jan 2012, 12:41

mat says:

Glad you like them. I'm trying to strip out as much as I can to keep the recipes as simple as possible, while still being useful.

Obviously some knowledge is assumed, but most cookbooks have far too much information in. The recipes I adapted that cake from ran to a couple of pages each on my laptop. All I need is ingredients and process.

If I ever make enough to be worth it, I'll do a book. :)

20th Jan 2012, 13:55

FilbertFox says:

BaggieBoy makes a mean beetroot brownie. We must try this we still have some homegrown beets left.

20th Jan 2012, 15:28

Wendle says:

Beetroot cake sounds amazing, but i think could be improved by adding one more ingredient: sweetcorn! :D

21st Jan 2012, 09:28

mat says:

How about a crispy sweetcorn caramel frosting?

21st Jan 2012, 09:43

Wendle says:

That'll do :)

21st Jan 2012, 10:14

beth nli says:

defo gonna try this

21st Jan 2012, 15:12

OJ says:

Thanks. Like the recipe.

One question. Eating apple or cooking apple. And (oops a second question) do you really boil the apple? Really?

9th Feb 2012, 10:51

mat says:

Whatever kind of apple you have to hand, or fancy. I think I used a Cox. Cook it, yes - only gently so it purees easily. You don't have to, but I did.

9th Feb 2012, 11:45

Helen says:

As it turns out, this cake is like parkin and improves with age!

10th Feb 2012, 19:57