The expired, hand-me-down cake mix can stay in the back of the cupboard for another year.
We’re tired of the bland and basic options for our dessert. Life isn’t about asking for chocolate or vanilla anymore, but now you can add a little more fun to the celebration by making some interesting produce-inclusive cakes.
While these cakes may sound rather unappetizing, they all offer a complex flavour and texture balance that will easily make them the new family favourites. After all, carrot cake is made with root vegetables and many of us love that!
If you give them a try or have tried these recipes in the past, let us know your opinions on them. Also, if you made alterations to the recipes we’d love to know how you made it unique to you!
Parsnip cake is a great option for times when you want something impressive and delicious. It’s a spice cake that isn’t overly sweet, and can often taste very similar to carrot cake.
Plus, now when Auntie Cathy asks for the recipe, you can tell her what your actual special ingredient is and see her look of surprise.
Recipe and photo can be found at Katiebird Cakes!
‘Tomato soup cake’ became a fast favourite during the 1920s and a century later, we’re giving a nod to it again.
Recipe and photo can be found at Stetted.
Them: “This gorgeous, rich, dark chocolate cake just can’t be beat!”
You: “Thanks. But it is beet.”
This decadent cake is great for a date night. Take it to the next level by adding fresh organic strawberries and a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Recipe and photo can be found at Food Network
That jar of sauerkraut has been at the back of your fridge for a while now, and it’s time to use it up.
Even the pickiest of eaters will enjoy the deliciousness of this odd sounding cake!
Recipe and photo can be found at Food.
Spinach Vanilla Cake
Try this dessert as a fun addition to your St. Patrick's Day celebrations, holiday parties, or your kid’s Hulk- themed birthday!
Recipe and photo can be found at Veggie Desserts.