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Waffled Carrot Cake

Is this for breakfast? For brunch?  Or is it a dessert? The answer is, all of them! Because we can enjoy a waffle anytime..... Right? So, dust off that waffle maker and put it to the test by taking a traditional carrot cake recipe and creating a waffled version. Yes, that's what I said, now you can too enjoy cake wrapped up in a waffle.  Plus, This recipe keeps all the same basic ingredients and even directions to a beloved carrot cake. However this time it's quicker than any oven can compete with and is more portable than ever. It's that nostalgic delicious flavour and texture we want to keep and this recipe definitely delivers.It has a soft,moist cake-like texture along with a creamy cream cheese frosting.The aromatic spices and carrot create an excellent flavour and sweetness to the overall waffle.You just cannot go wrong with a a carrot cake waffle. Also, while many of us are staying at home to stay healthy. This is definitely an excellent time to learn ne
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