Merry Christmas – Carrot Cake Recipe

Good morning, everyone.

I’m sending best wishes to you and your family. I hope today is a peaceful one, where you’ll have those you love the most with you, you’ll be warm and have food on your plate. While I hope you get what you want, I hope more you get what you need.

On my Diane McGyver blog, I posted a recipe for carrot cake. If you have an excess of carrots and like this cake, check it out here: Recipe Carrot Cake.

While I’ll be writing, I’m off the Internet for the next two days. It’s my break where I indulge in movies I’ve missed over the years. I’ve already reserved a few.

Take care of yourself, and the rest will take care of itself.

7 thoughts on “Merry Christmas – Carrot Cake Recipe

  1. Thanks for the carrot cake recipe, Diane. I love carrot cake.
    My husband and I are alone today. We did see our daughter, son-in-law and kids this lunchtime via Zoom, but due to lockdown we can’t see them in the flesh. We had our son here yesterday, though. So it’s been a quiet and rather odd Christmas.

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    • You’re welcome, V. M. I didn’t know I loved carrot cake until about 2013 when I found myself at a buffet meal with nothing I liked served. I was hungry and still had many hours at the convention without getting access to other food. So I took a piece of cake to try. I ate three in total. That was my lunch.

      Due to bowel disorders running in my family, I eat a bland diet. I won’t try foreign foods because my body may not like it. I once ate lasagna not made by me, and whatever the cook put in it didn’t agree with me. For two days, I felt like writing my obituary. While others would have tried things at this buffet, the memory of feeling like death for two days prevented me from doing so.

      All my kids still live with me, so it was a typical Christmas here. I live in the country, so it’s business as usual. Cows still need to be milked, feed needs to be bought, horses needed to be hayed and snow needs to be shovelled.

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