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Carrot & Walnut Bakes



40 portion(s)


  • 1 carrot, roughly chopped
  • 40 g walnuts, (plus extra for decorating)
  • 60 g Butter, chopped
  • 60 g Coconut sugar, (or brown sugar)
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Bean Paste
  • 170 g plain flour

Recipe's preparation

  1. Preheat oven to 180 deg. (fan-forced) and line two baking trays with baking paper

  2. Add carrot to TM bowl and chop for 3 secs / sp 6.  Set aside.

  3. Add walnuts to TM bowl and turbo for 1 sec twice.  Set aside with carrots.

  4. Add butter and sugar to TM bowl and mix for 20 secs /sp 4.  Add vanilla, flour and reserved carrot/walnut mixture and mix 20 secs / sp 4.

  5. Roll teaspoonfuls of mixture into balls and place a few centimetres apart on baking trays.  Press a walnut half into the top of each biscuit, gently flattening slightly at the same time.  Bake for 15 minutes or until lightly browned.  


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These would make a nice treat for kids and a great way to sneak some extra veggies in!  I have called them 'bakes' as they are halfway between a cookie and cake.

I used coconut sugar as it is a low-GI sugar alternative, helping fuel busy bodies for longer.  For a dairy-free alternative, try replacing the butter with coconut oil.  Substituting plain flour for wholemeal would also be a great choice.


NOTE:  This recipe is not suitable for kids/adults with nut sensitivities/allergies.

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  • Would this work with pecans?

    Submitted by Nate's Mum on 19. March 2016 - 19:06.

    Would this work with pecans?

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  • Very easy and tasty. Fairly

    Submitted by Kate Thurgood on 3. March 2015 - 15:18.

    Very easy and tasty. Fairly healthy treat for kids too. I also cooked a little longer then recommended.

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  • Thanks for the feedback!  I

    Submitted by mummaduck on 26. May 2014 - 18:48.

    Thanks for the feedback!  I agree....for me, I like a slighlty crunchier biscuit, but for the little fella...I made them slightly softer tmrc_emoticons.-)


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  • Very nice and tasty biscuit. 

    Submitted by CAG69 on 26. May 2014 - 16:34.

    Very nice and tasty biscuit.  Perfect of the lunch box.  I put the back in the oven for an extra few minutes as I found them a little doughy in the middle after 15 minutes.  Will definately be making again.

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