Carrot Cake Squares
These Carrot Cake Squares are perfect individual sizes with added walnuts and adorned with decoratively piped cream cheese frosting. A sheet pan carrot cake is cut into squares and frosted.
Delicious individual desserts, perfect for Easter, or anytime really. These tasty bites ensure everyone gets their own, no sharing allowed.
Carrot cake, a favorite of so many and what once was a labor of love before the invention of the shredding blade for food processors. Housewives everywhere who loved to making this cake found themselves getting a good arm workout hand grating carrots and thankfully, we don’t have to hand grate anymore.
One of the main reasons I like making carrot cake in individual serving squares is, they’re easy to store and they’re already portioned. Easy access for when you get a snack attack, or grab one on-the-go for breakfast (I may have done this).
When you make carrot cake, it is almost mandatory that it is topped with cream cheese frosting. In typical fashion, I like to get fancy and pipe the frosting and added cute little sugar carrots for decoration.
This recipe is customized by request for my husband. He always asks me to add walnuts because thats how his mother made it and his wish is my culinary command. You can omit them if you are not a fan or use any nuts you prefer.
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