One of the first things I learned to cook from my mom was chocolate soufflé, which to this day remains one of my favorite desserts. Perfecting a soufflé can be quite a feat, yet my Mom had tricks to avoid disaster which made her a superwoman in my eyes.
Through the years I have tried many different variations of this dish. This is an easy recipe that has a soft and fluffy texture that you will not mess up! A surprisingly fast dish to make that is part carrot cake, part soufflé.
carrots, cooked & mashed
granulated sugar (substitute with coconut sugar, date sugar, or maple syrup)
In This Recipe
Preheat the oven to 350°F and grease one large baking dish, or you can put them in individual dishes to make a nice presentation.
Mix all ingredients in a bowl with a mixer. It can be prepared earlier and put in the fridge until ready to bake.
Bake 40-50 minutes, until knife comes clean. You can eat this hot or cold. They are even delicious reheat- ed the next day.