For the Sweet Tooth . . .

Carrot Soy Cake
1. In a large bowl, sift together: 2. Puree in a blender the following: 3. Combine the sifted ingred. with the pureed ingred. and add: 4. Mix well,until all is moistened. Divide batter in half and pour into 2 small loaf pans, that have been sprayed with Pam and dusted with flour.

5. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes or until center tests done. When you see a faint crevice appear in the middle it is done. Remove from oven, cool for 10 minutes and wait till completely cooled before you cut and serve. (This can be topped with your favorite cream cheese Frosting)

Nutrient Values:
(Serving size-1/16 slice of Soy-Carrot Cake)

Julia Elliott, author speaker of Soy has written 2 books on the subject - (including one with great recipes that you already prepare everyday. Take a look). We caught up with Julia right after her appearance on AOL's popular Live Chat, Evenings with Eva. And we thank her for sharing what she promises is "one of my favorite recipies" with MT WEB CENTRAL.

© Julia Elliott, 1997
From her book: "With A Little Help From The Soybean".

If you have a great recipe, quick to make, tasty, a recipe which can guide us in a healthy nutritional direction, hey, why not share it? In the "Subject," enter "BREAKING BREAD." Thanks.

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