Dark chocolate beet bundt cake.
Today's tweak is based off the recipe I got here. This is how I choose all my online recipes. Type stuff in the search engine, and pick the highest rated recipe, then tweak them to fit into whatever need/cooking goodie phase that I'm in at that time. As always, recipe will be in black with my scribblings posted in red.
I absolutely love grapeseed oil right now. I use it everywhere and I've noticed the results to be very near to butter, but much better for you. It works as famously here, as it has in every previous baking recipe I've tried. This cake was FAB last night (if a little dry because I overcooked it just a touch, take it out 3 minutes before you think you should, if you want more of a dense brownie type consistently) and was great this morning with my coffee. I'll totally make this again, and can see trying carrots in here too. The beets melt into the cake, and I'd bet finely shredded and then pureed carrots would be good too. Also maybe you can whip up some banana's and use that in place of the sugar and eggs? And I'm dying to try coconut flour, so maybe here is a good place, maybe even rice flour for a more brownie like result? All sorts of ways to keep making this so you can experiment. Healthy chocolate cake? Yes, please!!