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Vegan Fig Carrot Cake

Thrive Market’sVegan Fig Carrot Cake recipe.

If you’re riding the alternative flour train, get on board with cassava! This grain-free, Paleo-friendly starch is made from the large, tapered cassava root (it looks a lot like a sweet potato), and can often be used as a 1:1 sub in your favorite recipes. We whipped up a vegan cake filled with spices like nutmeg and cloves, then spread an irresistible, cashew-based frosting on top. And here’s a tip: The nuts need to soak overnight, so build that into your baking time!

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