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Baked Sweet Potato Cake

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A quick, simple, and easy recipe that results in a deliciously moist cake. Perfect as a tea time treat or after meal dessert, this cake is filled with all the sweetness and flavour found in sweet potatoes.

This recipe uses the Blend-X Pro – BLP900BK.

Ingredients

350 gram orange sweet potato (peeled and cut into chunks)

100 gram coconut milk

50 gram sugar

60 gram butter

10 gram tapioca starch

40 gram green pea starch

1 tbsp self-rising flour

1 egg

Method

1. Blend the sweet potato until smooth, then strain to separate pulp and juice. Keep 150 g pulp and 180 g juice.

2. Preheat oven to 180ºC.

3. Place the juice, pulp, coconut milk, water, butter, egg, starches and salt into a blender, blend until combined.

4. Prepare a 6×6 inch baking pan with removable base, line with parchment paper.

5. Pour in the blended sweet potato mixture and immediately place in oven to bake for 40 minutes or until cooked.

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