Adding vegetables won’t make cake healthy, but will provide new flavors 

Adding vegetables to cake recipes could be the next big bakery trend, according to Ingredients Network. It would appeal to consumers who are trying to eat more healthfully and introduce new flavors to those craving novel culinary experiences.

  • While many shoppers are already familiar with carrot cake, there are a variety of other vegetables that are suitable for baking. Beets, zucchini, parsnips, pumpkin and sweet potato can deliver a sweet flavor, while helping keep cakes moist.
  • International grocery chains are already incorporating veggies into cake batter. Canada’s Loblaw’s sells a chocolate zucchini rustic cake under an in-store brand, and Asda in the UK offers a carrot, zucchini and orange loaf cake.

Source: Adding vegetables won’t make cake healthy, but will provide new flavors | Food Dive

Adding vegetables to your baking applications to add flavour may technically sound good, but in some cases, baking will volatilize all the flavour compounds. To remedy this, use Novotaste vegetable flavours to compensate for the loss.