Cassava Cake

This is our attempt at Cassava Cake, based on the Radical Chef’s Cassava PuddingPosted by Hello Ok. Here’s one of our Culinary experiments. Our modified kasava cake was a success. Not so bad actually. It might be a little bit sweet for some people though. So you can try it. We’re thinking about cutting the macapuno balls and half a cup of the brown sugar. But it’s pretty good. So here’s the recipe for: Kasava Cake


3 c.(or 2lbs.) frozen, grated kasava or manioc root

1c. shredded frozen fresh young coconut

1 12 oz. jar of Macapuno Balls

1/3c. evaporated milk

1 14 oz. can unsweetened coconut milk

1/3c. whole milk

1/4tsp. salt

1/2c. white sugar

3 eggs

1c. light brown sugar

1tbsp. melted butter

Mix everything together, and bake in a buttered 9 X 13 inch pan for 2 hours at 325 degrees.

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3 comments on “Cassava Cake
  1. JMom says:

    Hi Evs, I’m glad you tried it 🙂

  2. eva says:

    Thanks so much it was so good …I did not put sugar on it anymore but i double the macapuno since my companion are weight conscious its perfect.

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