Veggie Cake

The other day I had some vegetables in my fridge but didn’t know what to do so I decided to do an experiment that resulted in, what I called, a veggie “cake”.

veggie cake

This is a really simple, quick and easy recipe that you can adjust to your taste.


  • Vegetables of your choice
  • Garlic and onion
  • Garlic powder
  • Olive oil
  • Salt and pepper
  • Oregano
  • 2 cups of wholemeal or any kind of flour you like (you have to adjust this to the size of cake you want)
  • Vegan cheese (optional)


In a frying pan, add a little olive oil, the garlic, and onion and let it cook until golden. Then add the vegetables that you have chosen, mix well and let them cook. In this recipe, I used spinach, carrot and zucchini, but if you add red peppers, I think it would taste even better (unfortunately I didn’t had any). But you can choose any vegetables you want. Add a little salt and pepper and then let it rest for a while.

In a bowl combine the wholemeal or flour of your choice oregano, salt, garlic powder and blend well. Add some water until the dough is similar to the mass of a cake before going to the oven (not too liquid). Then add the vegetables already cooked. Mix everything very well, put on a pyrex (do not forget to pass olive oil in the pyrex so the cake does not stick) and put it in the oven for about 20 minutes. When it is already solidifying you can put vegan and oregano cheese on top. This is optional.

Have a nice meal!

2 thoughts on “Veggie Cake”

  1. Afterward, tell me how it went! 🙂 You can do it with any vegetables of your choice! It’s great when you have some veggies in the fridge and don’t know what to do with them! :)I don’t know much about keto but I guess that instead of garlic and onion you could try some spices. 🙂 Hope you like it!


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