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30 Second Whole Orange Cake

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created: 2012/06/20 changed: 2013/02/01
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Ingredients

  • 1 whole orange cut into quarters
  • 225g butter
  • 3 eggs
  • 200g sugar
  • 300g Self Raising Flour
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Recipe is created for
 
 Thermomix TM 31

Recipe's Preparation

Preheat oven to 180C. Grease and line 20cm springform cake tin.

2.  Place orange and butter into mixing bowl and mix 7 sec/speed 8.

3.  Add remaining ingredients and combine 20 sec/counter-clockwise operation/speed 4.

4.  Pour into 20cm round cake tin and bake for 50-60 minutes.



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Recipe's preparation

Preheat oven to 180C. Grease and line 20cm springform cake tin.

2.  Place orange and butter into mixing bowl and mix 7 sec/speed 8.

3.  Add remaining ingredients and combine 20 sec/counter-clockwise operation/speed 4.

4.  Pour into 20cm round cake tin and bake for 50-60 minutes.



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Tip

Can be made with half the quantity of sugar.

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Tip

Can be made with half the quantity of sugar.

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COMMENTS (252)

So quick and easy. Tasted great served warm with ice cream

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Beautiful, moist, flavorsome cake! 

I love this cake:)   I add a little bit of milk and poppy seeds & reduce the sugar to 100gms

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Thnk you for this excellent recipe....I've made this cake soooo many times with both Oranges and Lemons....Simply divine all roundIts great warm with marmalade & cream (as a pudding for dessert)Dusted with Icing sugar...With or without poppyseedsTopped with Lemon Cream cheese Icing...Endless Yummy!   Thanks  Love

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Omg fantastic!

I made this as per the recipe, except that I forgot to do reverse when I mixed it.  The texture turned out beautifully but it did have a bitter taste.  Next time I might try removing the pith, but I'll definitely make it again.

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I've now made this cake several times and the last time i added in an extra 1/2 of an orange  and it wasn't as dry. quick and easy cake to make Smile

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The most delicious cake ever...so light and moist!  I was worried that it would turn out dry, as the batter was very thick, but it was amazing! Thanks so much for posting  Smile

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Fantastic easy recipe. so yummy. Followed recipe exactly the first time and it turned out great. Second time I halved the sugar, used lemonade fruit and lime with 1 tblsp poppy seeds. still turned out well.

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It's nice. Not entirely sure I'm keen on the bitterness, but it was still nice

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Made this cake had it in the oven before brekky, a little treat for miss 3 who loved it and is not normally a cake fan. Nice and moist and we used lemon icing for it which worked well! We used coconut sugar, 180 grams which was perfect 

 

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Delicious...and unbelievably quick!!!!!

 

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Fabulous quick and easy recipe. Didn't change a thing, left the amount of butter and sugar as per the recipe. Used a small orange which I removed the pith from but everything else went in! Very good recipe to have handy if you get unexpected visitors or you just simply feel like cake! Will definitely make again. Smile

just made this with half the sugar and GF flour turned out great.

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My 14 year old son chose this recipe & whipped it up for us- thanks it was great!!

Thermomix Consultant - Mixing it up:-)

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Nice orange cake. Next time I would add an orange syrup over the top to make it even better. 

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Love this recipe as did the kids. Super quick and easy. I made with spelt flour and rapadura sugar

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What a great and simple recipe. I made these into cupcakes for my twins birthday party and they were a great success. Will add some poppy seeds next time when I make them for myself.

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Wasnt sure what this cake would be like, but it was surprisingly light and fluffy without being dry! THe mixture seemed quite thick when i put it into the tin, but turned out perfectly! Even my husband, who doesnt like orange as a general rule liked it!

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This cake was lovely. I ran out of butter, so used part rice bran oil. Still worked perfectly. 

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So quick. Great for if you don't have anything sweet in the house. I will try with the almond meAl next time.

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Kids love this cake and its super easy, I change it up by adding poppy seeds and making muffins!!! 

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Tastes great & easy to make. I always try to follow the recipe 1st time around, but will try less sugar & butter next time. Cheers

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Too easy !

I also added pulp of a passionfruit  and made in Kugelhopf tin - only took 45 mins to bake -  perfect for a wet Saturday afternoon tea cake!

Submitted by Jackydale on 14. May 2014 - 22:26.

 
 
 
Made this tonight orange peel and all. Yum! Read the reviews and did half almond meal half s/r flour and dropped the butter to 180gms. Turned out great Smile

 


thanks for that tip - I did exactly as you did and OMG amazing !!! Big smile


 

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quick and easy recipe, love that it doesn't use too many ingredients. I made them into cupcakes.

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Such a quick easy recipe, thanks! Was perfect for a last minute dessert. I added an orange drizzle and dusted icing sugar, worked a treat and looked good too

Love this recipie! Going into my keepers. My husband loved the Flavour! Smile

Was an easy and good recipie especially for a new thermomixer like me :) 

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Made this on the weekend using mandarins and raw sugar. Also, used a kugelhopf silicone cake form. Very easy and very nice.

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This recipe is amazing, very similar to a Lemon Cake Recipe I have and Super easy! GREAT for anyone who has too many oranges growing on their tree and it's a hit with nearly everyone!

THANKS SO MUCH for Sharing! Smile

 

Ashley Van Niekerk - Thermomix Representative Mildura VIC 3500

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Very nice and super easy

Hi just wondering, could this go into cupcakes too or does it need to be a whole cake?

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great cake, so easy, i only use 180g butter and 150g sugar and it still turns out awesome Smile

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So so easy.....the cake is in the oven right now and smells delish

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I loved how easy this cake is, but I personally think that the results of this cake are too bitter with the taste of the pith, next time I think I will juice half of the orange and only put in the other half whole or I will just add the zest of the whole orange and the whole flesh without any pith

Made it today easy waiting for it to be baked

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Beautiful cake - loved by husband and both children!! Smile will be making again  Wink

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Yum! I made this yesterday with 250g of mandarins (de-pipped). Ever so slight bitterness from the rinds but overall a lovely cake with a fantastic colour. Will definitely make it again soon. Thanks!

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this cake is so easy and delicious. I add milk or yoghurt to make it more moist.

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Oh my, this cake is delicious! Sooo easy, moist and yummy. Definately will make again. Thank You!

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Delicious flavour.

The cake looked exactly like the photo and was crumbly as well.  The mixture was too solid, I would add milk next time to make it more a runnier mixture.  Too solid and not as moist as I would like.  Added half the sugar but in all quite a delicious cake.  Added 2 tsp poppy seeds as well. Would definitely make again with changed ingredients.

We love this cake!!  The family always fights over who gets to take leftovers home. Never any left for the cook. 

 

Love, love, love this recipe! used a whole orange, rind & all, I halved the sugar and used 200g of margarine made in thermie, & rest butter made in thermi, Cooked for 55 mins in loaf tin. Texture is amazing!!!This will be my favourite cake especially if I have to take a plate. Thanks for sharing Cooking

Next time I might try it with Lemon instead of orange

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Love this recipe! I also halved the sugar and decreased the butter but added 1/2 a cup of mini choc chips at step 3. Put into mini muffin trays, cooked for 13 mins and it made 30. Perfect for lunchbox snacks for the kids

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Have made this cake a few times now and it is my go to recipe when I need to whip something up quickly to take to work for sharing.  I stay true to recipe and I bake in a fancy bunt type silicone bakeware and just dust with icing sugar.   Looks impressive and always a hit.   Thank you for the recipe  Smile

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Made this tonight orange peel and all. Yum! Read the reviews and did half almond meal half s/r flour and dropped the butter to 180gms. Turned out great Smile

Deeeeeeeelishhh!!! Smile

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So simple and delicious! a friend brought this over for morning tea last week and I had to try it!

Samdobbyn, if the orange is thick skinned, I remove the pith, only using the zest and the flesh.  It is the pith that makes it bitter.  Thin skinned oranges are ok to use whole.  Hope this helps.

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Texture was amazing, but mine came out bitter. So disappointed , must've been the orange Sad so 5 stars for the recipe but only 2 stars for my cake. Any suggestions?..

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