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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 (304)
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Made this many times and the family love it. Tried something new the other day. I only use half the sugar and I swapped the flour for almond meal. {made in thermomix}. I also added 1 tspn of gluten free baking powder.

Came out really yum. Will cut the butter down a bit when using nuts next time.

 

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This cake is really really easy and simple to make however so crumbly when cut... I feel its best eaten on the day its made as it gets so dry after that. It defiantly needs an icing or syrup to moisten it. 

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Added a dash of Cointreau to the cake for a bit of extra kick, and served it with a hot Chocolate and Coconut sauce. A great recipe - quick and simple to whip up, with plenty of room for a personal touch.

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My kids and parents loved this cake. It was so easy! Thank you. 

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LOVED this cake, so easy... on the advice of my friend, I added 2 tablespoons of Poppy seeds... Hubby is not a huge fan of cakes... he loved this one... will be a favourite

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Lovely moist cake! I too reduced the sugar to 150g. 

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Phenomenal! Easy, healthy & delicious - ticks all the boxes! I also reduced the sugar down to 150 - very good.I iced it with:  * 100g white sugar (milled 10 sec, spd 10 to make icing sugar) * 90g cream cheese* 45g butter* splash of orange juice [to taste][all ingredients mixed 20 sec, spd 6]

Looks too good not to try, thanks for sharing

I followed some of the previous comments and reduced butter to 180g, reduced sugar to 150g and removed the white pith from the orange. I also made muffins instead of cakes. Cooked in 15 minutes and they came out perfect! Very light and tasty my whole family has enjoyed them, yum  Smile

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Very quick and easy, enjoyed by everyone!

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So easy and tasty.  This is a great quick and easy recipe to make.  Turned out so moist and high.  I iced it with simple orange icing and it didn't last long.  Will definitely be making this again.  Yum!! Smile

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Yum

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So so easy and tasty. 

this is so easy! Ive done muffins and a whole cake and both were perfect. Great for whn you dont have much time or imagination lol! Awesome for lunches as it keeps well and is great with a little cream cheese icing with orange juice in it :) 

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Yum, lovely cake.  I made it into cupcakes, which made 16.  Then iced with buttercream from the EDC. Very nice, thank you.

So easy and Yummy thank-you

I made this as muffins/small cakes and used 150g butter and 140g sugar, baked in muffin pan for 15 mins. i did as others suggested, peeled the orange with veg peeler, removed the pith and used the orange segments. The result was a lovely fluffy, full of flavour cake. 

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Wow how quick and easy is this recipe , love it A+++

I have made this every week, must give it a go.5 stars 

Amazing I used raw sugar!

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I made this to serve the family last night for dessert. I used 180g of sugar and 150g of butter. I served with a dollop of whipped cream and grated chocolate over the cream. It was a big hit in our househould Smile

Absolutely delicious cake and so simple to make. Well done Smile

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Great cake.  No fuss, no muss.  All I did after reading some comments was to remove the top and bottom of the orange.  and reduced a bit of the sugar.  I meant to make it 150g but went with 185g instead.  

Geraldine Lee
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What a great cake! Used 150g of sugar. So quick and easy. It was a big hit with the family.  

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Perfect with the whole orange.  I also made a syrup with marmalade, sugar and a little water and poured it over after the cake had been sitting for 10 minutes.  Just something I wanted to try.  A friend halved the sugar in the cake and said she'd use about 150 g next time.  I used everything as the recipe said.

 

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So easy and so delicious

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Made it with 1/2 the sugar, was a mistake, needs more than100g sugar. Was a very dense cake, probably won't make it again.

Wow! I'm telling myself it's ok to eat because it's got fruit in it!?!  This is a definite winner taste wise and ease wise.  Now in my 'favourtie' recipe folder....yep....hard copy!!

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Sooooo Quick........soooo delicious. My style of cooking.

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My go to cake recipe for guests/social gatherings......

Made this yesterday. Fast and easy.  Tastes so yumm!  Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe! 

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Gave this ago today ,it was yummy ,thank you for sharing  Big smile

So simple and really yum! Wasn't sure how it would turn out as batter was very thick but was lgit and moist. Winner for the whole family!  Love

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WOW, pretty impressed with this simple recipe!

Will be making this again! Thanks for sharing!

I added dark chocolate dots for a more decadent cake Love

As a new owner of a thermomix currently on day 5 I've just made this recipe today couldn't have been easier it's very moist and light tastes great only used half the sugar which I found to be more than enough unfortunately I didn't use any rind or pith just the orange itself no bitter taste but not enough orange taste for me so will adjust next time thanks for the recipe :) 

We're caravanning at present.  I microwaved this on med hi for 6.5 minutes.. Very nice.  Time will vary depends on wattage of your microwave.

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Really nice cake. I used less sugar (rapadura), less butter and all wholemeal flour and made various sized muffins and all turned out great. Thank you

Yummy and easy

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Moist & delicious. A wonderful cake. 

I'm new at the thermomix, I put in 1 whole orange BUT I peeled about half of the rind off so it didn't taste too bitter, and 150g of sugar. Mine cooked in 40 minutes. Just a great recipe many thanks.

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Yummo! Did as mini muffins, 18 minutes cooking time. Would halve the butter next time and might add poppy seeds. Thanks 

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Great result, thank you for the recipe.  My cooking time was only 45 minutes.

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Great recipe, made little muffins fo school snack and the whole family enjoyed them.

Loved this cake, but was quite shocked at the amount of butter and sugar used - can i reduce this amount, and if so, does it still taste so good? 

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Very easy cake with good results. I used 2 limes ( 170g ) and the inside of 3 mandarins ( 90g ) 180 g butter and 190 g sugar. I agree with others that no matter which citrus you use you will get the bitterness of the pith as the citrus is raw. Next time I will still use the rind with a peeler but then I will attempt to remove the white pith. I will also use a slightly bigger cake pan. 

I made this again using 250 orange segments ( no pith) and the rind of the whole orange. Only 170 g sugar. I also put sugar in and stirred for 4 sec before adding the flour and eggs. Baked in a 22 cm tin for 40 minutes. Much better as no bitterness and really delicious.  Smile

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This was incredible and so easy!! Nice with a lemon flavoured frosting. 

OMG This recipe is amazing and so easy!

My kids that dont eat oranges absolutely love it.

Thank you What's Cookin'

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Absolute winner! I teamed this recipe with mini muffin tins and cooked for about 20 minutes. Then iced with chocolate cream cheese frosting! Whala! Jaffa mini muffins!! 

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I made this yesterday and it was delicious.  Won't be the last time.

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Beautiful cake I only put 180gm butter and 150 raw sugar.. i had a huge orange.. Everyone loved it! None left.. will be making another tomorrow.. But in cup cakes.. I don't think it needs icing.. I'm going to try and put some chai seeds in some! 

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