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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 (495)
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So easy!! I added sultanas...a dash of milk....a drip of vanilla bean paste and reduced sugar to 100g. My cooking time was around 40 mins on 180 degrees. Thank you for all the great suggestion/tips....worked a treat!

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Great, simple recipe. I used 3 small mandarins instead of an orange, reduced the sugar to 130g and added a bit of vanilla extract and a dash of almond milk (the batter looked a bit dry). I made muffins which took 20-25 mins to cook. Next time I'll add poppyseeds and I might try reducing the butter a bit too, 225g is a lot!

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Very nice.  Followed all the great tips.... Did not last long.

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Great quick recipe.

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This cake gets a big tick from our family! so quick and so yum!

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Lovely Cake. I added only half the sugar and mixed for 20sec abd then scraped the sides and mixed for another 20sec. It is light and a great texture. I think I would add poppyseeds next time. So easy, will be making again

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I change nothing and make it as 12 muffins, cook for 25 mins

I make these as muffins wirh 1/2 sugar, vanilla essence & a lil milk & sprinkle poppy seeds on the top before baking  - yum

I'm a newby to the thermomix world, and thought this recipe might be a good one to try. It was sooo yummy! I made it in a long loaf tin and iced it with passionfruit icing. Everyone loved it and ill definitely be making it again. Thanks for a great recipe.

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Love love love love this recipe. I make muffins and add a 200g pkt of choc chips and turn them into jaffa muffins, they are the best

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Yum!  So quick.  So simple.  Moist and delicious.  I went with the half sugar option and added some lemon cream cheese frosting from this recipe http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/desserts-sweets-recipes/cream-cheese-frosting/158728.

Total winner.  Thanks for the recipe.

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OMG!!! This is the most amazing recipe! So moist and delicious! Thanks for the share

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Surprisingly light ! Quick and easy! It is a definate keeper in our house!

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Delicious and easy cake. I cut off the rind & add 1.5 oranges instead. 

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Added the vanilla and reduced the sugar as mentioned in other comments and added poppy seeds.  It was a hit with the family, I will make it again.

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Many useful comments so thanks everyone! Choc chips and splash of milk were a lovely touch. 

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My go to recipe for a quick delicious cake

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Love this cake, so easy and so yummy

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Gorgeous cake!! This became a family favorite after the first bite! we used 140 grams of sugar, 30 mls milk & a splash of vanilla essence as suggested. Yummy flavour & texture. We iced with a cream cheese frosting & light sprinkling of coconut. Thanks for a cracking cake recipe, it's a ripper! 

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Whole orange cake: nice and easy to make.

I use 130 g sugar and add 30 ml milk. On occasion I have added choc chips on reverse blades,with great success.

TIP

The texture is a bit dense, so I make castor sugar, then add all ingredients separately to beat in more air.

The cake freezes well, and becomes moist when kept for a day or two before eating (very tempting to eat it all in one go!)

 

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Lovely Recipe! Used 150g Sugar, 30g Milk & a dash of Vanilla Extraxt

 

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So god dam easy

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Cake was a little more dense than what I was expecting - I thi k I was expecting something light and fluffy. I reduced the sugar also and added the 30g of milk. 

It is very yummy though! I took it into my work and my work mates loved it!

I also added a juice out of another orange, mixed with some sugar for a little syrup for the top!

 

 

Is this suitable to freeze?

 

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Loved this recipe.  I only used 150gm of sugar & 30g milk & a dash of vanilla essence.  I also baked it for 40 mins at 180 fan forced.  Very light and fluffy.  Will definitely be making again.

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Made this cake this morning, used blood oranges as they are in season using an extra half of an orange I also added two tablespoons of milk, only 150g sugar and also added 1 teaspoon of vanilla. Cake turned out so delicious! Saving it to my favourites! 

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Wow. Delicious. I made it to the recipe but next time I want to have a go at an almond meal version

So easy and delicious!

This has to the easiest cake to make, and the first time that I've ever had a whole orange cake.  Full of flavour and I didn't even put icing on it!

I didn't have a ringform tin so lined the cake tin with baking paper.  Cooked in 55 minutes.

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Love this recipe, I added the milk & vanilla extract as suggested, I also halved the sugar. It was delicious & moist, a huge hit at the office

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Followed the recipe exactly, have now read the comments & yes it definantly need a bit more moisture. wish i had read them first. it has a lovely taste, but quite dry when compared to my other cakes. we dont use icing at all any more but i feel i will need to add it on to this one.. 

Will definantly have another crack at this with the variations next time.

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Absolutely yummy. I only used 150g sugar plus two tablespoons milk. Turned out light and fluffy. 

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I made these into muffins last night, and added some choc chips in at the end - absolutely delicious!They freeze really well too - going to be a regular in the lunch boxes!

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easy an d yummy i half the sugar great recipe Smile

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Yum yum! After reading the comments I only used 110g raw suagr, and added a dash of milk, vanilla bean paste and chia s eeds. I also poured into a muffin tray and topped with cream cheese icing. Amazing!

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i added poppy seeds and vanilla extract.. Easy and delicious

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I reduced the sugar to 150g as per recommendations but next time will drop it down to 100g! My cake only took 25-30mins to bake at 180 degrees (fan forced). A super easy, fast, yummy cake to make! 

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This is so easy and so yummy. Now I can challenge my 'cake mix' friend to a speed bake off. I know which one will taste better Smile

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Made theM into muffins.  Used 200g butter, 150g sugar, dash milk and 10g chia seeds. Yum!  

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so easy and Yummo!

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Sooooo yum and super easy. Such a great recipe. 

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Made this tonight. Quick and easy recipe. Delicious. 

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Lovely cake. My 9 year old just made this by herself for us for morning tea. So easy and yummy!

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Gorgeous orange cake.  Take note that for the 2nd mixing, to do it in Reverse - leaves a lovely moist pound cake texture with little fragments of orange  I also added a dash of organic Orange essential oil.  

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My go-to cake recipe whenever I need a cake in a hurry. Never fails to impress. I sometimes ice with lemon icing.

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I made this with gluten free flour and actually cut the rind off my orange first and took off a lot of the pith. It was perfect, any more bitter and it wouldn't of been so  nice so i'm glad I read the comments first. The cake was still lovely and moist several days later. Will make again and again. I also reduced the sugar to around 150g  and added the juice of half an orange for that extra bit of moisture becaue of using the gf flour!

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Lovely and easy recipe. I've made it a could of times now.  I tend to blitz the orange up a bit more than the method and I cut away the bottom of the orange skin if it's really thick.  I also reduce the sugar to 130grams and it's absolutely fine.  Thank you for sharing.

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Baked a dairy free version using 160g coconut oil rather than butter, reduced sugar to 150g and added 2T extra orange juice, removed about half pith from my thick skinned tangelo, added some cardamon, vanilla essence and chia seeds based on other comments. Delicious, moist and a lovely crunchy edge - definite winner! 

I made it today! So easy and so nice! Thank you for sharing!

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I have made this a few times now and it never fails to impress.  I use nuttlex instead of butter and I reduced the sugar to 150g and it it delicious.

 

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Yummy! I reduced butter to 209g, 175g sugar, dash of milk and 10g poppy seeds. This made delicious muffins 

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