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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 (323)
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the cake was nice but personally i think the outside of the cake becomes a bit crusty and has a bit to much butter but the citrus taste is nice that over rides the other negatives

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Amazing! Crunchy on the outside sooo moist on the inside

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My kids love this made into Orange and poppyseed muffins

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Super simple ingredients and super easy to make - it takes longer to grease and line the pan than it does to wizz up the cake. Have made this a few times now and it always turns out great!

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OMGoodness!!!!!!! Out. Of. This. World!!!!!!

Yep big thumbs up here 

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Amazing again! Love this recipe. So tasty and moist and easy!

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Lovely and so simple - perfect thanks!

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YUM! So easy and tasty. The bottom and sides were a little crunchy, which I wasn't expecting, but great for a fast treat. Very moist on the inside.

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Tastes brilliant, but make sure you grease the tin well - mine got stuck and as it is quite crumbly it ruined presentation. I also reduced sugar, but feel that it would be good with half the amount - but I guess its to inds taste. thanks for great, easy recipe.

 

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Quick and so so easy! 

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Can't believe a cake made in two simple steps can be so good - but it is! I did cut down the amount of butter and sugar, as per some of the other reviews and the result is a lovely moist, flavoursome, versatile cake. Thanks for the recipe :)784

 

Fantastic recipe, thank you!  My variation was 185g butter, 100g sugar, 50g maple syrup and chia seeds. So easy and so delicious!  

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Perfect. Whipped it up for the first time when a friend called and said she was popping around for a visit. I added poppy seeds and I also halved the sugar. Next time I will try it as muffins as I think it will become a regular in this house. My 2 year old loved it!

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I make this into muffins with poppy seeds for the kids lunches... They love them!

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yummy cake and so easy. i also used onky the flesh and peel and reduced butter to 150g

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Simple & really devine. I made this to take to work for a collegues birthday, and everyone really loved it. I didnt change the recipe, just made a cream cheese icing with a splash of orange liqueur & finished it with some grated chocolate. 

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Flavour was good however the texture wasn't right. Not sure what I did wrong. 

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Great recipe ! I've made this a couple times. I put lemon frosting on it. Everyone loved it. Also with the orange, I use rind and flesh only - leaving the pith out.. haven't tried it with the pith but i read comments before i made it suggesting the pith can make it bitter. Next time i'll try it with the pith though to see if it is any different.

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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.  

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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

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