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No Waste muffins 30 Second Whole Orange Cake

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created: 2013/11/22 changed: 2013/11/22
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Ingredients

Portions12 portion(s)
Cake batter

  • 1 whole orange cut into quarters
  • 250 grams butter (whole block), (original recipe uses 225g of butter but I can't bare to have a small knob left over in the fridge so use it all)
  • 3 eggs
  • 200g sugar
  • 330g Self Raising Flour, (original recipe uses 300g but I added extra to compensate for extra butter)
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40m
Preparation 5m
Baking/Cooking 35m
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Difficultyeasy
Appropriate for Thermomix ®-Beginners
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Recipe is created for
 
 Thermomix ® TM 31

Recipe's Preparation

No Waste Muffins | 30 Second Orange Cake

Preheat oven to 180C. Add muffins papers to a muffin tray. (makes 12 large muffins). Original recipe uses a 20cm cake tin - our family manages the portions better as muffins.

2.  Place orange and butter into mixing bowl and mix 7 sec/speed 8. My family likes a smoother orange cake (less chunks) so I scrape down the bowl sides and mix for another 15 sec/speed 8.

3.  Add remaining ingredients and combine 20 sec/counter-clockwise operation/speed 4.  (Option: I chose to mix it longer in regular direction for 30 secs/speed 8 (or more if you prefer) to give a lighter consistency. You can push the spatula into the lid to assist the mixing process if necessary).

4.  Spoon large dollops into muffin cases and bake for 35-40 minutes or until skewer comes out clean.  Feel free to lick the bowl!



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Recipe's preparation

No Waste Muffins | 30 Second Orange Cake

Preheat oven to 180C. Add muffins papers to a muffin tray. (makes 12 large muffins). Original recipe uses a 20cm cake tin - our family manages the portions better as muffins.

2.  Place orange and butter into mixing bowl and mix 7 sec/speed 8. My family likes a smoother orange cake (less chunks) so I scrape down the bowl sides and mix for another 15 sec/speed 8.

3.  Add remaining ingredients and combine 20 sec/counter-clockwise operation/speed 4.  (Option: I chose to mix it longer in regular direction for 30 secs/speed 8 (or more if you prefer) to give a lighter consistency. You can push the spatula into the lid to assist the mixing process if necessary).

4.  Spoon large dollops into muffin cases and bake for 35-40 minutes or until skewer comes out clean.  Feel free to lick the bowl!



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Tip

I changed this recipe because I don't like small ingredient leftovers (ie 225g butter vs 250g block of butter) and our family manages muffin portions better than a whole cake.

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Tip

I changed this recipe because I don't like small ingredient leftovers (ie 225g butter vs 250g block of butter) and our family manages muffin portions better than a whole cake.

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COMMENTS (26)
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Great recipe. Kids love it. Will be a family staple. Thanks so much!

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Love this recipe.

I cut the sugar to 150g,  swapped 1/2 the flour for almond meal & added extra baking powder.

Really delicious

Made this last minute before work this morning, as cupcakes. it was soooo good. I've already been ordered to make it again by my son. Looks like we'll have more orange cake on the weekend.

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OMG these are amazing!!! Like some others I only added 170g of sugar and a tablespoon of poppy seeds and made 12 muffins.They are the lightest,fluffiest muffins I've EVER made and my boys loved them,such a huge hit!! Thankyou for sharing.I'm only a new Thermomix Owner so love easy recipies:) if there were 10 stars I would give 10;)

Happy cooking:)

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Used 2 small oranges, and going by the note in original recipe, only 1/2 the sugar. Was a mistake, needed more than 100g sugar. Was a very dense cake. Probably won't make it again.

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super easy and light and fluffy! i followed the optional step to make them fluffier, yum!!

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Loved

Muffin cases - good idea

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Beautiful, moist and light. Perfect as is, and lovely with 125g dark choc chips folded through at the end. Twenty cupcakes/small muffins. Thank you!

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Delicious and soooo easy! Not a negative thing to say Smile

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Beautiful and moist, I made this with a whole lemon and it was delicious. I got 6 big muffins and 12 cupcakes out of it, love how it goes a long way. 

I love cream cheese frosting. Thanks. I'll try that on my next batch. 

Chris Gentle stir setting

Awesome! An idea for an extra health boost. Love it! I wonder if the texture would be ok to chop the carrot in thermy first and then put in the cake. Don't like the idea of exerting myself by using a grater.

Chris Gentle stir setting

Ooohh Jaffa! What a clever idea. Thanks for the tip. 

Chris Gentle stir setting

They're great in the freezer too!

Chris Gentle stir setting

Hi New Thermo Lady. I'm a lazy cook who always uses raw sugar. So I just throw in raw sugar out of the packet. Works fine. Good luck.

Chris Gentle stir setting

I just wanted to check which sugar you mean? Is it raw sugar or castor sugar? Or do I whizz up the raw sugar to make finer sugar? Thanks :-) 

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A simple, quick snack for the family...somewhat healthy too. :) 

I spooned my mixture into 24 patty cake cases and baked for 15-20mins at 175 degrees - Make sure you keep an eye on them though...They burn easily! 

Janette

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Janette

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How easy and so yummy! I made 6 huge muffins and 24 mini muffins. Such an easy recipe, I've made the whole batch after dinner for lunchboxes tomorrow. Yummy

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Super Easy, light & fluffy!! I made them into cupcakes & the kids adored them in their lunch boxes, didn't even need to ice them as they were so moist! I'm not a huge orange fan but the flavour was lovely, thank you:)

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Super Easy, light & fluffy!! I made them into cupcakes & the kids adored them in their lunch boxes, didn't even need to ice them as they were so moist! I'm not a huge orange fan but the flavour was lovely, thank you:)

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Perfect!  Added cocoa to second half so half muffins orange and other half jaffa - yummo...

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Cooking

 

kids lunchbox box snack done!

 

 

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Love this recipe and thought it was very easy. Next time I'll add poppyseed and maybe a grated carrot!

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I love this recipe! I don't like waste either so it suits me. I also prefer muffins to a whole cake so win win for me! On top of that this is a sensational tasting recipe. Delicious. Thanks. 

i have iced these with vanilla creamcheese frosting. OMG! YUM!

I might just add I don't recommend you to double this recipe. TMX does not cope well with it.

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Loved this recipe. So easy, quick and super yummy. Great for three hungry boys!! They scored it a 5 out of 5!!