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Orange Cake

  • 26 Jun 2012 10:43 PM
    Message # 983786
    Deleted user

    1 good sized orange

    6oz dextrose

    7oz butter

    3 eggs

    7oz self raising flour

    1tspn baking powder

    Cut orange into pieces (leaving skin on).  Put orange and dextrose into a food processor and whizz together (I leave the processor going while I prepare the rest).  Cut butter into chunks and add to the orange and dextrose in the processor, add eggs to this mix also, 1 at a time.  Once this is all mixed together remove the mixture into a large bowl and add the flour and baking powder, mix till combined.

    Pour mixture into a greased ring tin and bake at 150c for 35mins.

    Leave in tin for 15mins before removing.

    Ice with orange dextrose icing.

    Icing

    1 cup dextrose

    2 tspn butter

    Orange rind and juice (to taste)

    Boiling water

    Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix, adding only enough boiling water to make the icing spreadable.


    This recipe makes a really moist cake, enjoy!

  • 13 Aug 2012 8:51 PM
    Reply # 1046286 on 983786
    Anonymous
    OMG this cake is so good! Thank you for the recipe. My husband has made it twice and we always intend to make it through the week, but it never gets that far as everyone in the house wants a piece... even though they are not eating Fructose Free!

  • 14 Aug 2012 3:31 AM
    Reply # 1046561 on 983786
    Deleted user
    That is great, it is my favorite cake so was soooooo pleased when it turned out as good as it did using dextrose.
  • 15 Aug 2012 11:43 AM
    Reply # 1047764 on 983786
    Deleted user
    I made this cake. I didn't bother with the icing and it is a yummy, moist cake.
  • 17 Aug 2012 2:24 AM
    Reply # 1049516 on 983786
    Anonymous

    Loved the cake it was deliciously moist and a huge hit with everyone both on and off Fructose :) Found the icing a bit sickly sweet though will leave it off next time and maybe just sprinkle with a little coconut.

    Thanks for the great recipe! :)

  • 18 Aug 2012 10:18 PM
    Reply # 1050621 on 983786
    Deleted user
    Thanks for this recipe as it's so easy and yummy! It has become a household favourite!
  • 16 Sep 2012 8:42 AM
    Reply # 1073908 on 983786
    Deleted user
    Hi there,

    I don't have a normal mixer, just a blender which I use for soups. Do you think this would work to mix this cake?

    Cheers

    Beryl
  • 26 Dec 2012 8:39 PM
    Reply # 1167077 on 983786
    Anonymous
    I made this instead of a Christmas cake but added chopped walnuts and just put slight icing on it.  It was delicious.
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