Moist orange cake recipe

December 21st, 2016 Posted by Blog, Recipe 5 comments

For a lot of people, the Christmas pudding is part of the ritual of Christmas, the smell of it boiling away can take us right back to childhood. There is something so evocative of Christmas about the smell of citrus, so with this in mind, Rebecca created this gorgeous SIBO- friendly moist orange cake from the  SIBO Chrismas eCookbook.

While the oranges are boiling your house will truly smell of Christmas, and once it’s turned out of its Bundt tin and decorated you will have a stunning centrepiece for Christmas Day. It’s wonderfully simple but will truly look the part on this most special of occasions. We also think it would make a fantastic birthday cake too!

Thanks to our lovely friends at Organic Angels for supplying the scrumptious organic produce featured in this recipe.  Click here to find out more about how they could deliver beautiful organic produce to your door.

SIBO friendly moist orange cake

Moist orange cake

Serves 22

Classification: Semi-restricted, gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian

Ingredients

Cake

4 whole oranges, washed

12 eggs

1 cup honey

500g/18 oz almond meal

2 tsp baking powder

Coconut oil for greasing

Orange Decoration

3 whole oranges, thinly sliced

1 cup water

½ cup honey

1 vanilla bean, split

Method

Place four oranges in a large pot, cover with water and bring to the boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 2 hours. Keep an eye on the water level and top up as necessary. Drain, cool to room temperature, then puree the whole oranges in a  blender or food processor until smooth.

Pre-heat the oven to 160C/320F. Grease a 27cm/11-inch bundt cake pan with coconut oil.

Beat the eggs and honey in a large bowl until well combined. Stir in the orange puree, followed by the almond meal and baking powder. Pour the batter into a prepared pan. Bake in the oven for 1 hour or until golden and skewer inserted comes out clean. Cool in the tin for 15 minutes then flip out onto a wire rack to cool completely.

Thinly slice three oranges with a knife or a mandolin. Place slices in a large saucepan with the water, honey and vanilla bean. Bring to the boil, then reduce the heat and cook until the rinds have softened. Remove orange slices with a slotted spoon, reserving the syrup. Bring the syrup to a boil and cook until thickened.

When ready to serve, place the cake on a large platter. Top with the orange slices and drizzle the syrup. Serve to the waiting crowd!

Note: If you can’t tolerate almond meal, you can substitute it with another nut meal.  Macadamia nut meal would work just as well.

Moist Orange Cake Recipe
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5 comments

Ursula says:

I am so excited to make the Orange Drizzle cake for christmas !!
This is the perfect option for a gluten free Dessert/Pudding .
Thankyou for yet again another mouth watering recipe.

Michelle Parker says:

This looks delicious, but as im fructose intolerant could i substitute the honey for rice malt syrup or maple syrup?

Rebecca Coomes says:

Yes of course. You can use any liquid sweetener that you can tolerate.

Christine says:

Do you always use almond flour? I would like to get the Christmas cookbook but am allergic to nuts/treenuts

Rebecca Coomes says:

Hi Christine, you could use another flour that you can tolerate if you can’t tolerate almond meal. It will change the consistency and you may need to alter the moisture content, but that would be how you could get around the almonds.

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