The use of oranges in cakes is gaining popularity with great recipes such as chocolate orange cake, almond orange cake and flourless orange cake.
This recipe uses fine matzo meal to make a light and moist sponge cake that is perfect for Passover or any time. It has egg yolks, potato flour and orange juice.
The grated rind of one orange gives this cake its flavour. It can be iced with your favourite icing, or a mix of orange juice, butter and icing sugar.
A beautiful moist light orange cake and gluten free as long as you've got the right baking powder. Super easy to make and people love it! Serve in wedges with a mound of whipped cream or ice cream.
This is a very moist and rich cake. You will love it!
A basic sponge cake recipe that uses orange zest and orange juice to add a different note. You can serve it on its own or ice it or make trifle.
This is an easy to make recipe, and it tastes great. A simple cake made from scratch, and flavoured with honey and orange.
This moist gluten-free orange cake has been a favourite of my family for years. I like to fill the centre opening with chocolate dipped strawberries.
Ground almonds take the place of flour in this cake, thus making it a torte. Whole oranges and yoghurt give it a tangy flavour.
A family recipe from way back
Although there are quite a few steps to this cake the results are worth it. A whole orange, including the skin, is used in the recipe which produces a rich intense flavour. Almonds replace the flour thus making this a traditional torte style of cake.