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Orange Yoghurt Cake

This is super moist on the inside and nice and crunchy on the outside! I have a lot of oranges and yoghurt at the moment so thought I would combine the 2 together with some baking!

I used my Kmart Silicon Mini Loaf Pans for this – you can use any cake tin for this – muffin ones, square ones, or 1 loaf/cake tin but you will need to adjust the baking time accordingly.

 Cut the ends off the orange and with a sharp knife, cut the orange rind off (leaving the white peel)
Cut the ‘white peel’ off
Quarter the oranges – discard the ‘white peel’ and ends of orange, and use the orange rind and quartered orange flesh
Add all cake ingredients to bowl

Mix 10 seconds/Speed 7
Pour into greased cake/loaf pan(s)
Bake for 30 minutes or until tops are browned
Wait for cakes to cool and make icing. Place icing in a zip lock bag then cut off the corner.
Pipe on top of the cakes

 If you wish (and have an extra orange) – grate the rind of an orange


And sprinkle on top of icing
Orange Yoghurt Cake
Moist on the inside and crunchy on the outside – ENJOY!

Orange Yoghurt Cake

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  • 1 x orange - rind and quartered flesh (scroll down for example photos)
  • 230 grams self raising flour
  • 125 grams butter
  • 150 grams sugar
  • 250 grams yoghurt (any type, I use Jalna Vanilla)
  • 3 x eggs
  • Icing (optional)
  • 90 grams icing sugar
  • 20 grams butter
  • 1 tablespoon orange juice
  • + rind of 1 orange to decorate





Preheat oven to 160 degrees.


Add all ingredients to bowl - mix 10 seconds/Speed 7.


Pour mixture into greased cake/loaf pan(s) and bake for 30 minutes or until tops are browned (adjust time depending on cake pan you are using i.e. if you are using 1 cake pan, bake for approx. 1 hour).


Leave to cool before icing.




Add all icing ingredients to bowl - mix 10 seconds/Speed 7.


Spread/pipe on top of cakes (see photos below for serving suggestion).


Note: Icing is completely optional, this tastes great on its own or with some icing sugar on top. If you love icing, you can double the recipe to spread a thicker layer on top!

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