What an honor to participate in this #BundtaMonth because we are celebrating 1 year since this amazing group was created, and we bake our best recipes to celebrate with all of you.
My bundt sounds simple but it is not is super moist, soft, amazing crumb and have a delicious orange flavor, my grandmas recipe
It is perfect for an afternoon coffee or a complement at breakfast time, either way you are going to love the flavor in this bundt cake.
- 3 cups flour
- 1 cup sugar
- 1/2 cup light brown sugar
- 2 teaspoon baking powder
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 1/4 teaspoon of salt
- 1 cup orange juice
- zest of one orange
- 1/2 cup milk
- 3/4 cup raisins
- 2 sticks butter room temperature
- 3 eggs
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- Preheat the oven to 350º F.
- In a stand mixer with a paddle attachment creme the butter and sugars for 3 minutes.
- In a bowl sift all the dry ingredients with the orange zest, to the above mixture add eggs 1 by 1, vanilla extract, you can incorporate the milk to the orange juice, and start adding wet and dry ingredients. Remember to add fist dry and finish with dry, this is a good way to ensure a soft cake.
- Add the end remember to incorporate the raisins.
- Prepare the mold with some no stick spray add the delicious batter and bake for 50 minutes or check with a toothpick comes out clean.
This recipe makes 1 hold bundt cake or 8 mini bundt cakes.
|Preparation time:||25 minutes|
|Cooking time:||50 minutes|
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G’day and how special you sharing your grandmother’s recipe, true!
I always love the stories behind the foods and recipes too!
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I love citrus! And I love that you used your grandma’s recipe!
Sometimes simple is best and I love orange flavor in cakes!
I love a touch of citrus in cakes. I actually prefer simple cakes. They are so perfect for breakfast or an afternoon break with a cup of coffee. Thanks for being a part of our group, Kathya:)
Yum! The orange and raisins in this cake sound delicious!
love a simple orange bundt cake!! looks delicious!!
Family recipes are always the best. They’ve been tried and tested and when the third generation is still making them, you know you’ve got a good thing! I love citrus in cakes, Kathya, so I know I would love your simple orange Bundt.
Thank you, you are right this recipe is bean in my family for years.
You’re really making me want to bake this like … right now!
I love this recipe Orange goes with so many things. It looks moist and delish!
I am looking forward to trying your recipe. I have not made an orange cake in quite a while so your photos and description of a moist, tender crumb have me craving it.
Thank you 🙂
We just finished eating this, it was so yummy! I had it on my desk the last two days and our whole office smelled so good.
Thank you I’m so happy everybody enjoy the cake.
I got to taste some 😀 Thank you for the cake! NOMNOMNOM!
Simple and elegant go hand in hand and thanks for sharing this with us. Of all the cakes that I’ve done with the group this is the one that I was really looking forward to. Yours looks delicious.
Thank you I’m so happy you were curious and waiting for this recipe.
I love recipes from grandmothers– they are always wonderful! The orange juice must add such flavor and make this a moist cake. I hope to try your recipe sometime.
My favorites recipes are from my grandma, she was an amazing cook.
Simple is wonderful when it comes to bundt cakes. The flavors are perfect Kathya! I just finished making raisin orange shortbread, so these flavors are up my alley!
Thank you Paula 🙂 love the you like it.
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Simple and yet I can tell it would be oh so good! I love orange in cakes more than lemon. Probably because you don’t see it as often.
That’s right, I don’t know way people don’t use orange more often, I love lemons but orange is equally good.
How lovely to use your grandmother’s recipe! This sounds wonderful.
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Love family recipes simply because I feel so much love gets passed on through the food! My guess is that the brown sugar in your cake marries very well with the orange and becomes kind of caramely. Yum! And yes, I imagine the citrus does make it perfectly moist and wonderful =)
Oh my God! Yes you nailed it, creates a caramel type crumb so delicious.
It’s an honor to have you bake with us, Kathya! Happy anniversary and thank you for being a part of bundtamonth! Love this tender, moist orange cake!
Thank you I’m super honor too.