Baby bundt in a tux: orange cake iced twice

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An easy, bouncy orange yogurt cake with two flavours of icing: Chocolate ganache and another for lemon lovers.

  • Baby Bundt in a Tux: Orange Cake Iced Twice
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Recipe type: Dessert
Number of serving: 6 servings
Preparation time: 15 minutes
Cook time: 1 hour
Ready in: 1 h, 15 m
Difficulty: Easy


1 1/2 cups flour
1/2 cup sugar
2 teaspoons b. powder
pinch of salt

2 eggs
juice & zest of 1 orange
3/4 cup yogurt
1/2 cup oil
splash of good vanilla

Icing #1: Chocolate Ganache:
1/2 cup chocolate chips
3 Tb heavy cream
1 Tb honey or corn syrup (optional for shine)

Icing #2: Lemon Glaze:
1/2 cup powdered sugar
zest & juice of 1 lemon


Step 1:

Preheat oven to 350*F.

Sift dry ingredients, set aside.

Step 2:

Blend wet ingredients.
Gently mix dry ingredients into wet, until just incorporated.

Step 3:

Pour batter into buttered mini bundt pan
bake @ 350*F for 1 hour.

Step 4:

After about 1 hour, remove the cake from the oven.

If you can smell it, it is done!

Do a toothpick-test to be sure it’s baked well.

Allow it to rest in the bundt pan for about 10 minutes.
Then flip it over and place it onto a metal rack where it
will continue to cool.

Step 5:

Icing #1: Chocolate Ganache:

Melt the chocolate chips gently over a water bath
or nuke them in a microwave.

Add the heavy cream and stir until nice & creamy.

Now is the right time to add the honey/corn syrup if
you want a shiny look.

Spoon ganache over half of the baby bundt and allow it
to drip over the sides.

Step 6:

Icing #2: Lemon Glaze:

Zest the lemon, then juice it.
Stir into the powdered sugar until lumps disappear.
Spoon over cake and allow the glaze to flow down the sides.

Step 7:

Don't be afraid to decorate with something festive. I set Papa Smurf onto my cake because he kinda looks like Santa.
Look through your kids' toys for something cute and unusual.

Voila! Now, you're a super-star!

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