Theresa's Mixed Nuts: Orange-Rosemary Bundt Cake

Friday, June 26, 2020

Orange-Rosemary Bundt Cake

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I went back and forth on what Golden Blossom Honey recipe I should share with you this week. Should I do another grilling type post for the upcoming July 4th holiday, or maybe do a fruit pie? I kept waffling between some of the recipes I've saved from their site, but for some reason kept coming back to this Orange-Rosemary Bundt Cake recipe. 

Orange-Rosemary Bundt Cake

It's been really hot here this week and the thought of using the oven wasn't high on my list, but I did have some rosemary that was growing out of control and some oranges that needed to be put to use, so what the heck. I threw caution to the wind, cranked up the oven, and went to town whipping the ingredients together to create this beautiful cake.

Orange-Rosemary Bundt Cake

I don't know what it is about bundt cakes, but I always find them irresistible. They are so good for an afternoon treat paired with a cup of tea or coffee and a little side of fruit. If your area is relaxing the social distancing guidelines, this would be a great recipe to have on hand for any get-togethers you may have planned for this summer. Save it for the 4th, or if the kids get to go back to school this August, as a special treat for enduring this extra long summer cooped up with them LOL.

Ingredients
1 cup butter, room temperature
1 cup sugar
1/3 cup SILVER BLOSSOM HONEY
5 eggs
1 tablespoon grated orange zest
1 1/2 teaspoons orange juice
1/4 teaspoon almond extract
2 cups cake flour (not regular flour)
1 teaspoon baking powder
2 teaspoons fresh rosemary, finely chopped
Glaze:
1/2 cup powdered confectioners sugar
3 teaspoons orange juice
1 teaspoon grated orange zest
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Orange-Rosemary Bundt Cake
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32 comments:

  1. My husband loves citrus cakes, definitely something for him! Looks yum!☺

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    1. I usually gravitate towards lemon if I want a citrus cake, so I was pleasantly surprised with this one!

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  2. It's a yes for oranges from me, a no for rosemary LOL The glaze must be very delish with orange in it!
    I went to Novi Sad yesterday to my publishers (our bus broke in a middle of a scorching hot corn field and we had to wait there for hour an a half for another bus to come and rescue us) and I finally found a frosted glass tea mug :) I wanted to buy you one too, but they are quite heavy and I know you said you only like them light.

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    1. It reminded me of cakes you get in London with the added rosemary. Not something I ever would have thought to do on my own, but it did taste like a posh dessert.

      Yikes to getting stranded in the heat. That must have been hell for you! I know how you melt in the sun.

      Hurray for your beautiful frosted mug. It looks like something I might have come across one day at Pier 1, but now that they are closed I need to find a new home goods store.

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    2. It is so sad that it closed, we have a few factories that closed in my city during corona, most with owners from Italy, who just runaway and left workers without pay and future. The only good thing in this all shit is that my publisher actually had good online sales during corona, so there might be more work... at least I hope so.

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    3. Hurray for good online sales. Jason said his online sales skyrocketed during the quarantine too. I suppose everyone had nothing better to do than online shop during this mess. Fingers crossed you have lots of new works lined up for the rest of the year!

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  3. Honey, Such A Delight - Looking Forward To The Next Golden Blossom Recipe - Also, The Waterfall Post, Flipping Stunning - Wish I Could Just Be And Listen To Mother Nature As She Roars On - Stay Strong

    Cheers

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    1. Thank you! Yes, that waterfall was amazing. There's another one I'll feature later that we came upon that people had their tents lined up along. I bet they slept like babies listening to the sounds of falls that night!

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  4. I do love a Bundt cake! I have never used cake flour before or rosemary in a dessert.

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    1. Cake flour is something that I am just now learning to use. I have to say, I rather like it!

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  5. Que bonito que te quedo :-))))

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  6. I giggle every time I read or say "bundt cake" because of My Big Fat Greek Wedding. How can you say the word without mentally saying "It's a cake!" in a Greek accent. LOL This does look yummy. :)

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    1. I always say "Why does this cake have a hole in it!?" LOL. I love that movie!

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    2. LOL That movie forever ruined bundt cakes.. or at least the word.

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  7. You did such a great job with presentation. That's one gorgeous cake. It looks and sounds good to me. I am pinning it to my cake board.

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    1. Thank you so much Rosey! It is one of my favorites I've photoed so far ♥

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  8. Looks like throwing caution to the wind sure turned out grand.

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  9. Usually I also eat sponge cake as a friend to drink coffee. This orange cake recipe menu is also suitable for breakfast.
    Thank you for the recipe,Theresa.

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    1. I'd pair it with tea, but yea, it would be great with coffee too!

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  10. This cake looks wonderful Theresa and I love bundt cakes, take care my dear friend!"!!

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  11. Rosemary and honey. Super interesting. I've not had that combo before.

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    1. It is and I almost skipped over the recipe because it seemed a little out of my realm. But, I'm glad I made it. It was actually not bad!

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  12. Love this kind of Bundt cake they are delicious.

    The omelette quesadilla was so good.

    I really recommend.

    Olga.

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