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Glazed Sour Orange & Coconut Cakes

January/February 2014

Your rating: None Average: 2.6 (12 votes)

This pudding-like gluten-free coconut cake recipe gets its amazing flavor and texture from pureed oranges. Sour oranges (aka Seville oranges) are ideal in these healthy coconut cakes because of their acidity and thin skin, but most citrus fruit will work. Coconut flour is high in fiber and absorbent, making it a great choice for moist desserts. Almond flour adds fabulous texture and nutty flavor. Look for gluten-free flours in natural-foods markets.


Glazed Sour Orange & Coconut Cakes Recipe

4 Reviews for Glazed Sour Orange & Coconut Cakes

02/21/2014
Anonymous

Do you peel the fruit before cooking?

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02/21/2014
Anonymous

Do you peel the fruit before cooking?

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01/11/2014
Anonymous
Luscious little gluten, dairy free cakes

Made with clementines (and a few drops orange flower water) this was a delicious, luscious dessert. Perfect for friends who eschew dairy and wheat.

no dairy, no gluten
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12/23/2013
Anonymous
missing ingredients?

Step 3 calls for adding eggs... ingredient list doesn't mention eggs. EatingWell, please fix this discrepancy!

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Anonymous wrote 23 weeks 5 days ago

Coconut flour is notorious

Coconut flour is notorious for soaking up liquids. I recommend using all of the orange puree. I also incorporated my eggs and oil in the blender with the puree and it worked really well.

Anonymous wrote 29 weeks 6 days ago

When it was printed, the 3

When it was printed, the 3 large eggs were accidentally omitted from the ingredient list (and the analysis) in this recipe. The recipe on eatingwell.com is now correct. We're sorry for the error and inconvenience.~Stacy Fraser, Test Kitchen Manager

 
kimberlyk26 wrote 30 weeks 2 days ago

I emailed them and they

I emailed them and they neglected to print '3 large eggs' in the ingredients list.

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