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Hazelnut orange mini Bundt



Upon going through my cake pans and trays I realised that I had neglected this mini Bundt pan for quite a while.  Hmmm, time to take it out and make use of it.  These mini Bundts were soft and moist with a nutty texture and weren't overly sweet, just right for breakfast or to serve for tea.  The ingredients are a slight resemblance to that for Friands.








Recipe for Hazelnut orange mixed fruit mini Bundt

    Ingredients

    • 180 gm melted butter
    • 75 gm plain flour
    • 150 gm icing sugar
    • 150 gm hazelnut meal
    • 2 tsp finely grated orange rind
    • 5 egg whites
    • 80 gm dried cranberries (chopped)
    • Icing sugar for dusting
    Method

    1. Sift flour and icing sugar into a mixing bowl.
    2. Add hazelnut,orange rind, stir to combine.
    3. Place the egg whites into a bowl and whisk with a ball whisk till lightly frothy.
    4. Add in the hazelnut mixture and stir to combine.
    5. Fold in the melted butter and chopped cranberries, stir well to combine.
    6. Spoon mixture into greased and floured mini bundt pan, filling 2/3 full.
    7. Bake for 20 to 25 mins. till golden brown or till skewer inserted comes out clean.
    8. Remove from oven and let cool in pan for about 15 mins., before unmoulding and cooling completely on a wire rack.
    9. Dust with icing sugar before serving.
    10. Yield :  12 mini Bundt cakes.




    I'm linking this post to the Little Thumbs Up event, theme for this month is 'Orange', organised by
    and hosted by  Ann of  Anncoojournal

Comments

  1. These little cakes look so cute! I love the ingredients.. hazelnut, cranberries, orange.. sounds very delicious.

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  2. Oh, I have some egg whites left in my freezer and this this cakey just suitable to use it up. By the look at it, Im sure it taste real good

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  3. Hi Cheah, your min bundt look so cute and awesome. The texture is very moist, great to go with a cup of hot coffee. :))

    Have a nice week ahead,regards.

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  4. Hi Cheah, Thank you for joining LTU. The mini bundt cakes looks cute and pretty especially the 2nd picture.

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  5. hi cheah, this cake sounds easy to make with simple steps. They look great , so are your pictures!

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  6. I love the fact that these mini bundt cakes are made with egg whites! They look so beautiful, Cheah.

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  7. Hi Cheah!
    What lovely bundts you have baked:) I love that you have included cranberries. I imagine these cakes to be just perfect with tea:) Thank you so much for sharing...

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  8. Hi Cheah! Your mini bundt cakes are so cute! I am quite eager to try your recipe because I happen to have hazelnut meal sitting in my pantry.

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  9. These mini bundts look so cute. Love the combination of fruits and nuts in them.

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  10. So cute. The texture looks so tempting that I feel like having a bite right away. Nice.

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  11. Hi Sokehah Cheah , those mini cakes is so inviting , love the ingredients , love making mini cakes ,, my kids love having a whole cake for themselves . Thanks for sharing :)

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  12. Hi Cheah, love your mini bundt cakes, looks so moist and delicious! Reminds me I too have a mould somewhere that I have not used for a while….hmmm, got to do some spring cleaning soon!

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  13. Hi Cheah,

    I can imagine... every single bite of your little Bundts must be very flavoursome and beautiful... especially with the combination of hazelnuts, orange and cranberries. All for the reason that I can see all the best ingredients packed into each little Bundts :D

    Zoe

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