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16 servings, one slice each
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Serve this delightful orange cake at your next spring or summer celebration.
Cake can be baked in 13x9-inch baking pan instead. Cool 10 min. before inverting onto wire rack; cool completely. Transfer to serving platter. Spread top and sides of cake with the cream cheese frosting.
Garnish with navel orange sections and fresh mint leaves.
* Nutrition information is estimated based on the ingredients and cooking instructions as described in each recipe and is intended to be used for informational purposes only. Please note that nutrition details may vary based on methods of preparation, origin and freshness of ingredients used.
I have not made this yet. Everybody keeps talking about the frosting being tart and the recipe calling for concentrated oj but the recipe I see calls for the juice and peel of 1 navel orange. Which is it? I will work on a frosting recipe.
The problem with this recipe is the icing. Whether you start with cream cheese flavored icing or not I recommend completely omitting the oj concentrate from the recipe. Instead I suggest experimenting with pure orange extract and orange zest to achieve the best results.
I altered the frosting by using a can of cream cheese flavored icing, the oj concentrate and a little bit of vanilla extract. The icing and cake tasted really good, but the icing was runny and didn't turn out too great looking. The idea of omiting the oil for the whipped topping was genius...it turned out really nice with a very foamy texture.