Sue's StoryThis is one of those cakes that you lick the beaters, the wooden spoon, and bowl and you just can't get enough of the batter.
It smells wonderful while it is baking.... trust me when I say you wake up the next day and the first thought you have is I can't believe I ate the whole thing.
You can bake this in a loaf pan or bundt pan...either way trust me it is just marvelous.
2 1/4 c
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orange (remove the core)
1-1 1/2 c
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1Preheat oven to 350
2Chop the orange with skin on and put the cup of peaches and the chopped orange in the blender. Blend until smooth.
3Add flour, 1 1/2 cup of sugar (save the rest for the cream), baking powder, salt. Combine well then add orange and peach mixture eggs and melted butter. Combine with mixer on medium.
4In a greased bundt or two loaf pans pour the cake batter in....(caution if you taste it you will continue to taste it several more times before you get in the oven)
5Soften the cream cheese in the microwave. With your mixer combine the remaining sugar and the cream cheese. After it combined add dollops of it on the top of the cake and with knife cut the cheese mixture through the cake. Swirling, whirling and twirling it.
6Bake for 45-50 minutes until a toothpick or strand of uncooked spaghetti comes out clean.
7Cool for about 10-15 minutes and then flip onto a plate.
8While the cake is cooling add the orange juice to the coconut and mix it up and let it set until the cake is cooled. Add enough powdered sugar to the orange and coconut to make a glaze of your desired consistency. Drizzle it over the cake and enjoy!
About this Recipe
Sue H Soos - Aug 22, 2012
I shared a photo of this recipe.
Gail Welch sugarshack - Aug 22, 2012
Looks divine! Thanks, got it SAVED!!
Cin Straw's Kitchen NanatomyGrands - Aug 22, 2012
SAVED......and licked my computer screen!!!
CC MCCART-FROST CCMCCART - Aug 23, 2012
HOLY HANNAH...SOLD! What a DELISH cake, definitely will make it in a bundt pan. If I made it in 2 loaf pans I'd feel the necessity to share it, not going to happen with this lovely recipe. Wouldn't this be a grand company dessert? Funny, as the Lad and I were talking tonight about hosting a dinner party in the very near future and neither of us could agree on a dessert. I do believe that problem is solved. THANKS for sharing. CHEERS, CC