This Orange Cranberry Bundt Cake Recipe is so yummy – perfect for Brunch or a Potluck! The fresh orange juice and zest give it a light fragrant taste, and the dried cranberries add just the right amount of tartness.
I’m baking more cakes and other delectable desserts these days, since my hubby gave me a Kitchen Aid Pro Mixer for Christmas! Boy oh boy, I don’t know how I managed before. I keep my Kitchen Aid Pro Mixer on a cart, and just wheel it over to the counter whenever I want to use it. Cool huh?
This orange cranberry bundt cake recipe comes right out of the family vault circa 1960. I’ve recently discovered an old ledger that was in storage and inside are the most amazing recipes, both handwritten by my beloved Grandma, and also lots of magazine and newspaper clippings. I’m having so much fun going through them.
This Orange Cranberry Bundt Cake Recipe jumped right off the page, so I decided to give it a whirl.
I’m making this cake on a very cold January day, but it’s so light and delicious you could serve any old time at all. The flavours that come out are just amazing. Fresh orange, tangy cranberry and the cake has this rich, moist almost pound cake like texture.
My biggest decision was to whether or not to make an Orange Glaze or Cream Cheese Frosting. I went with the Orange Glaze and sprinkled lots of Orange Zest on top. We’ll enjoy this tonight with a cup of herb tea, and I’ll package up some gifts for the kids.
If you enjoyed this Bundt Cake recipe, be sure to check out my Chocolate Mayan Bundt Cake! It’s one of the most popular posts on the blog!
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