Chocolate Orange Loaf Cake is a festive, Christmas dessert. Make this classic today and bring a smile to everyone’s face! Chocolate Orange Loaf Cake is moist, buttery, made with orange oil, and mandarin orange juice, and tastes like a refreshing dessert. Made in one-bowl, this Chocolate Orange Loaf Cake is simple to bake and makes for a wonderful breakfast or dessert option. Pin for later and have a classic dessert at your fingertips anytime!Code Removed
CHOCOLATE ORANGE LOAF CAKE | A CHRISTMAS CLASSIC
There is nothing more classic than chocolate and orange. I remember the first time I tried chocolate orange ice cream and I was in heaven. These two flavors make the best combination of something familiar and delicious.
Wintertime is the perfect time for baking, so I thought why not post a classic baking recipe to the blog: Chocolate Orange Loaf Cake made with orange oil, mandarin orange zest, orange juice, and chocolate chips.
This loaf is easy to bake and makes for a wonderful breakfast or dessert option. You could even make my chocolate orange loaf as your Christmas dessert!
This classic recipe is sure to bring joy around your house and smiles to faces all around. I love baking, especially in the wintertime when then temperatures get cooler and there is rain in the forecast.
There is something so magical about baking on a rainy day. Put the coffee pot on and bake my delicious chocolate orange loaf cake.
THE PERFECT HOMEMADE CHRISTMAS GIFT
You could also bake my chocolate orange loaf cake as a gift. Simply bake it, let it cool, and wrap it in wax paper. You can pick up Christmas themed wax paper from Target. Tie some string around the wax paper and there you have it, a homemade and delicious Christmas gift.
TIS THE SEASON FOR ALL THINGS TIDY
Are you guys excited for Christmas? There is only one thing I want for Christmas this year and unfortunately, it’s not exactly something money can buy. I can only hope that with lots of faith and God’s timing that I will get my wish soon.
You can’t force these things though and for some reason, it’s just not my time yet. It’s hard for me to swallow that, but I know the universe has a plan and I’m working hard to release all of my faith to the universe. We can want something so hard, but if it’s not the right time, no amount of wanting it is going to force it into existence.
As we move forward into Christmas and into 2021 let’s do our best to keep the faith. This is something I’m working on daily. It’s really hard, but as I always say, what’s meant for us will never pass us.
It’s simply not possible to have something pass you that’s meant to be in your life. Remember that.
I hope you enjoy this delicious Chocolate Orange Loaf Cake recipe and don’t forget to pin it for later. This is one delicious dessert recipe you’ll want to come back to again and again!
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Chocolate Orange Loaf Cake
Yield: 6Genevieve Jerome : Genevieve JeromePREP TIME: : 10 MINCOOK TIME: : 1 HOURTOTAL TIME: : 1 H & 10 MChocolate Orange Loaf Cake is a festive, Christmas dessert. Make this classic today and bring a smile to everyone’s face! Chocolate Orange Loaf Cake is moist, buttery, made with orange oil, and mandarin orange juice, and tastes like a refreshing dessert. Made in one-bowl, this Chocolate Orange Loaf Cake is simple to bake and makes for a wonderful breakfast or dessert option. Pin for later and have a classic dessert at your fingertips anytime!
- 2-cups flour
- 1-cup sugar
- 1-teaspoon baking powder
- 1-teaspoon salt
- 2-tablespoons butter, melted
- 1-tablespoon coconut oil, melted
- 1-cup orange juice
- 1-tablespoon orange oil
- 4-tablespoon grated Mandarin orange zest, divided.
- 1-teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1-cup chocolate chips
- In a stand mixer, combine the flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt. Add the eggs, butter, coconut oil, orange juice, vanilla, orange oil, and reserved Mandarin orange zest and mix on the low setting until combined. Fold in chocolate chips.
- Pour into an 8×4-in. loaf pan lined with parchment paper.
- Bake at 350° for 55-65 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.
- Cool for 10 minutes before removing from pan to a wire rack. Add more mandarin orange zest to the top of the loaf cake.
This Chocolate Orange Loaf Cake will keep in the fridge in a glass, airtight container for up to 4-days. Serve warm. Add whip cream for even more of a treat!
Sat. Fat (grams)10.21