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Orange Cake with Streusel

Exceptional Orange Cake with streusel in the middle of the cake and on its top! The crumb is beautifully tender and moist, and this cake has a great orange flavor coming from the orange juice and zest added to the batter. Topped with mouthwatering streusel, easy and foolproof cake recipe that keeps well for 5 days and a great companion to coffee. If you like orange cake, then you must try my “Best Orange Cake Ever”. Watch my video and learn how to make this cake.

Orange cake with streusel served on a plate.

Orange Cake Topped with Streusel

Making this orange cake will result in a beautiful and moist cake, not a doughy texture but the type that melts in your mouth. The streusel is evenly spread in the middle of the cake batter and on top of the cake. The orange flavor is balanced, and you can enjoy this cake with a chilled glass of milk or a hot cup of coffee.

You need simple ingredients like, egg, milk, sugar, flour, yogurt, and butter to make this cake. Orange cake with streusel can prepared within few minutes and it stores well for days!

Slice of orange cake showing moist crumbs.

What you need to make this Orange cake

All-purpose flour. We will use the flour in the batter and in making the streusel.

Orange juice and zest go in the batter.

Brown and white sugar for the batter and the streusel.

Large egg.

Unsalted butter.

Plain Yogurt.

Salt, vanilla, baking powder, and baking soda.

How to make a moist orange cake with streusel

To make the streusel, in a bowl add the melted butter, and both white and brown sugar, along with salt and mix well.

Later add the flour and the almonds and mix well. You should get a wet sand like texture.

To make the batter, sift the flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt, doing so will make the cake crumb lighter.

In a different bowl, beat the wet ingredients. First, beat the butter with sugar until combined. Add the egg and beat until creamy in texture.

Add the vanilla, orange zest, and orange juice and mix well. The mixture will curdle but that’s fine the batter will come together after adding the flour.

Add the plain yogurt and beat for one minute, then add the flour. After adding the flour try not to overmix the batter.

Pour half the batter in a baking pan and top it with half the streusel, then pour the rest of the batter over the streusel and top that half with the rest of the streusel. You don’t have to use all that is left from the streusel to cover the cake batter.

Bake the cake and when a skewer inserted in the middle come out clean, take out the cake from the oven and place it on a cooling rack.

Allow the cake to cool for 9 minutes while in the baking pan and then remove it from the baking pan and place it over the cooling rack to cool completely.

Orange Cake with Streusel Loaf on a cooling rack.

How to store the orange cake with streusel?

  • You can refrigerate it by wrapping it with a plastic wrap and then place it in a plastic container or in an airtight container. It can last for up to 7 days.
  • Freeze the cake by cutting it into slices and then wrap each slice with plastic wrap. Place the wrapped slices in a plastic container and place it in the freezer and it will last for two months.
  • To thaw the frozen cake, place the wrapped slice in the fridge to thaw overnight, or place the wrapped cake slice on the kitchen counter and allow it to thaw while wrapped.

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Orange cake slice on white plate.
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One Comment

  1. The orange juice in here was lovely. Adding a subtle sweetness and freshness to the cake.