Grand Marnier Bundt Cake

Full of orange zest and a shot of Grand Marnier makes this a very special cake. Any orange liquor can be substituted as well as packaged orange juice and orange zest in a bottle.

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ingredients

directions

  • Zest rind of oranges and juice oranges; set aside.
  • Cream butter and sugar until light and fluffy then add eggs.
  • Add flour mixture and sour cream in small amounts alternately to egg /sugar mixture.
  • When well mixed, beat in Grand Marnier,orange zest and pecans.
  • Fold beaten egg whites into batter.
  • Pour into a greased and floured 10" bundt pan;bake 40-50 minute at 350 degrees.
  • While cake is baking; combine glaze ingredients simmer over medium heat until ingredients are combined.
  • Spoon sauce over hot cake is still in the pan, cool before removing from pan.
  • Invert onto cake plate and enjoy.
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"Full of orange zest and a shot of Grand Marnier makes this a very special cake. Any orange liquor can be substituted as well as packaged orange juice and orange zest in a bottle."
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  1. BakinBaby
    Full of orange zest and a shot of Grand Marnier makes this a very special cake. Any orange liquor can be substituted as well as packaged orange juice and orange zest in a bottle.
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