Time for our bake at The Home Bakers (THB). Bake #41, Chocolate Nugget-Orange Flax Cake is selected by Mich of Piece of Cake.
I have made some slight changes to the ingredients. Originally, this cake uses flax cereal. Since I do not have any flax cereal, I've used my homemade granola instead. And it works out fine. This cake uses a mixture of plain flour and wholemeal flour, with buttermilk, canola oil, honey, orange juice, raisins and nuts. Since my granola already has nuts and raisins in it, I did not add any that the recipe calls for.
A very easy cake to make, you don't even need to use the stand mixer. The dry ingredients are mixed in a bowl, and the wet in another, simply combine them together and add in the flax cereal (or granola). Pour into the prepared pan and scatter some chocolate chips and nuts over the top. I've made half a recipe, and baked for 26 minutes until the cake is golden brown and a cake tester inserted in the center comes out clean.
Let cool in pan on wire rack. Serve warm, either cut in strips or squares.
Cake is really moist, soft, tender and not too sweet. If flax cereal, or any other cereal, which I'm sure would be good too, is used, then you'll have "Cereal-cake" for breakfast. In my case, it is "Granola-cake"!
We are a group of home bakers who are currently baking from "Coffee Cakes" by Lou Seibert Pappas. This is our bake no. 41 and we have 19 recipes more to go. If you are interested to be a member and join in our bakes, you may drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.