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I don't think I've ever eaten a fruit or vegetable loaf that I haven't loved. I often buy them from the local farmer's market because Marisol and I love them for breakfast, but occasionally I like to bake a sweet one for after school too. I especially love a tangy citrus loaf because they are perfect for afternoon tea.
I love this simple Orange Loaf Cake recipe... and the best part is you can switch out the flavors by using lemon, lime, grapefruit, or mandarin instead of orange.
This recipe uses a creamy oatmilk called Planet Oat Oatmilk! It is a new oatmilk that's available at Smart & Final. It is a rich, creamy, full-bodied beverage that’s just a little bit sweet (with no sugar added) and is free from dairy, peanuts, soy, and gluten. It is also an excellent source of calcium and Vitamins A & D, has no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives, and is non-GMO.
It's great for baking with, but if you are looking for more delicious ways to enjoy it, try these:
- Replace the water in your oatmeal with Planet Oat for a creamy and wholesome oat-fueled breakfast.
- Planet Oat is fantastic for foaming in lattes and coffee drinks.
- Add it to your smoothies to make them extra creamy.
- Create a flavorful and creamy macaroni and cheese for a delicious, plant-based dinner.
Makes 1 Orange Loaf Cake.