Gallery: 10 Zesty Orange Dessert Recipes We Love

Orange Cake with Mulled Wine Cranberry Jam
Orange Cake with Mulled Wine Cranberry Jam
This feather-light cake bursts with fresh orange zest. That vibrant citrus flavor is accentuated by a filling of cranberry mulled wine jam. Get the Recipe!/a>
Orange Blossom Cheesecake
Orange Blossom Cheesecake
This rich and creamy cheesecake is lightened with whipped egg whites and topped with homemade candied orange slices. A little orange blossom water adds a delicate fragrance to the filling.

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Orange Kiss-Me Cake
Orange Kiss-Me Cake
This cake is nubby and moist from the whole orange that goes into the batter. Topped with candied orange peel, it's the perfect dessert for marmalade lovers.

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Creamsicle Pie
Creamsicle Pie
For a play on the ice cream truck favorite, this custard pie is flavored with concentrated orange juice and tangy cream cheese. The salty-sweet oat crumble crust provides the perfect textural contrast.

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Orange Olive Oil Cake With Candied Walnuts
Orange Olive Oil Cake With Candied Walnuts
A topping of candied walnuts adds crunch to this moist olive oil cake. The batter includes both orange zest and fresh orange juice for a potent citrus flavor.

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Orange-Cream Pavlovas
Orange-Cream Pavlovas
Crisp white meringues are topped with zingy orange cream custard with fresh orange segments stirred in.

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Chocolate Orange Cream Pie
Chocolate Orange Cream Pie
High quality dark chocolate is mixed with milk that's been steeped with fresh orange zest for this intense and luscious pie.

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Cinnamon and Orange Pudding
Cinnamon and Orange Pudding
Ceylon cinnamon spices up this pudding, which also features orange zest and orange juice. A splash of rum doesn't hurt, either.

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Orange Semolina Cake
Orange Semolina Cake
Revani, which inspired this recipe, is a Greek cake made with semolina and doused with orange syrup. Feel free to eat this version for breakfast.

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