Air Fryer Trader Joe’s Blood Orange Cake

Air Fryer Trader Joe’s Blood Orange Cake

Trader Joe’s Blood Orange Cake Air Fryer — Hi there, fellow connoisseurs of cuisine! We’re exploring sweet scents and tangy tastes today with the Air Fryer Trader Joe’s Blood Orange Cake.

This dessert is a real game-changer because it combines the inventiveness and convenience of air fryer baking with the distinct and colorful flavor of blood oranges.

This recipe is ideal for people who enjoy trying out new flavors or who want to give traditional cakes a fresh touch. It promises to be a moist, tasty, and aesthetically pleasing treat.

The Air Fryer Blood Orange Cake is a simple yet elegant way to wow and treat yourself, whether you’re having a dinner party, spending time with family, or just pampering yourself. Now let’s heat up our air fryers and prepare to savor a delicious slice of lemon bliss!

Recipe By:Fork to spoon


Mixture for Cake:

  1. One box of Trader Joe’s Blood Orange Cake Mix
  2. One stick of melted butter
  3. 3/4 cup of cold water
  4. Two big eggs
  5. Icing: One icing mix pouch
  6. One or two tablespoons of hot water
  7. Two tablespoons of melted butter


  • Get the cake batter ready. Observe the directions provided on the box of Trader Joe’s Blood Orange Cake Mix. Usually, this is mixing the cake mix with water, oil, and eggs. Stir in some freshly grated blood orange zest to give the batter an extra citrusy kick.
  • Set the Air Fryer’s Temperature to 320°F (160°C) in advance. At this temperature, the cake can cook through without getting burned around the edges.
  • Get the cake pan ready: Grease a baking dish or cake pan that will fit inside your air fryer. To make sure the cake comes out of the oven easily, you can either use butter or non-stick spray.
  • Fill the Pan with the Batter: Using a spatula, level the top of the cake batter after transferring it into the prepared pan.
  • Cook the Cake: Put the pan in the air fryer and cook it for twenty to twenty-five minutes. Depending on the model of your air fryer and the size of the pan, the precise duration may change. Around the 20-minute mark, begin testing the doneness by sticking a toothpick into the the cake’s middle. The cake is done when it comes out clean.
  • Preparing the Glaze (Optional): You can make a basic glaze while the cake cools by combining confectioners’ sugar with just enough blood orange juice to make it pourable.
  • Chill and Glaze: After allowing the cake to chill in the pan for a few minutes, move it to a wire rack to finish cooling. If desired, drizzle the glaze over the cake that has cooled.
  • Serve: Serve your Blood Orange Cake, sliced. It can be eaten just the way it is or, for an added treat, with a scoop of ice cream or a dollop of whipped cream.

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