It calls for a whole orange (peels and all), ensuring that all the goodness of the fruit is not lost. Most importantly, fibre, which is food for our good gut microbes, stabilises blood sugar levels and keeps us filling fuller for longer. Sweetened naturally by the orange and a sprinkle of stevia, you really can have your cake and eat it too (maybe even for breakfast)!Not-so-naughty orange cakeIngredients:1 large orange2.5 cups almond meal or flour4 large eggs (at room temperature)2 tbsps stevia1 tsp baking powderButter to grease tin1 tbsp orange marmalade/apricot jamMethod:Bring a pot of water to the boil, add the orange, and cook on medium/high for 1 hour until the orange becomes tenderRemove the orange and let it cool. Slice the orange in half and remove seeds but keep the skin on.Preheat fan oven to 160 degrees Celsius and grease a round 20cm tin with butter. Place baking paper on top of base plate and lock in place with the sides.Add orange to a food processor or blender, along with stevia and blitz to a purée.In a large mixing bowl, add the almond meal, eggs, baking powder, and orange purée. Fold until combined.Pour mixture into prepared cake tin and bake for 50 - 55 minutes until golden.Once cool, use a brush to coat the cake in orange marmalade or apricot jam and decorate with a dehydrated orange slice or fresh peels.