Bake Day...

Auntie Lilly's Ginger Bread...

This recipe was given to me. I ate some of this cake and loved it and asked for the recipe. I love when that happens, I think it's so personal, like I share a little piece of them.

I think this bread is more a cake than a bread, but either way its yum.

This recipe makes two 2lb loafs. So make it when you are having guests or if your going visiting...

Recipe:
18oz Plain Flour
3tsps Ground Ginger
Pinch of Salt
8 fozs (240mls) luke warm water
8 Gozs vegitable oil
3 eggs
8 ozs sugar
2tsps Mixed Spice
1 tsp Baking Powder
8 fozs Golden Syrup ()
1tsp baking soda dissolved in 3 tblsp luke warm water

Method: (The best kind, may I add.)
Preheat oven at 170c, Middle shelf, adjust if a fan oven
2 hours, 2llb loaf tins

Beat all above together for 2 minutes and pour mixture between 2 tins

Test as usual to ensure baked



Finished Product...
Ginger Bread
This was the first time I made this. I have had the recipe for a long time and because it makes two loaves I had to wait till I was going visiting. My sister moved into a new house so I brought one loaf to her...

I have a fan oven. I am sure there is a non fan option on it but I did'nt adjust for that and so my loaf cooked too fast on the outside. I covered it with tin foil and watched it  and tested it to see if it was ready. Mine took about 1 hour 10mins.

Still delicious....

Next time I am going to adjust the oven and see. Also make sure the mix is well incorporated.

Happy Baking!

I am off to make a cup of tea and have a slice or two...who knows!!!

Here is a wee snap of my foggy morning! My view to go with my tea and ginger bread.

Foggy Morn


Slán!




Comments

  1. There really is nothing like home made!!

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    1. Very true, but I end up eating it all.....
      Thanks for dropping by
      J

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  2. Hi J. Just wanted ya to know that i tried your ginger bread and it was fab. Really moist but the slices hold together nicely. Great recipe.

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    1. Thanks Laura, glad you enjoyed it!
      Thanks for commenting and stopping by
      Jx

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  3. Love this recipe - going to try over the Halloween holidays! Also had a lovely half hour catching up on your recent blog posts. Sorry for not dropping by for a while. Hard to keep all the plates spinning! Thanks as always for your lovely comments on my blog - they always brighten up my day, Avrilxx

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    1. Thanks Avril for taking the time to stop by. I find that you have similar style questions that I find I have sometimes and its great to read your thoughts....I enjoy reading yours!I am glad I brighten your day!!
      J

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