Find loads of loaf cake recipes here, including ginger loaf cakes, date loaf cakes, banana bread, lemon drizzle loaf cakes and lots more - all made in a loaf tin!
A delicious, egg-free fruit loaf that's rich and moist. Serve thickly sliced with lashings of butter. Enjoy for afternoon tea, elevenses or pop into packed lunches.
Two magnificent flavours, banana and coconut, come together for an irresistibly moist loaf cake. Studded with walnuts and glace cherries, this cake has it all!
A teatime-type cake that doesn't last long in our house. Mainly because I eat it for breakfast, which is probably not really advised... surely it's not much different to eating a lemon muffin?
This was my first attempt at a fruity loaf, so I was a tad apprehensive before I started this recipe. But as a novice, I have to say it is the easiest recipe I have ever used. Perfect for a beginner! The resulting loaf is fruity, moist and sweet with a lovely unexpected tang from the lemon drizzle. It's so good my dad even recommends it and he NEVER recommends my baking (usually too sweet for him)! Give it a go and enjoy.
For those of us who love lemon, this is the perfect lemon drizzle cake. This cake is wonderfully moist, fruity and not too sweet. This cake also freezes well and is good to have on hand when guests drop by for afternoon tea.
Tasty chocolate chip loaf cake. This cake features double the chocolate - it's a chocolate cake studded with chocolate chips.
Fresh juicy strawberries and fragrant lemons combine for this soft and airy strawberry lemon loaf cake. Adjust the amount of lemon zest that you use to increase or decrease the lemon intensity.
This recipe makes two lemon poppy seed loaves, one for now one for later! These are lovely tea cakes with delectable and delicate flavours, made even softer and fluffier with natural yoghurt. A treat for elevenses or afternoon tea.
Very quick and a hit for anyone that likes banana type cakes. My wee brother that's 2.5 years loves this.
This was originally a batch of fairy cakes, but I had made the mixture before I realised we had no cake cases. So this was put into a lined loaf tin with some jam and my husband told me it was just like jam roly poly, but in a loaf shape instead!