Looking for ginger cake recipes? We have plenty of ginger cakes to try, from spiced Jamaican cake to chocolate and ginger brownie cake. We also have ginger cookies and spiced madeleines, warm pudding and stem ginger toppings…
The apple sauce makes this cake deliciously squidgy. Serve warm as a pudding with cream or ice cream, or just at room temperature with a hot drink.
Bake our easy ginger traybake recipe with moreish Bonne Maman rhubarb compote, perfect with your afternoon cuppa.
Check out our easy tea loaf with juicy dates and fiery ginger. This moreish cake recipe is easy to make and packed with plenty of flavour – perfect with an afternoon cuppa.
Try our pear and ginger upside-down cake; it’s moist, light and delicately sweet. Impress your friends and family this weekend with our easy-to-make cake.
Transform a simple ginger loaf into this boozy cake in just 25 minutes by soaking in rum and caramel then layering with boozy caramel cream. Check out more of our caramel recipes here.
A stupendous cake for tea, our chocolate brownie cake has chopped preserved ginger in the mix to give it an extra spice and a bit of a grown-up twist to really impress.
Looking for the best ginger cake recipe? Check out this indulgent Jamaican ginger and caramel cake. This layer cake is a real showstopper and makes for the perfect celebration cake, what’s more, it’s gluten free too.
Rhubarb and ginger are a classic flavour combination and complement each other really well. This rhubarb and ginger cake makes for a great tea-time treat, plus, its under 300 calories per serving.
Guinness and dark chocolate add an extra depth of flavour and slight smokiness to this dark gingerbread. It’s best to make in advance then leave un-iced in an airtight box overnight or for a couple of days and glaze it an hour or so before serving. That way the flavours of this boozy cake all get a chance to develop.
Ginger bake recipes
Check out these soft, chewy ginger cookies with creamy white chocolate ganache. These cookies make a great sweet treat to go with your afternoon tea.
Make this simple, indulgent tiffin to treat someone – but try not to eat it yourself! You can swap the white chocolate for dark or milk – go for the recipient’s favourite. The cranberry and ginger flavours really lift the buttery biscuit. Ready in only 30 minutes.
Check out our skeleton gingerbread men. This simple gingerbread biscuit recipe easily makes 30 spooky skeletons, and they’re the ideal Halloween treat for all the kids to enjoy.
Fizzy drink Supermalt not only gives an extra malty edge but those bubbles work magically to lighten the sponge as well. If you can’t find Supermalt, use cola or ginger beer for the bubble effect.
Ginger pudding recipes
Check out these seriously decadent ginger sticky toffee puddings. A dark, rich toffee dessert spiked with fiery ginger – serve with cream, ice cream or custard.
Check out this super festive and indulgent trifle recipe from Edd Kimber, with rum cardamom custard, gingerbread Christmas trees and caramel cream.
The ultimate winter warmer! Serve this gorgeously rich dessert with lashings of hot custard.
This recipe takes a classic rhubarb crumble and gives it a twist with the addition of ginger and star anise to the fruit and a crunchy brown sugar topping. Serve with cream.
This spicy ginger pudding drenched with warm sticky-sweet ginger syrup is utterly irresistible. Traditionally steamed, this pudding tastes just like grandma used to make it.
We’ve upped the Christmas factor on this easy trifle by adding ginger cake – you can make ahead for easy festive entertaining.
This is a fantastic make-ahead dessert for when you’re entertaining over the festive season. If you don’t want to make your own, mini gingerbread men are available from most supermarkets – look out for them in the bakery section.
Gingerbread-lovers will love this steamed sticky pudding with pecan and dates drenched in toffee sauce. Serve with ice cream and a cup of tea.
This recipe for gingerbread pudding with sticky toffee sauce is a great twist on a classic British dessert. Ginger is a traditional Christmas flavour and this recipe uses preserved and ground. You can use fresh grated ginger instead of the ground in the sponge, if you like