A delicate, zingy vegan lemon cake made without eggs, milk or butter! The key to that lemony tang is a decent lemon extract (we use Nielsen-Massey).
Your favourite cocktail as a loaf cake – perfect for a grown-up afternoon tea.
With its tropical notes and its subtle harissa heat, this loaf cake serves up a big slice of holiday flavour, topped with a creamy icing. Don’t be scared of the harissa – the flavour mellows in the cooking. Check out our best harrissa recipes here.
Crunchy pistachios are whizzed until fine and limes are zested into this easy yet impressive loaf recipe. Citrussy limes are juiced into this simple icing for extra fresh flavour.
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. Find more afternoon tea ideas here.
Try our simple vegan banana bread. This recipe is super moreish and easy to make, it goes perfectly with your morning tea.
Bake our stunning loaf cake with fresh mint and zesty lime from baker, Edd Kimber. This seriously moreish recipe makes for a show-off sweet treat to serve your friends and family.
Ras el hanout is a spice blend that packs an earthy punch, it works unbelievably well in this easy loaf recipe – and the rose icing complements the spiciness beautifully.
Lemon drizzle cake is a classic for a reason. Amalfi lemons from Italy have an intense aroma and flavour that makes this cake even better, but you could use regular lemons too. Dress it up further with some tart candied peel. If you're looking for more lemon cake ideas, click here.
Use up left over bananas in our moist loaf with tea-infused dried fruit and malt extract. Malt adds an extra nutty caramel taste to this moreish tea time treat.
Use pomegranate molasses in this easy loaf cake to make it extra sweet and moist. Serve with a scoop of ice cream and an extra drizzle of molasses for an indulgent dessert.
Looking for a courgette loaf cake? Sneak a few five a day into your bake with this recipe for avocado, courgette and lime drizzle cake. The avocado gives a subtle silky feel to the sponge.
Try this tea loaf recipe. A family favourite, this tea loaf is packed with almonds, sultanas and glacé cherries. Cherries and mixed peel are soaked in rum overnight to ensure your fruit is extra juicy.
This fruity earl grey tea loaf is a great way to use up any over-ripe bananas you have lying around. And the hazelnut streusel topping adds a lovely crunchy texture to the loaf - perfect for afternoon tea or with your next cuppa!
This plum and earl grey pound cake makes for the perfect afternoon treat with a cup of tea (earl grey, naturally). It's an easy recipe to make but it looks really good and tastes even better.
On-trend matcha green tea makes a fantastic baking flavour, particularly when paired with almond. Learn to use it by making this easy recipe for matcha and almond loaf cakes. Makes one large loaf cake or eight little ones.
If your daily coffee shop treat is a mocha, you’ll love this loaf cake. It has a super indulgent icing made with dark chocolate and coffee – yum! Try this coffee tray cake for your next caffeine fix.
Check out this clementine drizzle loaf, a festive take on the classic lemon drizzle cake. This light loaf recipe is super simple to bake and it's an easy crowd pleaser. Find more festive baking inspiration here.
This banana and pecan loaf is a great choice for breakfast if you need to grab something on the run. Made with wholemeal flour, it will keep your energy levels up until lunchtime. Grab more on-the-go breakfast ideas here.
Looking for a strawberry loaf cake recipe? This pretty dessert is made with vanilla sponge, filled with strawberry mascarpone cream and covered in Italian meringue frosting for an attractive, fruity loaf.
Do you love ginger loaf cake? Rhubarb and ginger are a classic flavour combination and complement one other really well. This rhubarb and ginger cake makes for a great tea-time treat, plus, it's under 300 calories per serving.
Our banana and passion fruit loaf is a great way to use up bananas, as well as being easy cake to make and looking impressive.
This is a really zingy loaf cake that makes a light family pudding, with caramelised orange for a special finishing touch. Perfect for feeding a crowd over the weekend.