Looking for ginger cake recipes? Want the best Jamaican ginger cake? We have plenty of ginger cakes to try, including sticky ginger cake and much more. Next, try our orange cake recipes here.
Ginger cake recipes
Looking for the best ginger cake recipe? Check out this indulgent Jamaican ginger and caramel cake. It’s a real showstopper and makes for the perfect celebration cake, what’s more, it’s gluten free too.
Follow this ginger-spiked parkin recipe for a comforting autumnal bake that the whole family will enjoy.
Check out our easy tea loaf with juicy dates and fiery ginger. This moreish cake is easy to make and packed with plenty of flavour.
Made dark and sticky with treacle and brown sugar, this aromatic ginger cake comes laced with two types of ginger. Savour a square alongside a strong brew for a winning afternoon treat.
A fiery gingerbread recipe, packed with sweet spices, fresh lime zest and rich black treacle. Serve warm with homemade date syrup bourbon sauce.
A pink patchwork cake, flavoured with sweet forced rhubarb, two types of ginger and white chocolate. Delicious served with thick clotted cream.
Guinness and dark chocolate add an extra depth of flavour and slight smokiness to this dark gingerbread. It’s best to make in advance and leave un-iced in an airtight box overnight or for a couple of days, then glaze it an hour or so before serving. That way the flavours of this boozy cake all get a chance to develop.
Bake our easy ginger traybake recipe with moreish Bonne Maman rhubarb compote, perfect with your afternoon cuppa.
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.
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 and topping with stem ginger. Check out more of our caramel recipes here.
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 and has under 300 calories per serving.
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.
Fizzy drink Supermalt not only gives an extra malty edge to this bake 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.