Lemon drizzle cake

Apologies for the lack of foody adventures round here lately…work, home and life in general have been a bit hectic, but hey I’m here now!

I have been watching ‘The Great British Bake Off’ like so many other people and am thoroughly enjoying it. However, I do watch it with a slight feeling of envy, baking is simply not my forte (is anything?) and I really wish it was.

Now I love lemon cake, but always seem to struggle to make cakes, they usually look more like a large biscuit! However, undeterred I thought what the heck I am going to give it a go! I searched for a suitable recipe (aka simple) and found this one from Tana Ramsay, wife of Gordon. I find that I get on a lot better with less ingredients and simple instructions, so this one is perfect.

I felt quite relaxed making this cake, none of my usual ‘am I stirring the spoon the right way’ anxiety and I must admit I found it very therapeutic, which is a new feeling while baking I can tell you.

Anyway the cake turned out great, beautifully moist and lemony, so thanks Tana. Unfortunately, I have already had three pieces!! I knew there was another reason, other than I am not very good, why I don’t bake often.

Wish I could send you all a piece, if for no other reason than to stop me eating the whole flipping thing!!

Take care and I will try not to leave it so long next time…Jane x


6 thoughts on “Lemon drizzle cake

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  2. It looks so good! I baked a cake this weekend and I am having a piece now. Oh my, I had coffee as I read your post this morning and now cake! Next thing you know, we will be sipping wine together over blogs! 🙂 xo Elizabeth

    • Hi Elizabeth! Sipping wine together over the net sounds like a wonderful idea, lets do it! Which cake did you bake? Do you find you can’t stop eating it or is that just me being greedy!! Have a great Monday! Jane xxx

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