Stickly Lemon Drizzle Loaf

So officially the diet has now started and I’m doing really well.  But before it did start I made one of these.  It was my farewell to all things yummy for the time being and what better way to do it than with one of these bad boys…..

This cake is really easy and oh so yummy.  I found the original recipe on the amazing PINTEREST.  You can check out my board below.  Why not follow me and never miss a pin!  (shameless plug over….promise)

The original recipe comes from the blog Its Just Nice and is worth taking a look as the loaf pictures on there are far superior to my own.  Are you a lover of baking?  Be sure to check out my other great recipes!

INGREDIENTS – The Loaf

  • 3 Large Eggs (or 4 normal sized ones)
  • 170g Self Raising Flour
  • 170g Caster Sugar
  • 170g Butter
  • Zest of 2 Lemons
  • 1 TSP Baking Powder
 
INGREDIENTS – The Drizzle 
  • Juice of 2 Lemons
  • 110g Icing Sugar
  • mix these together slowly and gradually until the drizzle is a consistency you are happy with.


THE METHOD …….to my madness……

  • Pre-heat oven to gas mark 6 or 180 degrees C.  Prep your tin.  I used grease proof paper.

  • chuck all your loaf ingredients into a bowl.  I know what your thinking, if your an obsessive recipe reader like me.  Put your twitch in a box and bury it deep, it will all be fine.  Trust me.
  • Mix your ingredients like the woman from the canderel advert.  Singing is optional.  Make sure your batter is a smooth consistency.
  • Pour your batter into the tin and pop it in the oven for 45 minutes
  • Use the skewer test to make sure it’s cooked the whole way through.
  • Once its cooled pour on your glaze and leave in the tin for  10 minutes after pouring.  This gives the loaf plenty of time to soak it up.  

We ate most of the loaf straight away.  It was really yummy but also very sticky and moist.  Almost a bit too much.  There were 2 slices left (I know I’m shocked too!)  Which I had with a coffee the following day.  I found it was better the next day as it had become more sticky and tasted amazing.  If you can stop yourself from eating it straight away its well worth the wait!

24 thoughts on “Stickly Lemon Drizzle Loaf

  1. Ooo this is fabulous – I love an easy cake recipe, will definitely give it a try! Thanks so much for linking up with #foodpornthursdays x

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    • Hey Claire thanks so much for the commenting I’ve made about 4 now they’re so easy and tasty brilliant for if its raining, you want to do something but don’t have any real motivation then this is def the go to bake! Stick a link in the comments if you write a post about your bake so other people can see how you got on! x

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  2. Ooh sounds lush & dead easy too, I might try baking this with the kids.Thanks so much for linking up to #SundaySweets, hope you’ve got something yummy to link up today. Old or new posts welcome x

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  3. You are so funny. I would have loved to have watched you put this together! LOL I miss great muffins and loaf cakes the most since going Gluten-Free, it’s just not quite the same. I so wish I could have one of these, my mouth is watering!! Have a great day. xx

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  4. Mmmmm that looks good.

    I have only made one lemon drizzle cake before and it was OK, just OK. This one looks much, much nicer. So tempted to give it ago but I’m trying to be good.😉

    #HappyDaysLinky

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