Pre-heat the oven to 170C and grease and line a 1ltr loaf tin
Place the oil, ginger honey, chopped ginger pieces and eggs into a large bowl and beat together well. Mash the banana with the golden syrup and yoghurt and add to the liquid and beat in, then sift in the dry ingredients and beat together well until you have a pale brown liquid batter
Pour into your greased loaf tin and bake for 45-50 minutes or until the cake is risen and golden and a skewer inserted comes out clean
The moment it comes out of the oven, brush a little runny honey over the top, then leave to cool in the tin for 10 mins before turning out onto a wire wrack to cool completely. Because it’s an oil cake with no sugar it will drop but this is supposed to happen and you’ll end up with a gloriously fudgy cake that, eaten warm, is a beautiful thing.
It's our fifth birthday at Two Busy Bees Honey! So thrilled to have made it to this business milestone. I have some very special celebrations planned for this month that I would like to share with you. Gifts, vouchers and discounts galore!
Come join me in the hive and receive a $5 gift card code, to use next time you are in store! Bee the first to know of exciting new products and limited edition launches.
Sunshine in your day!
My beehives are located in sunny sub-tropical Brisbane, QLD and the bees enjoy copious amounts of sunshine all year round. As an organic minded beekeeper I carefully harvest the delicious liquid golden sunshine so you too can enjoy a little sunshine in your day. You can come for a fun tour of the Apiary (Brisbane based) and if you want a backyard beehive of your very own, I have bees for that too!
I purchased some of the "Happy Bees for Sale" and can confirm the both the bees and the buyer are delighted.
Deborah and John were really helpful, giving some great suggestions when they helped out this first-timer. My bees are flourishing and I'm looking forward to harvesting my first honey later this year.