Ginger nut tray bake recipes

Ginger Nut Biscuits

Ginger Nut Biscuits

Once completely cold, lay the biscuits onto a tray lined with baking parchment. Sieve together the flour, ginger and bicarbonate of soda into a large bowl
ginger nut granola.

ginger nut granola.

spread out on a baking tray. so with lots of nuts and seeds in there, i stirred in some stem ginger syrup for a zingy breakfast kick
Ginger Nuts

Ginger Nuts

Gingernuts are a type of biscuit (aka cookie) in the UK – and maybe other parts of the world, I can’t say for sure

Ginger Nuts ...

When you've got your biscuits all sized up position them on a baking tray lined with baking paper allowing space between them as they will spread a little as they bake

RECIPE: Carrot cake tray bake

Fold in the seeds/nuts if using. Instead I decided to go for a traybake. I bake a lot for work. I can’t eat most nuts so I find pumpkins seeds are a good substitute
Ginger Biscuits (Gluten, Dairy, Egg, Grain & Refined Sugar-free)

Ginger Biscuits (Gluten, Dairy, Egg, Grain & Refined Sugar-free)

So now I am officially creating recipes for Nature’s Path, using their wonderful gluten-free, organic breakfast cereals, the Zero Gluten Baker (the only bread maker that has a multitude of specific gluten-free bread programmes) and Coconut Merchant (using my favourite coconut products
Ginger & Dark Chocolate Biscotti

Ginger & Dark Chocolate Biscotti

Add chocolate, ginger and nuts and beat gently on a low speed to disperse through the dough. Preheat oven to 160ºC, bake. Tip the dough out onto a lined baking tray and shape into a rectangle approximately 40x12cm. Bake for 30mins until firm, but still light in colour. Cut into 1cm thick slices, and arrange cut side down on a lined baking tray. Bake for another 20-30mins at 150ºC, flipping each slice over half way through, until golden and hard. 1/2 cup crystallised ginger roughly chopped
Ginger Berry Nutty Crisp

Ginger Berry Nutty Crisp

I don’t think that enough emphasis is placed on it but it is essential to do this well so that your delicious and lovingly prepared bakes are easy to turn out and present
Ginger and Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies

Ginger and Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies

Packed with oats and dried fruits (I leave out nuts due to allergies), these ginger and cranberry oatmeal cookies give them a bit of extra energy for the long dark afternoons when they are playing at home
Ginger Cookies

Ginger Cookies

Gingernuts from Grandma’s or some lovely large spicy ginger biscuits made by a favourite shop or beloved friend
stem ginger florentines.

stem ginger florentines.

measure out your nuts, cherries and candied pieces at set aside ready to add later. when the mix is room temperature, dollop on a lined baking tray with a few cm apart
Chocolate, Ginger & Almond Biscotti

Chocolate, Ginger & Almond Biscotti

I went for one of my favourite flavour combinations – chocolate and ginger, there is a double hit of ginger, the dough is flavoured with ground ginger, cinnamon and nutmeg and I mixed in pieces of chopped crystallised ginger with chunks of dark chocolate and some blanched almonds
Ginger Fruit Flapjacks

Ginger Fruit Flapjacks

These no bake fruit and nut bars by Citrus Spice, or these yummy banana and blueberry granola bars by Rough Measures and take a look at Anne’s Kitchen for some fruity banana breakfast bars
Cashew nut & cocoa nib snaps

Cashew nut & cocoa nib snaps

If they do become too firm to cut easily, pop the tray back in the warm oven for a minute or two to soften up