Total Time
55mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 45 mins

This has been a favourite for years AND so easy to make. Not too sure about the name though!

Directions

  1. Mix everything BUT NOT the milk.
  2. Heat the milk to just below boiling then pour over mixed ingredients.
  3. Mix well or until butter has melted (although I have left some whole bits in).
  4. Pour into a greased lamington tin
  5. Bake 45 minutes @ 180°C.
  6. Serve with a dusting of icing sugar.
Most Helpful

The recipe sounds delicious BUT in order for me to make it, I need the break-down from grams and ml to cups. A Lamington pan measures out to a 13"x9"x2" pan.

Lori91761 June 24, 2008

I asked my husband (who doesn't cook) to make this cake for me one day while I was bussy. He added lots of greated fresh ginger including the recommended 1 TBS ginger. The cake was for my fathers birthday, he Loves ginger! (hense the added fresh ginger). The cake was SO YUMMY!! I asked him to make one for our son's 2nd birthday. We liked it so much I made up the recipe and put the mix into a piping bag and made mini ginger biscuites and added a filling (ginger kisses). They didn't last long. Thanks for sharing this yummy cake recipe!

trisbert September 23, 2008

Fresh ginger is one of my favorite things so when I saw this cake knew I had try it. Had to get down my trusty scale to figure out the amounts, and that worked fine. I did double the amount of fresh ginger and had to use corn syrup as had no golden. With those 2 changes it still came out lovely, topped with a sprinkle of powder sugar and a dollop of whipped cream. Fit perfect in my 9x13 pan

Bonnie G #2 May 01, 2016