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Easy Orange Ginger Loaf

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Easy Orange Ginger Loaf

Like that chap from that movie who used to put Windex on everything, my mom believes that ginger is the solution to all problems. If we’ve got stomach woes, she tries to get us to eat ginger. If we are breaking out, she tries to convince us to drink ginger tea. If we complain about each other’s bad breath, she’s trying to force raw ginger down our throats…though, ginger breath is pretty ridic itself! The same goes for if we are feeling under the weather.
Speaking of feeling under the weather, have you noticed how as soon as a major event comes to pass (no matter if said major event was joyous or stressful) you tend to fall sick? Or, is that just me? During my move and even after, through all the unpacking, I felt like I was riding on an adrenaline wave! Then, as soon as the dust settled on the unpacked boxes, the sniffles started creeping in. And, o add to it, we are smack dab in the middle of germ season too!

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Soup And Crackers

*Serving Suggestion

While I do heed my mom’s advice and sneak ginger into the foods I eat, I also like to head to Kroger and stock up on Campbell’s® soup, Lipton tea, Premium Crackers, Theraflu and TYLENOL® brands for any emergency cough, cold and flu situation! When I feel like I’m on the cusp of getting sick, I always crave comforting baked treats (maybe it’s because I grew up with a father who would often tell my sister and I to “feed a cold and starve a fever” – which wasn’t based on any scientific knowledge whatsoever).

Orange Ginger Loaf
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So, I usually bake loaves like this Easy Orange Ginger Loaf to keep on hand along with a supply of:
Campbell’s® soup
Campbell’s® soups are made for Real, Real Life® and warm you up when you need it most.    They also don’t contain any artificial colors/flavors.
• Lipton Tea
Lipton’s new wellness range of herbal supplements boosted with botanicals are said to help:
a) Soothe Your Tummy – with Ginger, Peppermint, Fennel in a Caffeine Free Herbal Supplement
b) Provide Daily Support – with Turmeric, Echinacea, Ginger Herbal Supplement with Green Tea
c) Bedtime Bliss – Chamomile, Mint, Orange Peels in a Caffeine Free Herbal Supplement
d) And, a Wellness, Wellbeing, Herbal Supplement, with Natural Essential Oils
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, cure or prevent disease.
• Premium Crackers
Nabisco PREMIUM is the #1 saltine cracker and a delightful Soup and Chili accompaniment as well as being used for upset stomachs, morning sickness, etc.
• Theraflu
Which provides powerful relief without a prescription and comes in:
a) Multi-symptom severe packets: #1 cold & flu hot liquid brand for powerful symptom relief* (*Based on IRI data as of 4/23/17)
b) Express Max Severe Cold & Flu: Defeat 7 cold & flu symptoms fast. Defeats sore throat, nasal congestion, chest congestion, fever, cough, headache, body aches.
• Tylenol TYLENOL®
Provides all in one Cold and Flu symptom relief and is the #1 doctor recommended pain relief brand
Also available in Pediatric, Children’s TYLENOL® Grape, Family Multi symptom cold and flu relief, Day Night Pack, and Honey Lemon Liquid, to name a few.

Now, getting back to this Orange Ginger Loaf, it is really so easy to make, with only 8 ingredients – which you probably already have lying around. It uses olive oil instead of butter and fresh orange juice instead of milk. Stiffly beaten egg whites make it light and airy, and ginger adds in just another level of flavor. Also, it keeps my mom happy to know ginger is involved!

Orange Ginger Loaf Sick Day Solutions

Now tell me, what’s in your emergency flu and cold kit?

If you just happen to not have one, then head on over to Kroger and make sure to stock up on Campbell’s® soup, Lipton tea, Premium Crackers, Theraflu and TYLENOL® brands. If you’d like more info about these brands, make sure to click here to get to the social hub. Also, if you are a fan of deals (who isn’t – right?) then check out this link for all sorts of savings on these brands! Now, don’t forget to grab the ingredients for this Easy Orange Ginger Loaf as well, while you are at Kroger so you can get home and give this a try!

Easy Orange Ginger Loaf

Easy Orange Ginger Loaf

Yield: 8
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour 10 minutes

Ginger and Orange unite in this delightfully delicious, butter-free, loaf-cake!

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 cups all purpose flour
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 2 tsps baking powder
  • 1/2 cup olive oil
  • 1/2 cup orange juice + 1/2 tsp orange zest
  • 1 tsp freshly grated ginger
  • 4 egg whites

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Add flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt to a bowl and mix with a spatula.
  3. Then pour in the orange juice, olive oil, orange zest and ginger and mix with the spatula.
  4. Then, using a handheld mixer, beat the egg whites till they are stiff. Using the same spatula, fold the egg whites into the orange ginger loaf batter gently and until well incorporated. Pour dough into a parchment lined loaf pan and bake for 1 hour. Your Kitchen will smell heavenly - but resist the urge to open the oven till the hour is up. Let come to room temperature and enjoy as is or with whipped cream and fruit.
Nutrition Information
Yield 8
Amount Per Serving Calories 293Saturated Fat 1gSodium 172mgCarbohydrates 38gSugar 20gProtein 4g

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Easy Orange Ginger Loaf For Those Sick Days

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Adina

Wednesday 17th of January 2018

A perfect looking loaf, I would love a slice! Where was that Windex person, was it the Greek wedding movie? I have a scene in a car in my mind but I am not sure anymore, it was a long time ago. :)

puja

Tuesday 16th of January 2018

I do agree with your Mom that ginger is good for many things, My mom would always tell me to fry some ginger along with some garlic, onion, and ghee. And guess what? it used to be a very effective remedy for a cough. I always prefer to have strong ginger tea, whenever I am down with cold. But you know what, my daughter is totally opposite to me. She just doesn't like ginger. In fact, if I cook something by adding ginger to it. She doesn't prefer to eat that. BTW the orange ginger loaf sounds tasty... thanks for sharing.... Pinned :)

Dawn - Girl Heart Food

Tuesday 16th of January 2018

Haha! Ginger is pretty amazing...though, I wauldn't want to eat it raw! I remember several years ago we moved and it was literally right before Christmas. Hubby lost weight and I got a cold. It was rough trying to get everything done. We didn't even have our tree decorated that year, but at least we were moved in, lol. I love orange in baked goods and paired with ginger, I bet it is AMAZING!! And sooooo much better than raw ginger, lol. Stay warm and well, my friend! XOXO

David @ Spiced

Tuesday 16th of January 2018

Raw ginger? Umph. Although I do have to agree with your mom a bit on the ginger front. My belly was really mad at me over the weekend, and I sipped on a ginger ale...totally did the trick! But now I'm wishing I had a slice of this loaf cake alongside that ginger ale. It looks perfectly baked, Shashi! And the flavors sounds phenomenal. Thanks so for sharing...and for the reminder to stock up on Tylenol for the cold season! :-)