(I was one of those children who was emotionally scarred when it was explained that yeast was a Living Thing and that when you put it in the oven you Killed It Dead. I mean, emotionally scarred for about ten minutes, until I got hungry and ate a piece of toast.)
If you want to keep your kitchen a massacre-free zone (or you just can't be bothered with kneading, rising or proving (or both?)) this recipe is perfect. And it also means that what could have taken an entire day takes an hour, tops, and that's with fifty minutes baking time during which you can go back to series two of Buffy or brush your hair or something (okay, maybe most people brush their hair more often than I do. I'm told it shouldn't take fifty minutes).
The second option gives you a soft, honeyed, warm, cinnamon and ginger flavoured loaf. Right now.
Sitting in a house with it all day is probably not the answer if you intend your family to have some.
Adapted from http://flagrantedelicia.com/
250 g honey
250 g bread flour
5 g baking powder
100 g dark brown sugar
100 g butter
a pinch of salt
Cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg.
Pre-heat the oven to 160ºC. Grease a 19x9cm (7.5"x3.5") loaf pan and line with parchment paper.
Mix the ingredients together and pour the batter into the pan. Bake for 50 minutes.