Homemade Jaffa Cakes | Marsha's Baking Addiction

Homemade Jaffa Cakes | Marsha's Baking Addiction

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Simon Rimmer's recipe for homemade jaffa cakes is well worth the effort

Simon Rimmer's recipe for homemade jaffa cakes is well worth the effort

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Homemade Jaffa Cakes | Marsha's Baking Addiction

Homemade Jaffa Cakes | Marsha's Baking Addiction

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Giant Jaffa cake recipe

Giant Jaffa cake recipe

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Teatime just got better with our giant version of a Jaffa cake. The soft sponge base, zingy orange jelly and generous layer of chocolate.

Teatime just got better with our giant version of a Jaffa cake. The soft sponge base, zingy orange jelly and generous layer of chocolate.

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Give Mary Berry's jaffa cakes from Great British Bake Off a whirl.

Give Mary Berry's jaffa cakes from Great British Bake Off a whirl.

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Take a look at 4 of our own takes on Jaffa cake recipes for a tangy treat. Why not cook some for yourself in preparation for the Great British Bake Off.

Take a look at 4 of our own takes on Jaffa cake recipes for a tangy treat. Why not cook some for yourself in preparation for the Great British Bake Off.

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Do you ever get cravings for things you loved as a kid? For me it is  butterscotch Angel Delight (which of course is the best flavour), Jaffa  Cakes and Custard Creams. When I was younger, actually who am I kidding  still now, I had a very specific way of eating a Jaffa Cake. You nibble the  cake around the edge avoiding the jelly, gently peel the sponge from the  back and then place the chocolate coated jelly into your mouth, sucking off  the chocolate. Weird? A little! Delicious…

Do you ever get cravings for things you loved as a kid? For me it is butterscotch Angel Delight (which of course is the best flavour), Jaffa Cakes and Custard Creams. When I was younger, actually who am I kidding still now, I had a very specific way of eating a Jaffa Cake. You nibble the cake around the edge avoiding the jelly, gently peel the sponge from the back and then place the chocolate coated jelly into your mouth, sucking off the chocolate. Weird? A little! Delicious…

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Jaffa cakes are no where near as tricky to make at home as you might think. The only fiddly bit is making the chocolate look perfect – but they're still great if you just spoon it over.  For this recipe you will need a 5cm/2in round biscuit cutter, a 30x20cm/12x8in baking tray and a 12-hole shallow bun tin.

Jaffa cakes are no where near as tricky to make at home as you might think. The only fiddly bit is making the chocolate look perfect – but they're still great if you just spoon it over. For this recipe you will need a 5cm/2in round biscuit cutter, a 30x20cm/12x8in baking tray and a 12-hole shallow bun tin.

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