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Jaffa drizzle loaf

Jaffa drizzle loaf Our family call it our Jaffa Cake Cake! Seriously Yum! You must try it, you will LOVE it!

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from annabelkarmel.com

Jelly Boats

These jelly boats are one of the most popular party foods that I make. Everyone is intrigued to find out how they are made and even the sails are edible!

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Terry's Chocolate Orange Cookies! Delicious Moist & Crunchy Cookies full to the brim with chunks of Terry’s Chocolate Orange – heavenly.

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from Great British Chefs

4 Takes on Jaffa Cake Recipes

Take a look at 4 of our own takes on Jaffa cake recipes for a tangy treat. Why…

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from delicious. magazine

Mary Berry’s very best chocolate and orange cake

Mary Berry’s very best chocolate and orange cake recipe. This cake can be made in a food processor or mixing machine, so it's very easy – a deliciously naughty icing too

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from Taming Twins

Chocolate Orange Cake

Chocolate Orange Layer Cake - The perfect alternative to a festive fruit cake for Christmas. Lovely layers of chocolate, sandwiches with orange flavoured chocolate buttercream. It's not Terry's... It's mine!

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from Lazy Cat Kitchen

Vegan chocolate orange pots

These indulgent chocolate orange pots only need 4 common ingredients and some chilling time.

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from supergoldenbakes.com

Jaffa Cake – Chocolate and Orange Layer Cake

A soft and springy sponge cake filled with orange marmalade and smothered in a chocolate mirror glaze. Easy, delicious & irresistible!

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from Lazy Cat Kitchen

Vegan baklava cigars

vegan baklava cigars, 1 cup / approx. 130 g almonds 1 cup / approx. 100 g walnuts zest of 1 lemon zest of 2 oranges 1½ tsp ground cinnamon 1/8 tsp fine sea salt ¼ cup + 1 tbsp / 75 ml maple syrup 3 vegan filo pastry sheets (mine were 35 x 46 cm / 14 x 18 “), thawed* 2 tbsp mild olive oil 1 tbsp shelled pistachios, very finely chopped

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from BBC Food

Mary Berry’s jaffa cakes

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 4.5cm/1¾in round biscuit cutter, 30x20cm/12x8in baking tray and a 12-hole shallow bun tin.

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