This is our site about Jaffa Cakes. The market leaders in Jaffa Cakes are McVities, but McVitie’s Jaffa Cakes are not the only kind you can find. Most supermarkets do their own make of Jaffa Cake, and we are sure there must be many other places to buy them. Why not leave a comment below if you can recommend to our readers a particularly delicious type of Jaffa Cake?
So down to the description and I’m sure if you have never tasted one, you had better try one soon because you are missing out on a truly delicious delicacy. Jaffa Cakes are a type of cake but they actually look more like biscuits. This has lead to some controversy about whether Jaffa Cakes are cakes or biscuits: you can find out more about this issue by following the links below. A Jaffa Cake is a bit smaller than a Mcvities digestive biscuit, but is definitely not like other Mcvities biscuits. It is a type of very light and airy sponge, topped with a type of orange jelly, which is covered with dark chocolate.
Mcvities have recently brought out new flavours of Jaffa Cakes ranging from blackcurrant to apricot, but the traditional orangey Jaffa Cake is definitely the most famous, and we think the tastiest. But you might disagree, and we are definitely willing to admit that we are wrong if contradicted by popular opinion, so why not leave us a comment if you are a great fan of a different flavour of Jaffa Cake and tell us why you like it so much.
Before you visit the rest of our site to find out more about Jaffa Cakes, why not leave a quick note to tell us which part of them is the best. Is it the light airy sponge? Is it the orangey jelly? Or is it the chocolate? (Mcvities chocolate we think would definitely take some beating!)
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