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Because ladies and gentleman, the largest Jaffa Cake ever to exist on this earth has been baked.
Measuring a massive four feet in diameter, this chocolatey orange beast has beaten the previous record-breaking Jaffa Cake which was a measly less-than-three foot.
If you’re feeling pretty confident that you’d be able to eat this bad boy after having eaten a whole pack in a single sitting once, think again – this is nearly 23 times as large as a normal Jaffa Cake, while your average packet usually contains just 12 of the treats.
It was made by 2013 Great British Bake Off champion Frances Quinn along with Hambleton bakery in West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire.
Unsurprisingly, the bakery’s kitchen was only just big enough to give birth to this god of confectionery as Frances had to use six kilogrammes each of butter, sugar and flour, three litres of marmalade, nine litres of orange jelly, 120 eggs and – wait for it – 20 kilogrammes of dark chocolate.
Nottinghamshire – you’ve done the UK proud.
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