Jaffa sorbet

Jaffa sorbet

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Ready in about 5 minutes


Make the most of your Jaffa Cakes with this low-fat dessert - ideal after a food-laden Christmas

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  • Jaffa Cakes
  • orange or mango sorbet
  • raspberry sauce


  1. Arrange a Jaffa Cake (a good low-fat choice) with a scoop of orange or mango sorbet, and drizzle with a little bought raspberry sauce.

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5th Jan, 2020
Wow!! This recipe is like so technical....... So technical that they forget to point out you need like a bowl to serve it in and stuff :D
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14th Jan, 2017
Well in that case, here's my recipe for a little treat I like to call 'Boiled egg'. Ingredients: Egg Water Method: Boil the egg in the water. There y'go. No need to thank me.
24th Jul, 2015
Open a packet of Jaffa Cakes and serve with a cup of tea. This recipe writing is a doddle!!!!!
6th Mar, 2015
"Recipe" What the...???? What next? Serve bought apple pie with tinned custard? smh @BBC.
10th May, 2013
Ha ha!! Genius. This is like a recipe from 'Viz' magazine!
20th Jan, 2012
I really don't think this deserves to be on this site as a 'recipe'.
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