British Things Depicted with Jaffa Cakes

 


The Tower Bridge, in Jaffa Cakes

I've never had Jaffa Cakes before (well, are they cakes or biscuits?)
but they look delicious. No wonder then that Dominic Wilcox had to eat
hundreds of these cakes to create the "perfect" creations:
McVitie’s, the biscuit people, challenged me to create some
British themed creations using their Jaffa Cakes. I took my inspiration
from friends who described their strange and unique methods of eating
them. I started to nibble and pick away, going through 30 boxes of Jaffa
Cakes to try to get shapes that fitted with my British themed ideas.
One problem I had was when I got distracted by the radio and then looked
back to see I had eaten the Loch Ness monster. See the video and pictures
of what I came up with below.

Here are a few more:


The Loch Ness Monster in Jaffa Cakes


The Jaffa Cake Stonehenge (or is it Jaffa Cakehenge?)


The Queen's Head on a coin


The White Cliffs of Dover in Jaffa Cakes

See more at Dominic's website: Link
- via WeWasteTime


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They're cakes. If they were biscuits, we'd have to pay more tax on them, and the price would go up. ;)

If you get a chance to try them, don't pass it up! Especially the dark chocolate ones...
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I love these since a polish friend introduced me to them, but living in the states it's hit or miss if you can find an import store with all the flavors when you have a particular craving. :)
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They're officially cakes: biscuits go soft when stale whereas jaffa cakes, like all cakes, go hard.

And they're the most addictive things ever.
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