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  1. I can't choose between Simnel cake and chocolate, can I have both? ;)

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  2. It's cake there's no need to have a favourite lol but if I had to pick a Victoria sandwich with a strawberry jam filling

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  3. That's a tough one but it has to be chocolate cake.

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  4. The recipe I found for a chocolate mocca cake is yum! or lemon Cake

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  5. Lemon Drizzle. Super moist. It's the best

    @auntygeek (Twitter)

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  6. Sometimes you just can't beat a good Victoria Sponge :)

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  7. Chocolate Cake Chocolate Cake Chocolate Cake and more Chocolate Cake please

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  8. coffee and walnut cake for me please:)

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  9. coffee and walnut cake for me please:)

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  10. Carrot cake with cream cheese icing. Heaven.

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  11. I like Red Velvet with Cream Cheese Frosting

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  12. That's a hard choice, probably Lemon Drizzle cake

    kirstyjfox [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  13. Home made swiss roll with raspberry jam

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  14. chocolate cake - any type!!!

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  15. My favourite cake is banana cake.

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  16. Ooh definitely warm velvet chocolate cake

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  17. Chocolate cake & jello! Yummy!! :)

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  18. christine shelley1 March 2014 at 16:54

    victoria sponge

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  19. My favourite is Chocolate Fudge Cake, especially warm with ice-cream.

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  20. My favourite is Chocolate Fudge Cake, especially warm and served with ice-cream.

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  21. Carrot cake is my favourite

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  22. chocolate cake = laura jayne bates

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  23. yummy choclate cake x maria blythin

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  24. My favourite cake is lemon drizzle cake.

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  25. Lemon meringue although I find it impossible to make myself!

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  26. carrot cake mmmm

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  27. Chocolate cake

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  28. I love a freshly baked victoria sponge cake!

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  30. Just love coffee and walnut

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  31. I love a traditional triple layer victoria sponge! Yum! :)

    Jen xx
    www.kitsch-n-sync.com

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  32. Suzanne Jackson6 March 2014 at 10:47

    coconut cake x

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  33. Chocolate with peanut butter frosting

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  34. victoria sponge ;)

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  35. chocolate fudge cake - without a doubt

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  36. Tunisian Orange and Almond cake is my current favourite :)

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  37. Pecan and coffee cake, yummy! x

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  38. Lemon drizzle is my favourite but I also love a good Chocolate Cake.

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  40. carrot cake

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  41. Love a home made Victoria sponge x

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  42. Chocolate cake with ganache - I like saying 'ganache' too which makes it even better! :-)

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  43. Coffee cake - but no walnuts! #allergic lol

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  44. RED VELVET WITH CREAM CHEESE FROSTING!

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  45. Coffee & walnut

    @jaizduck

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  46. Lemon Drizzle Cake and so easy to make!

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  47. I love red velvet cake but you don't really get it in the UK

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  48. Angel Cake so light and fluffy yum!!

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  49. tough choice between chocolate cake and carrot cake, if it's got cream cheese icing that usually tips it

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  50. I love coffee and walnut ... yummy! :-)

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  51. Ooh that's tough! I love chocolate cake, carrot cake and I did have a go at making a Bailey's Irish Cream flavoured one - yum!

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  53. Double chocolate fudge cake. Yum!

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  54. I love coffee and walnut cake, or carrot cake :)

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  55. yummmmmmmmm, chocolate always wins!!!!

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  56. Any kind of chocolate cake

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  57. Any kind of chocolate cake

    Trevor Linvell

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  58. Judy Beba-Thompson10 March 2014 at 14:19

    Oh dear, I didn't want to be anonymous (above) ! Not sure what went wrong. Anyway, my fave of all time is lemon sponge with lemon buttercream icing - as above.

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  59. Annette Benjamin10 March 2014 at 14:44

    Is banoffee pie a cake?! I hope so, if not Victoria sponge!

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  60. I'm a carrot cake fanatic

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  61. I love chocolate cake to feed my addiction :)

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  62. I like a Battenburg!!

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  63. Any type of chocolate cake! I'm not fussy :)

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