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Jaffa Cake Doughnuts Are Now A Thing

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Jaffa Cake Doughnuts Are Now A Thing

Jaffa Cakes are great, donuts are great, so why not combine the two?

This is the genius-level thinking behind McVitie's latest creation - introducing the Jonut.

The latest entry to the orange chocolate craze (one that we are all totally here for) is from the leaders of this classic flavour combo.

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First spotted on Instagram via @uksnackattack, these delectable-looking doughnuts are described as a "magic Jaffa combo with a twist".

The twist being that it features the staple rich chocolate and citrus-fresh orange we enjoy in the original cake/biscuits (that's a debate for another day) in the form of a soft doughnut-shaped sponge.

Mmmm, anyone else's mouth watering right now? Looks like we've found our new elevenses fave.

According to the Insta post, each pack will come with four Jonuts and they'll be suitable for vegetarians.

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The only downside? They haven't officially hit shelves yet but we do know is that they'll be available to buy from Iceland and are "coming soon".

Keep an eye out for updates on the launch date.

It might be worth getting in a bottle of Jaffa Cake gin beforehand because you just know these two would make the perfect pair.

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Yes, that's right - Jaffa Cake gin is a thing in case you missed this breaking news the first time round.

Announced last year, Master of Malt's ultimate drink fusion celebrates the classic flavour combo, and is distilled with oranges, fresh orange peel, cocoa powder and actual Jaffa Cakes.

Allow us to give you a full breakdown of this taste sensation.

The opening flavour notes are rather like a zingy orange marmalade, which is soon overtaken by a deep chocolate undertone.

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Credit: Master of Malt
Credit: Master of Malt

Elsewhere in the mix are hints of vanilla-rich cake and almond, along with that juniper bite.

To finish, the orangery notes fade to comforting hot cocoa with a subtle hint of bitter dark chocolate, making it sound like an altogether different kind of Jaffa Cake experience.

If you don't have a sweet tooth, worry not. The gin is delicately sweet rather than sickly or liqueur-like.

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Daisy Phillipson
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