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Cheesecake voted Britain’s favorite teatime treat – see full list

A survey of 2,000 Britons found that classics like fruitcake, battenberg and red velvet were giving way to modern favorites like brownies and donuts, which made the top 10

Cheesecake was voted Britain's favorite dessert
Cheesecake was voted Britain’s favorite dessert

crumbs! Cheesecake has been crowned the country’s favorite tea-time treat, with a surprising result.

As the country prepares for the Queen’s platinum jubilee, a study has revealed that the baking world’s maverick has pushed traditional Victoria sponge cake into third place and chocolate cake into second place.

The survey of 2,000 Brits found that classics like fruitcake, battenberg and red velvet gave way to modern favorites like brownies and donuts, which made the top 10.

The recently arrived millionaire’s shortbread, retro casseroles, Black Forest cake and jam roll, and fine coffee and walnut cake all made the top 20.

According to the study, Brits bake at home once a month on average, and nearly four in 10 plan to rustle a Victoria sponge cake to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee bank holiday weekend, while one in five choose a vegan option.







According to the study, chocolate cake is the second most popular dessert
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The nation has a soft spot for cake, with adults scoffing at an average of 72 servings a year.

Special occasions like birthdays, weddings and anniversaries were the most popular times to eat cake.

Four in 10 also cut off a piece when craving a sweet treat, and more than a third gobbled it up for sheer enjoyment.

The study by Dr. Oetker Baking found that four in ten cake fans rated English breakfast tea as the best drink to serve with treats, a third preferred coffee and almost two in ten drank hot chocolate.







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Jen Brown, Cake Manager at Dr. Oetker says: “Baking is great fun, and you don’t have to be an expert to get creative in the kitchen.

“Something like a Victoria sponge or anniversary-themed cupcakes are a great place to start – both are simple but effective and make a wonderful way to pay tribute to the Queen.

“They’re also ideal baked goods to bake with friends or family, or just as an activity to enjoy on your own, a little me time.”

Brits’ 30 Best Cakes and Pastries

1. Cheesecake

2. Chocolate cake

3. Victoria sponge

4. Lemon Drizzle Cake

5. Donuts

6. Carrot Cake

7. Chocolate Fudge Cake

8. Chocolate cake

9. Sticky toffee pudding

10. Chocolate tribe

11. Millionaires/Caramel Shortbread

12. Coffee and walnut cake

13. Fruitcake

14. Black Forest Cake

15. Christmas cake

16. Flapjack

17. Blueberry Muffin

18. Battenberg

19. Chocolate and Salted Caramel Cake

20. Jam Roll

21. Fairy cake

22. Jamaican Gingerbread

23. Apple Pie

24. Banana Bread

25. Banana Cake

26. White chocolate and raspberry cake

27. Red Velvet Cake

28. Golden Syrup Cake

29. Fondant Fantasy

30. Madeira Cake

https://www.mirror.co.uk/money/cheesecake-voted-britains-favourite-teatime-27075045 Cheesecake voted Britain's favorite teatime treat - see full list

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