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UK Favourite Cakes and Puddings Top Ten

As discovered by GoCompare in November last year.
I don't know how many people they asked. So let's not get upset if your favourite's not on there.
This list is a little bit odd, as no.1 doesn't sound like a cake or a pudding to me.
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Cream first then jam? Or jam first then cream? It's a serious issue.
1
Scones
Named after a queen (and empress) who liked a slice with her afternoon tea.
2
Victoria sponge
Pub grub favourite for the winter. Sticky because of the dates.
3
Sticky toffee pudding
Traditional Scottish buttery biscuit with pricked-fork decorative holes.
4
Shortbread
Summery dessert with fruit and whipped cream. Alternatively, the state of the current government.
5
Eton mess
Grate a sour fruit into this cake mixture, and later pour over a syrup made with its juice.
6
Lemon drizzle cake
Unspecified in the poll, but a flour/butter/sugar topping to apple, rhubarb or other fruit. With custard!
7
Crumble
People who turn their nose up at vegetables might eat them in this cake.
8
Carrot cake
Almond-flavoured pud from Derbyshire. Icing and glace cherry optional.
9
Bakewell tart
Flattish creations containing dried fruit and spices, cooked on a bakestone. Called 'picau ar y maen' in its UK country of birth.
10
Welsh cakes
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Level 77
Apr 10, 2020
Is it scone to rhyme with gone, or scone to rhyme with cone? :)
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Level 63
Apr 10, 2020
Don't even go there. (Why are scones so very controversial?)