Cake of the Kings is traditionally baked in France to celebrate the 12th Night after Christmas. A popular ritual is to hide a bean inside the filling and the finder can claim to be king for the day. If you decide to do this make sure nobody swallows the bean whole. If you have a paper crown left over from your Christmas crackers this can be awarded to the winner to wear to wear as the kings crown.
220˚C, Fan 200˚C, 425˚F, Gas
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