Arm of the Gypsy refers to a Spanish dessert which is very common in Pulpi, Almeria. Arm of the Gypsy is a rolled-up sponge cake that is filled with almond cream or some type of jelly and then sprinkled with honey or sugar for a glaze. The Arm of the Gypsy cake is sliced up before serving and can be served with fresh fruit or whipped cream.

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