The "honest and compelling story of love, sex, lies and betrayal" proved a hit with audiences thanks to the compelling story in which nothing was ever as it seemed.
Dawn and Emilia have signed up to reprise their roles as sparring hoteliers in Sky's most successful drama series of the last 12 months.
Emilia, 42, said: “I am absolutely thrilled that there is going to be a second helping of Delicious!
"It was a delight to work on in every way and the response from the audience was such a joy.
Delicious season 2: Dawn French and Emilia Fox RETURN as rivals in sex and betrayal drama
I am utterly delighted that there will be more of Delicious.
"I can't wait to be back working with Dawn and the wonderful cast and crew on more Delicious storylines from [writer] Dan [Sefton]. Thank you to Sky for inviting us back!"
Dawn, 59, revealed that she was also excited to be back, adding: “I am utterly delighted that there will be more of Delicious.
"It is that rare thing where everything from every department comes together well, and Dan is already cooking up some remarkable storylines.
She continued to Radio Times: "I can't wait to be back in Gina's apron, up to my elbows in flour and up to my neck in trouble. Bring it on!”
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Iain Glen and Sheila Hancock starred in the first series, but are yet to announce any reprisals.
Based in Cornwall, the average cumulative audience reached 1.87 million per episode during the first series.
Writer Dan and director Clare Kilner are teaming up once again with creators Bandit Television for the new series.
Delicious is expected to return to Sky One in late 2017 or early 2018.