2 lb Ye Olde English, Non-Alcoholic Fruitcake

(4 customer reviews)

$31.99

Description

This Kosher certified fruitcake blends the finest fruits and nuts in a rich butter batter. It is a traditional holiday cake that contains no bitter citron or chewy orange peel that hamper eating enjoyment! Plus no alcohol!

Directions

PLEASE REFRIGERATE AT LEAST 24 HOURS BEFORE SLICING. USE NON-SERRATED (STRAIGHT EDGE) KNIFE TO CUT CAKE TO AVOID CRUMBLING.

Ingredients

Glace Red Cherries (cherries, corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, water, citric acid, natural & artificial flavor, potassium sorbate & sodium benzoate [preservatives], Red 40, sulfur dioxide [preservative]), Raisins, Flour (bleached wheat flour, malted barley flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), Glace Pineapple (pineapple, corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, water, citric acid, natural & artificial flavor, potassium sorbate & sodium benzoate [preservatives], oleoresin turmeric [color], sulfur dioxide [preservative]), Eggs, Butter (cream [Milk], salt), Sugar, Water, Walnuts, Pecans, Bleached Wheat Flour, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Salt, Nonfat Dry Milk, Glace (water, sugar, corn syrup, pectin, citric acid, potassium sorbate [preservative], artificial flavor, carrageenan, sodium phosphate, sodium metabisulfite [preservative], paprika [color]), Sodium Propionate (preservative), Preservative Enzyme (maltodextrin, mineral oil, enzyme, potato starch), Natural and Artificial Flavor, Yellow 5, Yellow 6

Allergen Statement

Eggs, Milk, Pecans, Walnuts, Wheat. Manufactured on shared equipment with Tree Nuts and Soy. Contains Sulfites.

Dimensions

Retail Box – “7 x 6-1/2 x 2-1/4” 1 cake/unit Weight – 2 lbs.

4 reviews for 2 lb Ye Olde English, Non-Alcoholic Fruitcake

  1. Linda

    If you were ever a fan of Sears fruitcake in the gold tin that was sold for years, this is it. I love this and my husband who is anti fruitcake loves it too.

  2. Ernie Stiles (verified owner)

    This is the best fruit cake I have found since Sears stopped selling them. I have been searching for quite awhile since I could not get Sears butter batter fruitcake and was ready to give up until I found this one. This the only fruitcake I would recommend, and I have tried many other ones that disappointed.

  3. Pat Thompson (verified owner)

    GREAT fruit cake, as stated elsewhere, they’re as good as the Sears Butter batter cakes, and BETTER than the other well touted cakes from Texas etc. Can’t miss with these. (and I’d know, I even grew fond of the little tinned fruitcakes we got out of the C-ration boxes in Vietnam I was so hungry for fruitcake and they were sort of bad)

  4. Debbie Potter

    Echoing the other posts I believe this is the old Sears butter batter fruitcake. It’s the only fruitcake my husband and I will eat. We tried so many other brands trying to figure out who made the Sears fruitcakes. Just wish it came in a larger tin, but people would probably complain about the cost. We enjoy that it has “cake” to it – love the proportions. Also appreciate that it isn’t “drowned” in alcohol as we just don’t care for that

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