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Lancashire Eccles Cakes - 4 Pack - 7oz (198g)

Lancashire Eccles Cakes - 4 Pack - 7oz (198g)
SKU: TEAFDCO1000035247
MPN: CB364
$6.49
$5.09


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    Still made the same way since the 1930s.
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$6.49
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  • Details

    Eccles Cakes are handmade and consist of a mixture of the finest Vostizza currants, raisins, butter and sugar enclosed in a shell of flaky, buttery pastry.

    Believed to have originated in the town of Eccles, England, no one can be certain of the date that Eccles Cakes were first made. Lancashire has been using the same family recipe since the 1930's in their bakery just a short distance from Eccles. The making of Eccles Cake is very labor intensive as each one is made by hand.

    Net Weight: 7 ounces (198 grams)

    Ingredients: Raisins, Currants, Fortified Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour ,Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin (B3), Thiamin (B1)), Butter(Milk) (9.1%), Sugar, Water, Vegetable Fat (Palm oil , Rapeseed oil) ,Vegetable Margarine (Palm oil, Palm Kernel oil , Rapeseed oil) ,Dried Skimmed Milk, Salt

    Please note: This item cannot ship to Canada. Canada prohibits dairy and beef products manufactured in the United Kingdom to be shipped into Canada. Thank you.

  • Additional Information
    Clearance Non-Clearance
    Country Of Origin United Kingdom
    Manufacturer Online Stores, Inc.
    Season Everyday
    Net Weight 7.05oz (200g)
    Size 198g
    Product Type Cookies
    Left Overlay Image made-uk-prod.png
    Brand Online Stores Inc
  • 29 Reviews

    29 Reviews

    • 5
      Great Eccles cakes, just like home, am ordering more next time

      Posted by Anne on Sep 23rd 2019

      Great buy, I ate them all myself, didn’t even share!

    • 5
      Excellent tea-time snack

      Posted by TrishaM on Sep 22nd 2019

      These are wonderful little cakes, with a lovely flaky crust and a moist and generous filling. They're fancy enough to serve to guests, more substantial than a cookie, and not too sweet but just the right size to accompany a cup of tea. If you wanted to make them more of a 'dessert' for the sweet-toothed in your family you could drizzle them with icing or melted chocolate, but personally I love them just as they are. Highly recommended!

    • 5
      Wonderful

      Posted by jo on Jul 31st 2019

      Really delicious and wonderful warmed.

    • 5
      Eccles was a character in Goons Show centuries ago

      Posted by The Chocolatier on Feb 26th 2019

      He no doubt would have approved of these tasty delights, as I do, I can't stop eating them.

    • 5
      Delicious!

      Posted by Steve on Feb 22nd 2019

      These are really tasty....fresh and delicious!

    • 5
      Wonderful

      Posted by Nigel on Jan 15th 2019

      Wonderful

    • 5
      Great!

      Posted by Buttons on Oct 17th 2018

      These were so delicious, warmed them up & loved them!

    • 5
      Delicious!

      Posted by Barb on Sep 24th 2018

      Eccles cakes were brought back from the third crusade. They were common in Latin Christendom. Crusaders really liked them. Studying about the third crusade, I had to try the modern version. I absolutely love them. I love raisins and dry fruit of the like. They were warm and tasty. I’m getting more for the holidays!

    • 5
      A Taste of Northern England

      Posted by Mark on Sep 18th 2018

      The Eccles Cakes lasted for just a few moments. They were delightful and couldn't resist them. They come from Lancashire and lose nothing in their trip to the U.S.

Eccles Cakes are handmade and consist of a mixture of the finest Vostizza currants, raisins, butter and sugar enclosed in a shell of flaky, buttery pastry.

Believed to have originated in the town of Eccles, England, no one can be certain of the date that Eccles Cakes were first made. Lancashire has been using the same family recipe since the 1930's in their bakery just a short distance from Eccles. The making of Eccles Cake is very labor intensive as each one is made by hand.

Net Weight: 7 ounces (198 grams)

Ingredients: Raisins, Currants, Fortified Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour ,Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin (B3), Thiamin (B1)), Butter(Milk) (9.1%), Sugar, Water, Vegetable Fat (Palm oil , Rapeseed oil) ,Vegetable Margarine (Palm oil, Palm Kernel oil , Rapeseed oil) ,Dried Skimmed Milk, Salt

Please note: This item cannot ship to Canada. Canada prohibits dairy and beef products manufactured in the United Kingdom to be shipped into Canada. Thank you.

Clearance Non-Clearance
Country Of Origin United Kingdom
Manufacturer Online Stores, Inc.
Season Everyday
Net Weight 7.05oz (200g)
Size 198g
Product Type Cookies
Left Overlay Image made-uk-prod.png
Brand Online Stores Inc

29 Reviews

  • 5
    Great Eccles cakes, just like home, am ordering more next time

    Posted by Anne on Sep 23rd 2019

    Great buy, I ate them all myself, didn’t even share!

  • 5
    Excellent tea-time snack

    Posted by TrishaM on Sep 22nd 2019

    These are wonderful little cakes, with a lovely flaky crust and a moist and generous filling. They're fancy enough to serve to guests, more substantial than a cookie, and not too sweet but just the right size to accompany a cup of tea. If you wanted to make them more of a 'dessert' for the sweet-toothed in your family you could drizzle them with icing or melted chocolate, but personally I love them just as they are. Highly recommended!

  • 5
    Wonderful

    Posted by jo on Jul 31st 2019

    Really delicious and wonderful warmed.

  • 5
    Eccles was a character in Goons Show centuries ago

    Posted by The Chocolatier on Feb 26th 2019

    He no doubt would have approved of these tasty delights, as I do, I can't stop eating them.

  • 5
    Delicious!

    Posted by Steve on Feb 22nd 2019

    These are really tasty....fresh and delicious!

  • 5
    Wonderful

    Posted by Nigel on Jan 15th 2019

    Wonderful

  • 5
    Great!

    Posted by Buttons on Oct 17th 2018

    These were so delicious, warmed them up & loved them!

  • 5
    Delicious!

    Posted by Barb on Sep 24th 2018

    Eccles cakes were brought back from the third crusade. They were common in Latin Christendom. Crusaders really liked them. Studying about the third crusade, I had to try the modern version. I absolutely love them. I love raisins and dry fruit of the like. They were warm and tasty. I’m getting more for the holidays!

  • 5
    A Taste of Northern England

    Posted by Mark on Sep 18th 2018

    The Eccles Cakes lasted for just a few moments. They were delightful and couldn't resist them. They come from Lancashire and lose nothing in their trip to the U.S.

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