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Fruit Curds

Top Baked Goods With Tart and Tangy Traditional English Fruit Curds

Fruit Curds

Top Baked Goods With Tart and Tangy Traditional English Fruit Curds


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You asked for them and we found them! After taste-testing spoonful after spoonful of lackluster fruit curds, we discovered these vibrant, fruity gems in jolly ol’ England. Available in lemon, lime, and raspberry, these award-winning fruit curds spread easily on crumpets, scones, and English muffins, and add a tangy touch to tarts, trifles, and thumbprint cookies. Simmered in small batches with real butter and eggs from nearby farms and flavored with natural lemon oil, lime oil, or raspberry juice, these genuine English fruit curds are soft, thick, and perhaps the most intensely flavored fruit curds we’ve ever tried. 11 oz. jar.

  • Small batch fruit curds made with farm fresh eggs and real butter
  • Naturally gluten-free with no artificial colors, preservatives, or fillers
  • Handmade in Wales with traditional methods from the 16th century
  • Soft, thick, and spreadable

Spoon or spread luscious fruit curd on scones, pound cake, fresh fruit, or even ice cream for a tangy treat that’s unparalleled in taste and tradition.

Fruit Curds

Safety Warnings

Allergen warning: Contains Egg and Milk.

Ingredients

This is not a Kosher food.
Lemon Curd:
Sugar, Eggs. Lemon juice, Butter, Citric acid, Gelling agent: Fruit
pectin, Lemon oil.
Key Lime Curd: Sugar, Key Lime juice, Eggs, Butter, Lime oil, Gelling
agent: Fruit pectin.
Raspberry Curd:
Sugar, Raspberry juice, Eggs, Butter, Citric acid, Gelling agent: Fruit
pectin.

Specifications

Shelf Life: 3 Years

Nutrition
Nutritional ItemQuantity% of Daily
Requirements
FDA Exempt
Origin

Manufactured In: England

Material - Country Of Origin: England

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Better than choclate cake and less calories. I'm trying to lose weight and low cal bread with fruit curd makes you feel like youre having dessert. May 3, 2013
good made better i am the keeper of our family cookie. a type of shortbread with a jam layer and a shortbread lattice topping. usually i used a home-made raspberry freezer jam. i wasn't able to make it this year, the jam, and was a bit upset with only the cooked store jams. i saw this product and thought.. it won't hurt to try.. so when i got the product, i used both on the dough. it replicated the sweet-tart flavor that i wanted for these much sought after cookies.. thanks for helping me to not disappoint my family and friends. December 30, 2012
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