Lancashire Eccles Cakes, 12 Cakes
Just how decadent are English Eccles cakes? In 1653 the Puritans banned them due to their exotic richness, but obviously to no avail as these sinfully delicious cakes continue to tempt palates the world over. Originating in Eccles, England, hence their name, they're made by stuffing raisins and currants in a buttery pastry. The sum of which is a flaky treat with a sweet, buttery flavor that's hard to resist. Ideal for serving warm with tea or coffee or as a dessert.
- Buttery and flaky
- Filled raisins and currants
- Best served warm and buttered
- Three 7 oz. packages (4 cakes per package; 12 cakes total)
- Made in England
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