Grandpa’s Boiled Fruit Cake by Bizzibeans – Handmade Bar Shaped Traditional Fruitcake – Dairy Free Loaf – Perfect For Afternoon Tea ,”HANDMADE IN SUFFOLK: Every single loaf is handmade to the original recipe at our artisan bakery in beautiful Suffolk. The process starts with gently boiling the fruit, sugar and spices leaving overnight to cool allowing the fruit to plump & moisten. “,THE PERFECT SIZE LOAF: Measuring 28 x 9 x 9 cm this large fruit loaf is the perfect size to enjoy together as a family or couple. It is supplied wrapped in eco friendly recyclable paper to ensure you can enjoy this tasty treat guilt free!,”TRADITIONAL FRUIT CAKE: Simply made with care using the best ingredients including dried sultanas, currants, glacier cherry, dates, apricots, plain flour & mixed spices these cakes are guaranteed to have an amazing flavour!”,”THE BEST PRESENT: With a long shelf life this individually flavoured English cake is a great gift for a Birthday, Christmas, Wedding Anniversary, Christenings or any other celebration. Not willing to share? Why not enjoy with tea & biscuits instead?”,”SUITABLE FOR VEGETARIANS: We are proud that our cakes contain no animal fats, dairy products, chocolate, almond, artificial flavouring or preservatives or alcohol like brandy or Scottish whiskey. Only the best fresh natural ingredients are selected.”,”
Where Does The Recipe Come From?
Affectionately called Grandpa’s boiled fruit cake after our children’s grandfather created one, just for fun, he then entered it in his local village fete cooking competition-and won
Flushed and surprised with his award and his home baked masterpiece he then generously offered to produce it for our own cafe business we had just opened in 2007
However after tirelessly making more then he can remember on his own, he finally suggested it might be a better idea idea we took over production our ourselves.
Faithfully reproducing his original recipe we make them now
Boiled Fruit Cake
Traditional English Fruit Cake
Incredibly Tasty Fruit Cake
Handmade in Suffolk