Lancashire Eccles Cakes
Best Before Date is January 19th, 2024
The Eccles Cake is a traditional English cake; it is named after the town of its origin. It is not known who conceived the Eccles Cake, but a chap by the name of James Birch was the first person to sell them commercially, way back in 1793.
Real Lancashire Eccles Cakes are round pastry cakes, jam packed with juicy currants, real butter and sugar. These sweet pastries are best served warm, perhaps with a dollop of butter and jam.
Contains Milk, Contains Wheat.
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.