My handcrafted fruitcakes

...the best ingredients make for a premium cake, a celebration of uncompromising taste and quality.

Ken’s Fruitcake is a rich and wholesome wonder, made with the finest ingredients available. Home-crafted, Ken’s Fruitcake is a luxury item made to be enjoyed on festive occasions. They are created from recipes handed down in the European baking tradition.

Handcrafted in small quantities, this gastronomic labour of love boasts nuanced aromas of dark berries with hints of spirits, syrups and spices. Each loaf weighs 900 grams. Each is aged for months, allowing for the natural fruit juices to combine and transform sugars into flavors. Only through the aging process can Ken’s achieve the subtle savors, dark semi-moist texture and consistency akin to mature Ports or Classic Vintages.

Each tin contains 900g.

Organic Classic, pure maple syrup

Organic Classic
Baked March 2020
Organic tastes best
This may be the cake Grannie once baked because everything back then was organic! How things change and still remain the same....
With ingredients sourced from around the world, soaked several months with Rum ,Kirsch and Brandy, this labour of love will delight with its boozy infusion and rich spiced texture.
Once and for all, every silly fruitcake joke can now be put to bed!
This is seriously great fruit cake!
Flour*, egg*, sugar*, apricot*, fig*, walnut*, cranberry*, black currant*, thompson raisin*, molasses*, maple syrup*, butter*, shortening*, brandy, kirsch, rum, cinnamon*, nutmeg*, allspice*. (* organic)

Old Fashioned, Mangalista lard

Old Fashioned
Baked March 2020

During the era of block-ice refrigeration for perishable food, rendering Pork Fat to Lard for baking was common. Over time, growth in Food Service Industry lead to creation of processed fat substitutes and, Lard often was replaced by lighter, hydrogenated (trans) fat material. In response to several queries for a return to an Original Classic, I’m pleased to offer the Old Fashioned Fruitcake with Maple and Lard. No doubt, had Grannie been around; she’d of asked me, “why this one took so long” to remake … and so…. I’ve rendered the Leaf Fat of a Mangalista Barrow . That which surrounds the Omnivore’s kidneys. With the exception of the birthing period, life is outdoors 24/7 on a non-certified- organic Holistic Farm. Consequently, Kens Old Fashioned Fruitcake variety is non-compliant at 92%. I’m certain you will enjoy it!
Flour*, egg*, sugar*, apricot*, fig*, walnut*, cranberry*, black currant*, thompson raisin*, molasses*, maple syrup*, butter*, lard, brandy, kirsch, rum, cinnamon*, nutmeg*, allspice*. (*organic)
Nutrition facts

Trinity, macadamia, hazelnut, ginger

Trinity
Baked April 2020
Organic tastes best
No skimping here! Generous quantities of Macadamia nut, Hazelnut and Walnut makes Trinity the nuttiest cake in my line-up. Bound with Honey. This one would have made Grannie so proud of me!
Macadamia nut*, hazelnut*, candied ginger*(sugar*), flour*, egg*, sugar*, apricot*, fig*, walnut*, cranberry* (sugar*, sunflower oil*), black currant* (sunflower oil*), thompson raisin* (sunflower oil*), honey*, butter, shortening*, brandy, kirsch, rum, tonka bean*. (*organic)

Toledo, pecan ,dark chocolate,ginger

Toledo
Baked April 2020.
Organic tastes best
Those who enjoy Candied Ginger may indulge with this offering. Ginger, is the single candied fruit item within the entire line-up.
Coupled with Pecans and bittersweet Andoa 70% dark chocolate, Toledo is my cake of Three Cultures.
Pecan nut*, dark chocolate* (sugar cane*, cocoa butter*, whole milk powder*, soy lecithin*), candied ginger*(sugar*), flour*, egg*, sugar*, apricot*, fig*, walnut*, cranberry* (sugar*, sunflower oil*), black currant* (sunflower oil*), thompson raisin* (sunflower oil*), honey*, butter, shortening*, brandy, kirsch, rum, tonka bean*. (*organic)

Ahidnâme, cherry/mango/cubeb

Ahidnâme
Baked November 2018
Organic tastes best
A gastronomic alliance between pistachio nuts, tangy choke cherries and mango - a pact worthy of Kings!
Adhiname has a delightfully tart flavor. Had Grannie tried this one, she most certainly would have hung up her apron!
Cherry*, mango*, flour*, egg*, sugar*, apricot*, fig*, pistachio nut*, walnut*, cranberry*, black currant*, thompson raisin*, honey*, butter*, shortening*, cubeb*, brandy, kirsch, rum.(* organic)

Hokkaido, haskap/chocolate/tonka

Hokkaido
Baked April 2020
Organic tastes best
Grannie may have raised her eyebrows over this unique medley of flavours.
Quebec sourced, the Haskapberry coupled with milk chocolate will have your taste buds clamouring for more!
Indigenous to the island of Hokkaido, Japan for centuries and gaining popularity in Canada, the Blue Honeysuckle fruit has been shown to contain powerful antioxidants that the Japanese attribute to their wellness and longevity.
One of several wonder berries found in Ken's Fruitcake.Too bad she did not have a chance to travel and experience the wonders of Haskapu!
Milk chocolate*, haskapberry*, flour*, egg*, sugar*, apricot*, fig*, hazelnut*, walnut*, cranberry*, black currant*, thompson raisin*, maple syrup*, butter*, shortening*, tonka bean*, brandy, kirsch, rum.(* organic)

Pimihkan, aronia/saskatoon/juniper

Pimihkan
Baked November 2018
Organic tastes best
A tribute to Canada's First Nations. The Aronia-Saskatoon Berry Fruitcake!.
The Saskatoon are soaked in Grand Marnier for months, liberating their nutty aroma. Combined with rum-soaked Aronia, it will send your taste buds into overdrive! Grannie would be hitching her skirt and kicking up her heels. I’m certain she’d approve of this one!
Aronia melanocarpa aka Chokeberry is grown in Ontario and Quebec. Some claim the juice concentrate can aid in neutralizing free radicals and support cardiovascular health. Here's to healthy eating!
Aroniaberry*, saskatoon, flour*, egg*, sugar*, apricot*, fig*, hazelnut*, walnut*, cranberry*, black currant*, thompson raisin*, molasses*, butter*, shortening*, honey*, juniper berry*, brandy, kirsch, rum. (* organic)

Tchotchke, prune/pear/poppyseed

Tchotchke

Baked november 2018
Organic tastes best
A winning combination of prunes from the Joachim Valley and pears from Washington. Our friends to the south produce the best dehydrated prunes and pears. Poppy seeds round out the texture of this unique creation.
I bet Grannie would have wished she'd thought of it herself!
Prune*, pear*, flour*, egg*, sugar*, apricot*, fig*, pecan*, walnut*, cranberry*, black currant*, thompson raisin*, molasses*, butter*, shortening*, poppy-seed*, tonka bean*, brandy, kirsch, rum.(* organic)
Smaller size 300g. Well suited for corporate gifting.

Veggie Classic - Sulfite free 300g

Veggie Classic - Sulfite free 300g
Baked March 2017 with non-homogenized vegetable shortening. Can be enjoyed by all regardless of most dietary or cultural restrictions. This labor of love would have made Grannie's life so much simpler!

Please contact us for bulk pricing.
whole eggs, unbleached flour, brown sugar, cranberries, jumbo, golden and sultana raisins, apricots, cherries, black currants, brazil nuts, walnuts, butter, shortening, figs, molasses, maple syrup, rum, brandy, kirsch, cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice

Organic Classic 300g, pure maple syrup

Organic Classic 300g
Baked October 2019
Organic tastes best
This may be the cake Grannie once baked because everything back then was organic! How things change and still remain the same....
With ingredients sourced from around the world, soaked several months with Rum ,Kirsch and Brandy, this labour of love will delight with its boozy infusion and rich spiced texture.
Once and for all, every silly fruitcake joke can now be put to bed!
This is seriously great fruit cake!
Flour*, egg*, sugar*, apricot*, fig*, walnut*, cranberry*, black currant*, thompson raisin*, molasses*, maple syrup*, butter*, shortening*, brandy, kirsch, rum, cinnamon*, nutmeg*, allspice*. Baked: May 2020 (*organic)

Store in a cool, dry place.

Refrigerate after opening.

Shelf life: 2 years.

Trinity 300g, macadamia, hazelnut, ginger

Trinity 300g
Baked April 2020.
Organic tastes best
No skimping here! Generous quantities of Macadamia nut, Hazelnut and Walnut makes Trinity the nuttiest cake in my line-up. Bound with Honey. This one would have made Grannie so proud of me!
Macadamia nut*, hazelnut*, candied ginger*(sugar*), flour*, egg*, sugar*, apricot*, fig*, walnut*, cranberry* (sugar*, sunflower oil*), black currant* (sunflower oil*), thompson raisin* (sunflower oil*), honey*, butter, shortening*, brandy, kirsch, rum, tonka bean*. (*organic)

Ahidnâme 300g, cherry/mango/cubeb

Ahidnâme 300g
Baked November 2018
Organic tastes best
A gastronomic alliance between pistachio nuts, tangy choke cherries and mango - a pact worthy of Kings!
Adhiname has a delightfully tart flavor. Had Grannie tried this one, she most certainly would have hung up her apron!
Cherry*, mango*, flour*, egg*, sugar*, apricot*, fig*, pistachio nut*, walnut*, cranberry*, black currant*, thompson raisin*, honey*, butter*, shortening*, cubeb*, brandy, kirsch, rum. (* organic)

Hokkaido 300g, haskap/chocolate/tonka

Hokkaido 300g
Baked March 2017 - April 2020
Organic tastes best
Grannie may have raised her eyebrows over this unique medley of flavours.
Quebec sourced, the Haskapberry coupled with milk chocolate will have your taste buds clamouring for more!
Indigenous to the island of Hokkaido, Japan for centuries and gaining popularity in Canada, the Blue Honeysuckle fruit has been shown to contain powerful antioxidants that the Japanese attribute to their wellness and longevity.
One of several wonder berries found in Ken's Fruitcake.Too bad she did not have a chance to travel and experience the wonders of Haskapu!
Milk chocolate*, haskapberry*, flour*, egg*, sugar*, apricot*, fig*, hazelnut*, walnut*, cranberry*, black currant*, thompson raisin*, maple syrup*, butter*, shortening*, tonka bean*, brandy, kirsch, rum.(*organic)

Pimihkan 300g, aronia/saskatoon/juniper

Pimihkan 300g
Baked November 2018
Organic tastes best
A tribute to Canada's First Nations. The Aronia-Saskatoon Berry Fruitcake!.
The Saskatoon are soaked in Grand Marnier for months, liberating their nutty aroma. Combined with rum-soaked Aronia, it will send your taste buds into overdrive! Grannie would be hitching her skirt and kicking up her heels. I’m certain she’d approve of this one!
Aronia melanocarpa aka Chokeberry is grown in Ontario and Quebec. Some claim the juice concentrate can aid in neutralizing free radicals and support cardiovascular health. Here's to healthy eating!
Aroniaberry*, saskatoon, flour*, egg*, sugar*, apricot*, fig*, hazelnut*, walnut*, cranberry*(sugar*, sunflower oil*), black currant*(sunflower oil*), thompson raisin*(sunflower oil*), molasses*, butter*, shortening*, honey*, juniper berry*, brandy, kirsch, rum. (*organic)

Tchotchke 300g, prune/pear/poppyseed

Tchotchke 300g

Baked november 2018
Organic tastes best
A winning combination of prunes from the Joachim Valley and pears from Washington. Our friends to the south produce the best dehydrated prunes and pears. Poppy seeds round out the texture of this unique creation.
I bet Grannie would have wished she'd thought of it herself!
Prune*, pear*, flour*, egg*, sugar*, apricot*, fig*, pecan*, walnut*, cranberry*, black currant*, thompson raisin*, molasses*, butter*, shortening*, poppy-seed*, tonka bean*, brandy, kirsch, rum.(* organic)

Toledo 300g, pecan ,dark chocolate,ginger

Toledo 300g
Baked April 2020.
Organic tastes best
Those who enjoy Candied Ginger may indulge with this offering. Ginger, is the single candied fruit item within the entire line-up.
Coupled with Pecans and bittersweet Andoa 70% dark chocolate, Toledo is my cake of Three Cultures.
Pecan nut*, dark chocolate* (sugar cane*, cocoa butter*, whole milk powder*, soy lecithin*), candied ginger*(sugar*), flour*, egg*, sugar*, apricot*, fig*, walnut*, cranberry* (sugar*, sunflower oil*), black currant* (sunflower oil*), thompson raisin* (sunflower oil*), honey*, butter, shortening*, brandy, kirsch, rum, tonka bean*. (*organic)

Old Fashioned 300g, Mangalista lard

Old Fashioned 300g
Baked March 2020

During the era of block-ice refrigeration for perishable food, rendering Pork Fat to Lard for baking was common. Over time, growth in Food Service Industry lead to creation of processed fat substitutes and, Lard often was replaced by lighter, hydrogenated (trans) fat material. In response to several queries for a return to an Original Classic, I’m pleased to offer the Old Fashioned Fruitcake with Maple and Lard. No doubt, had Grannie been around; she’d of asked me, “why this one took so long” to remake … and so…. I’ve rendered the Leaf Fat of a Mangalista Barrow . That which surrounds the Omnivore’s kidneys. With the exception of the birthing period, life is outdoors 24/7 on a non-certified- organic Holistic Farm. Consequently, Kens Old Fashioned Fruitcake variety is non-compliant at 92%. I’m certain you will enjoy it!
Flour*, egg*, sugar*, apricot*, fig*, walnut*, cranberry*, black currant*, thompson raisin*, molasses*, maple syrup*, butter*, lard, brandy, kirsch, rum, cinnamon*, nutmeg*, allspice*. (*organic)

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