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Christmas made easy

The Great New Zealand Christmas Cake2 Catering for all budgets, The Great New Zealand Christmas cake is an all round favourite. Delivered in a reusable lovely red tin, the cakes are covered in an abundance of colourful glazed fruit and nuts that are traditionally Christmas.

Hannah and Jill have used one of those old family handed down over generations recipes that we all know are tried, tested and true to what we imagine out family Christmas cake should be. Made with fresh local farm eggs, butter, quality fruit soaked in the finest of port, the cakes are matured over several months after baking.

Some like their Christmas cake with rich almond paste and icing and some prefer it plain, but whatever your fancy, the cake is crucial. It has to be there even if you are too sated to think about it.

Buying one of Hannah and Jill’s award winning Christmas cake will take some of the stress from your Christmas planning. You'll rest assured it’s as good as any you’d bake yourself. Christmas puddings and cookies can be also added to your order.
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