What makes a Beatrice Bakery Co.® dessert cake so special?
Our people. Our bakers handcraft cakes using only the finest ingredients. From the mixing room to the oven, our cakes are designed by hand. The ingredients are precisely measured and mixed, the nuts are hand sorted and selected, and each cake is decorated by hand and individually baked. One taste and you'll see why we truly bake America's best.
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Food Network's UNWRAPPED - Featured on The Holiday Favorites episodes in 2009 and to be aired again this holiday season.
A&E Biography to air the Canadian Food Factory Season 2 episode in the US this holiday.
Nebraska Life Magazine - Featured in their 2010 Nov/Dec issue www.nebraskalife.com
Midwest Living Magazine - Featured in the 2010 Nov/Dec issue under Discovery Section
ABC Network's THE VIEW - Featured December 24, 2009 in Holiday Candies, Cookies and Cakes segment. Each studio audience member went home with a sample of Grandma's Original Fruit & Nut Cake.
Where does the original Grandma's Fruitcake recipe come from?
In 1917, two brothers went searching for a way to keep bakers busy during summer months. They needed something special - prepared in summer, and sold during the winter. Finally their search ended. They came across their grandma's recipe for an exceptional fruit and nut dessert cake. The cake required gentle mellowing to achieve perfection. Today, that delicacy is known as Grandma's Bake Shoppe® Fruit and Nut Dessert Cake. And what was once just a small bakery is today Beatrice Bakery Co.®, creators of the perfect recipe for living the sweet life.
How should I serve and store my cake?
To ensure you experince the best dessert cake we have to offer, we recommend refrigerating your dessert cake for 24-48 hours before slicing and serving. Because our cakes are perishable, once they have been opened, rewrap in cellophane for lasting freshness.
Nestled in America's heartland, Beatrice Bakery Co. is located in the southeastern corner of the state of Nebraska in the small community of Beatrice.