Entenmann’s bakery goods have always been a mainstay in our house. The iconic white box with blue trim and logo, seems to fit in with any kitchen, no matter how fancy. It’s just one of those convenient food products that many of us have grown up with.
I’m a huge fan of their chocolate chip cookies, but, like most of us, I’ve eaten the full line. Cakes, pies, donuts — we could always rely on an Entenmann’s product for a quick get together or late night snack. And they’re addicting. When the company discontinued its Creme-filled French Crumb, my brother went into a state of depression.
If you eat a lot of Entenmann’s baked goods, you may be excited to know that you can have your house SMELL like Entenmann’s. I was in a CVS Pharmacy the other day and saw an Entenmann box where I hadn’t expected to see one — on the candle shelf.
- Lemon Pound Cake
- Apple Strudel
- Cinnamon Coffee Cake
- Butter Pound Cake
- Pumpkin Pie
If you know someone who huddles with a butter pound cake every night, this cake-scented candle might just be the perfect stocking stuffer. MSRP cost for a 16-ounce jar is $15.99 and $12.99 for a 9-ounce jar (though I’ve seen them less expensive).
Go to www.candle-lite.com to get more information and to find a retailer that carries Candle-Lite products near you. You can also buy online at some of those retailers, as well as from a shopping link on the Candle-lite site.
DID YOU KNOW / William Entenmann from Stuttgart, Germany, founded the bakery in Brooklyn in 1898. It then moved to Bay Shore, Long Island, where it is now a part of the Bimbo Bakery family of companies. Among the fans of Entenmann’s was Frank Sinatra who at one time placed weekly orders for the Crumb Coffee Cake.