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Johnny Cakes


The first known use of the term "Johnny Cake" comes from South Carolina in 1739. Historians believe the Native American word "Janiken" meant corn cake. Johnny Cakes were a staple in colonial times from the Caribbean to Newfoundland. Variations of this legendary "cake" are as diverse as the people who made them. The rich flavor of our Johnny Cakes makes a tasty base for your favorite preserves.

  • Ingredients: Unenriched Cracked Corn, Sugar, Salt
  • Net wt. 1.5 lbs
  • 10.5 x 5.25 x 3 in

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