Leo's Icebox Fruitcake

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Mary Frazier

By
@Hunneybun

This is a wonderful recipe from my dad, who passed away this past October. It brings back such good memories of him. I post this in honor of the best dad in the world, Leo F. Kieras. Love you mi poppa!

Rating:
★★★★★ 1 vote
Comments:
Serves:
makes 2 loaves
Method:
No-Cook or Other

Ingredients

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2 lb
candied pineapple
2 lb
candied cherries
1 lb
candied mixed fruit
2 lb
pecans
1 lb
walnuts
2 can(s)
sweetened condensed milk (14 oz. cans)
2 lb
graham crackers, crushed
1 1/2 c
bourbon
2 tsp
ground allspice
2 tsp
ground cinnamon
2 tsp
ground cloves

How to Make Leo's Icebox Fruitcake

Step-by-Step

  • 1Chip fruits and nuts together. Pour cracker crumbs and spices over fruit nut mixture. Mix well. Mix bourbon and milk in a bowl. Pour over mixture and stir well. Pack in loaf pan lined with wax paper and store in refrigerater. May be sliced the next day, but tastes better the longer you let it sit.

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About Leo's Icebox Fruitcake

Course/Dish: Cakes, Fruit Desserts
Main Ingredient: Alcohol
Regional Style: American




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