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Sanders Chocolate Fudge Bumpy Cake

Since 1875, the Sanders tradition continues today with the same commitment to quality ingredients.

This Sanders Original Bumpy Tea Cake (8"x8") has been a traditional Sanders dessert for over a century. Our classic cake is made with rich Devil's food cake and rich buttercream bumps and a delicious fudge icing. A bump in every bite!

**Due to the fragile nature of our Bumpy Cakes, they must be shipped via expedited service to ensure the greatest quality and freshness.

Price: $14.99 (includes a special handling fee of $5.)


Item #: 50121

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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 45 Write a review »

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Sanders Bumpy Cake November 14, 2014
Reviewer: Mary Anne from Casa Grande, Arizona  
This is the greatest cake around.  Absolutely love this cake and wish it was sold here in Arizona.  I paid a lot for shipping it here to Arizona and it was truly worth it.  I miss just going into a store in Michigan to buy it more often.

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Caramel bumpy cake September 23, 2014
Reviewer: Eve from outside of Chicago, IL  
I've never heard of "Bumpy cake" and this was my first time trying it. I bought my bumpy cake from my local Meijer grocery store in the frozen food section near ice cream. It was my daughter's birthday and I'd made her a chocolate gluten free cake but knew everyone else would appreciate something else. I was happy to see this cake. It was highlighted as a NEW ITEM. Glad I gave this a whirl. Yellow cake, butter cream "bumps" and caramel icing/frosting. The cake part was surprisingly awsome. I thought it would be dry- dunno why, but I did -cake was moist and yummy. Moral of this story is that I'm glad I ran into this cake and I was pleasantly surprised and happy with this purchase. Good price to boot!

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Chocolate Fudge Devils food Bumpy Cake August 27, 2014
Reviewer: Steve Rawnsley from Beech Grove, Indiana  
Many companies try to copy but none have succeeded. This Michigan tradition is "one" of the main reasons I look forward to my trip back to Michigan. When I travel up there I always being a few back. Some to share, and some just for myself. The only regret (outside of not having a bakery outside of Michigan) is that they no longer have the regular double layer bumpy cake I enjoyed years ago growing up there. "THOSE"were the best cakes I ever had !!!

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What changed? Cakes are terrible now. July 28, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Traverse city, mi  
Ok, I am so bummed.  Bumpy cakes were my all time favorite treat I'd buy just for myself to eat.  I couldn't get enough of that delicious frosting.  I haven't purchased one in a few weeks and was totally looking forward to it, took my first bite and wanted to spit it out.the bumpy cakes I'd gotten before had this creamy to die for frosting with an awesome fluffy cake.  This thing I just bought sucks.  I might as well buy walmart cake if I wanted gross frosting and cheap cake.  There was a reason I drove out of my way to the one grocery store in 30 miles that sells bumpy cakes, but there's no way I'll bother now.  Not sure who ruined this, but the new way of making these cakes suck and definitely not worth the money.

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Sanders Bumpy Cake July 20, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Just outside of Detroit.  
It's just like anything else, once another company buys the original company, everything gets cheapened.
In this case Morley Candy bought Sanders, and there you go!  Another example is Pepsi. Whenever they have purchased another company the ingredients get changed to save a buck and the taste and quality goes downhill.  Of course their profits have gone up.  Have lived in Detroit all my life and remember when a Bumpy Cake, tasted like a Bumpy Cake.

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