Glazed Lemon Pound Cake - Seasonal Favorite

Lemon swirled with icing and pound cake pieces.

Turkey Hill Glazed Lemon Pound Cake Frozen Dairy Desserts
  • Allergens

    Eggs

    Milk

    Soy

    Wheat

    The FDA requires the eight major food allergens to be listed on food labels: milk, eggs, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, and soybeans.

  • Product Handling

    To make sure your Turkey Hill frozen desserts are delicious from the first to the last scoop, just follow these tips:

    • At the store, make sure the package is firm before you buy it.
    • The ideal temperature for ice cream in your home freezer is between -5°F and 0°F.
    • Try to use frozen desserts within 3-4 weeks.
    • Be sure to close the package securely and return it to your freezer as soon as possible.
    • Never microwave your container of ice cream.

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Nutrition Facts

Servings Per Container 9

Serving Size
2/3 cup (90g)

Amount Per Serving

Calories 190

% Daily Value

Total Fat 6g8%

Saturated Fat 2.5g13%

Trans Fat 0g

Cholesterol 15mg 5%

Sodium 95mg 4%

Total Carbohydrates 30g 11%

Dietary Fiber 0g0%

Sugars 23g

Added Sugars 17g34%

Protein 3g

Vitamin A 160mcg20%

Vitamin D 2.3mcg10%

Calcium 300mg25%

Iron 0mg0&

Potassium 130mg2%

*The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

Contains: EGGS, MILK, SOY, WHEAT

UPC: 0-20735-11229-8

Corn Syrup

Thick sweetener made from corn used to add sweetness to foods and drinks.

Annatto Color

A natural coloring that is used to produce yellow, orange, or red colors. Derived from the seeds of the Achiote tree. In small amounts it is virtually flavorless.

Yellow 5

A synthetically derived food grade yellow coloring used to enhance the color of a food or drink.

Whey

The dairy liquid that remains after the making of cheese. Used in foods to add solids.

Wheat Flour

Whole wheat that is ground into a fine powder. Used in many baked goods and some of the baked goods used as ice cream inclusions.

Water

H2O. The basic ingredient in the cells of most living organisms.

Vitamin D3

Fat soluble vitamins essential for calcium absorption. Added to foods and drinks to boost nutritional value.

Vitamin A Palmitate

A manufactured form of Vitamin A used as an ingredient in food and drinks to boost nutritional value.

Vitamin A

A naturally occurring or added nutrient in some foods and drinks that supports the eyes, bones, skin, and other human body tissues.

Sugar

A sweetener made from sugar cane or sugar beets. Used to add flavor to food and drinks.

Soy Lecithin

An naturally occurring oily substance derived from soybeans used in food products to enhance texture.

Salt

Sodium chloride. A common household seasoning used to enhance flavor in some products.

Calcium Carbonate

When used in food, calcium carbonate helps prevent caking, adds calcium, and enhances the color of white foods.

Carrageenan

A thickening agent used in food and drinks that is made from a red, edible seaweed.

Cellulose Gum

A natural thickening agent made from the cell walls of plants.

Propylene Glycol Monoesters

A synthetically derived organic molecule that lowers the freezing point and acts as a stabilizer in ice cream.

Polydextrose

A man-made ingredient used as a sweetener and to improve the texture of foods.

Coconut Oil

A saturated oil derived from coconuts used in food production as a fat.

Citric Acid

An acid derived from citrus fruits to enhance flavor and preserve food. Used as either a flavor or preservative in some food and drink.

Nonfat Milk

The thin milk left when whole milk is separated from its fats. Also referred to as skim milk.

Natural Flavors

Naturally occurring ingredients used to enhance or create a flavor.

Mono & Diglycerides

Ingredients used to keep oils and water from separating.

Milk

An opaque, white liquid produced by cows.

Margarine

A butter substitute made from vegetable oils or animal fats.

Lemon Juice Concentrate

Produced by removing the excess water from crushed or juiced fruits to create a specific flavor.

Lemon Base

Lemon flavor used to create a consistent base for dessert products.

Corn Starch

A fine, white, gritty powder made from the "heart" of the corn kernel. In foods it is used as a thickener.

Guar Gum

A fiber from the seed of the guar plant used to thicken and stabilize foods.

Cream

The thick liquid containing the fats in milk.

Natural Butter Flavor

Sugar can be fermented in a way that creates a butter flavor which can then be added to butter to increase the flavors.

Palm Oil

The edible vegetable oil from the fruit of the oil palms.

Powdered Sugar

A finely powdered sugar used to make icing.

Soybean Oil

A pale yellow oil obtained from soybeans.

Titanium Dioxide

A natural food color additive that creates a white pigment.

Sodium Benzoate and Potassium Sorbate

A common food grade blend used to maintain shelf life and preserve freshness in foods and drinks.

Liquid Pasteurized Eggs

Eggs that have been heated to a temperature high enough to kill bacteria (but not so high as to actually cook them). This reduces the risk of food-borne illness in recipes that call for uncooked eggs.

Lemon Pulp

The inner part of fruit or vegetable that contains the juice.

Polysorbate

A man-made thickening agent used to enhance the texture of some foods and drinks and to make oils stay blended with water based products. Made from sorbitol.