- Handmade in Sevilla
- Made with extra virgin olive oil
- Sprinkled with sugar and anise
- Crispy and delicious
- Size - 12 Crisps - 2 x 6.3 oz/180 gr
Tortas de aceite, flaky cookies with a hint of anise, are one of the most popular pastries from Spain. Our tortas are one of the best versions of this famous cookie: they’re perfectly thin, crispy cookies flavored with sugar, sesame and anise!
Tortas de Aceite, or olive oil cookies, originated in Sevilla over 100 years ago. Using premium extra virgin olive oil, the pastries are formed by hand with a mix of flour, anise seeds and a bit of sugar. The resulting wafer is a lightly sweet pastry with a touch of anise and one bite is never enough.
Whether you’re longing for the sweet treat you enjoyed in Spain or hope to try this regional specialty for the first time, our tortas are a delight. We enjoy a flaky torta with a piping hot cup of coffee in the morning, or as an afternoon bite. No matter when you choose to indulge, you’ll be instantly rewarded with these thin cookies that melt in your mouth with each bite!
Water, wheat flour, extra virgin olive oil, sugar, yeast, salt, anise spice, sesame.
Serving size: 1 piece 30g. Servings per container 6. Calories 158, calories from fat 81. Total fat 9g (14%), saturated fat 1g (6%), sodium 249mg (10%), total carbohydrates 18g (6%), sugars 5g, protein 2g. Vitamin A 20%, vitamin C 10%, Calcium 1%, iron 2%. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Customer ReviewsAverage rating from 10 reviews Write a review
"Just like my grandmother used to make!"
Bert Ojeda - Oakdale, CA
"Lovely. Reminds me of my trip through Andalusia. My favorite breakfast."
Olympia TABOADA - ELIZABETH CITY, NC
Feyhan Artukmac - OYSTER BAY, NY
"Not what i expected, very yummmm..."
Susann Treglown - Beaverton, OR
"Amazing! Would love to have more!"
ANNE BROWN - MARIETTA, GA
"Not as good as the ones we bought in the past. I believe they were Dona Ines brand."
Richard Nelsen - Spokane Valley, WA
"Light, flaky and the perfect amount of anis! "
Karyn Woolsey - Schaumburg, IL
"New packaging? Still enjoy the tortas"
William LaHue - Lexington, MO
"These were excellent and went extremely well with soft cheeses and wine."
Vilma Santiago-Irizarry - Ithaca, NY
"Yummy, reminds me of my trip to Spain...and sharing cinnamon pie scrap cookies with my Mom. One question, did you change manufacturers? These are more dense then previously ordered."
janine schnepf - Yelm, WA