- Marzipan cookies with sweet candy filling
- Created by family-owned company
- Classic old-fashioned confection
- 12 pieces per box
- Size - 10.5 oz/300 g
A traditional Spanish treat for All Saints Day, Huesos de Santo literally means 'bones of the saints' and are filled tube cookies that resemble bones. Don’t let their appearance 'scare' you away from indulging in the sweet, delicious taste.
Almonds, sugar and a dash of olive oil blend to form a flavorful marzipan paste that is rolled into a cylindrical form and infused with a thick mixture of egg yolks and sugar. These distinctive cookies are very apropos for a Halloween, All Saints', or All Souls' party, yet delectable enough you’ll want to serve them throughout the year.
Aromas de Medina is a generations-old family company known for passing down recipes and customs through the years. Housed in the ancient city of Medina Sidonia, this sweets business fits right in among the charming backdrop of old-school candy stores, cobbled streets, historic architecture, stables and castles.
Huesos de Santo Cookies arrive individually wrapped for freshness and packaged in old-fashioned cardboard cookie boxes.
Almonds, sugar, glucose sugar, condensed milk, water, egg, salt, spices, citric acid (as an acidulant), potassium sorbate and sorbic acid (as preservatives).
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"Last year was the first time I tasted Huesos de Santo. I bought several to give to my friends and family for Christmas. I call it a soft confection de mazapan y yema rather than a cookie. The flavor is so delicious and it melts in your mouth. This year I had to buy more boxes because everybody raved about it. Huesos de Santos will have a place of honor in our dessert table every Christmas. "
Liliana Quincoses - Weatherford, Texas
Alberto Rada - Miramar, FL
"Reminds me of home. My favorite cookie."
FERNANDO VALVERDE - MOUNT PLEASANT
DEE MACDIARMID - SAN ANTONIO, TX
"So pleased to find these at Tienda.com: had them on a trip to Spain several years ago. They go well as a sweet with coffee, and aren't heavy or too sweet."
Jennifer Carr - Baltimore, MD