- Light and crispy
- Sprinkled with sugar and cinnamon
- Handmade, baked cookie
- Made in Sevilla
- Size - 12 crisps - 2 x 6.34 oz/180 g
Light, crispy and full of flavor, Ines Rosales cookies are a favorite of our customers. They are made using an old Andalusian recipe with extra virgin olive oil and patted out by hand. This version is flavored with cinnamon and sugar; kind of like the little piece of leftover pie crust that was rolled out and sprinkled with cinnamon that you may have had as a child.
Over 100 years ago a woman named Ines Rosales began preparing handmade olive oil tortas (tortas de aceite) at her bakery near a stagecoach stop in Sevilla. These tasty treats became so popular that soon she had to hire a team of local women to produce them. Local ingredients like extra virgin olive oil and sesame seeds are still used in the original recipe.
These famous cookies are as popular as ever, and the company named after Ines Rosales has carefully chosen to introduce a few new all natural flavors including cinnamon and sugar, Seville orange and rosemary and thyme.
Unbleached wheat flour, extra virgin olive oil, sugar, sesame seeds, yeast, sea salt and natural cinnamon flavor.
Contains: wheat and traces of nuts (almond).
Serving size 1 piece (30g). Servings per container 6. Calories 160, total fat 8g (10%), saturated fat 1g (5%), trans fat 0g, cholesterol 0mg, sodium 65mg (3%), total carbohydrates 19g (7%), dietary fiber less than 1 g (4%), total sugars 4g, including added sugars 4g (8%). Protein 2g. Vitamin D 0mcg (0%), Calcium 2.8mg (0%), Iron 0.6mcg (0%) and Potassium 30mg (0%). * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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"I just love these tortas. They are truly a comfort food without being too sweet or heavy."
Renee - Buena Park, CA August 2017
"I love these. I use to be able to purchase them at my Grocery Store but they no longer carry them. It is just as easy ordering them directly."
Veronica - Campbell, California May 2016
"My granddaughter couldn't stop eating these tortas. Excellent!"
Gabrielle - Redmond, WA January 2016
"My daughter spent a semester in Spain last year and this were the same exact one that she had there and brought home for us to try. It was nice to experience Spain with her even just a taste. The torta were well wrapped not broken."
Diana - Hamburg, NJ January 2016
Lydia - Guttenberg, NJ December 2015
"We had the tortas in Spain and were happy to find them here!"
Kat - MATTHEWS, NC October 2015
"As I expected"
john - wilmington, DE May 2015
Lupeta - Big Pine, CA December 2014
ROGER - CLEWISTON, FL December 2014
"Still the best snack I have ever tasted."
Judith - NORCROSS, GA May 2014
DEE - SAN ANTONIO, TX March 2014
HENRY - Granbury, TX March 2014
"Just as tasty as the orange crisps. Reminded me of elephant ears that you get at the fair only more crispy."
DOROTHY - WARREN, OH March 2013
"Only recently, did I buy a package of these for my family. After trying one, I thought it would be a good idea to serve these slightly broken up over quality, vanilla ice cream. That idea was a winner all around. The whole family loves them and I am happy to know that they are eating well. These are a far cry from the typical American junk foods that families often enjoy together. Don't hesitate to try these...you'll be glad you did!"
VBNinja - Virginia Beach, VA January 2013
"they were delicious!"
lhunter - Donalsonville, Georgia January 2013
"Had the opportunity to sample the tortas at the restaurant show. So delicious I tracked them down on the net."
Ellen - Flora, Illinois May 2012
Erin - January 2012