- Candy-coated Marcona almonds
- Traditional festive treat
- Made by famed Turron producer 1880
- Size - 2 x 3.5 oz/100 g
Perfect for a sweets dish, peladillas are made of the coveted Marcona almonds of Spain which are encased in a crunchy white candy coating. Celebrations in Spain would not quite be the same without a handful of peladillas.
In Italy candy coated almonds were the first “confetti” and were tossed during weddings. Ouch!
These tasty treats are also known as Jordan Almonds and are served at holiday time – they are much the same thing, but without the supreme characteristics of the Marcona almond.
These sweet, crunchy candies are a delicious treat for the whole family!
Sugar, toasted almonds, stabilizer (arabic gum) and covering agent (carnauba wax). Produced in a facility that uses wheat.
Serving size 15g. Servings per container 7. Calories 80, fat calories 27. Total fat 3g 5%, saturated fat 0.4g 2%, cholesterol 0mg 0%, sodium 5mg 0%, carbohydrates 10g 3%, dietary fiber 0g 0%, sugars 10g, protein 1g. Vitamin A 0% and vitamin C 4%. Calcium 0% and Iron 0%.* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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