- Handmade pastries from Teruel
- With aged sheep's milk cheese and almonds
- Mild and creamy, not too sweet
- Twelve pieces, each 1.5 inches wide
- All natural
- Size - 12 pieces - 10.9 oz/309 gr
These delicious little cheesecake pastries are made by hand by a small family bakery in the ancient city of Teruel. Aged sheep's milk cheese from Albarracín is mixed with fresh eggs, ground almonds and flour and baked in the ovens of Horno Sanz. The result is a rich, creamy confection unlike any other. This all natural pastry is light on sugar so the mild aged cheese flavor shines through.
For over 50 years, Horno Sanz has been offering traditional pastries and rustic breads, baked in its ovens in Teruel. The Sanz family still runs this small company, and is focused on preserving the unique products of their part of Aragon, and in using pure, natural ingredients.
Immediately after they are baked, the Sueños de Teruel pastries are frozen to preserve freshness. When you receive them, allow them to thaw and enjoy with coffee or as a dessert with a glass of Spanish wine.
Wheat flour, almonds, eggs, sugar and cured sheep milk cheese. Contains wheat and nuts.
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"Not as tasty as the freshly baked ones but still good"
Sandra Lombard - Denver, CO - Jan 24, 2016
"soft and delicate, these tiny "suenos" are very nice for breakfast or tea. they are somewhat of a cross between a very soft almond cake and a milk-based sweet, something like leche cortada. having lactose issues, I was very fortunate to find that these are made with sheep's milk. : )"
beth - New York, NY - Jun 12, 2013