Asturi Italian Amaretti Cookies 6.3 oz. (180g)

by: Asturi

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Asturi are wonderful! Full of flavor, these cookies follow an 18th century Renaissance recipe that was first baked in Venice, Italy. They are the original Italian macaroons! Today, you can enjoy these sophisticated, light and crunchy cookies with your coffee, favorite wine or by themselves as the ultimate Italian treat! You can even crumble these over gelato, ice cream and desserts.

  • Facts: 6.3 oz. Product of Italy. 
  • Ingredients: Sugar, apricot kernels, egg white, milk sugar and proteins, raising agent (sodium hydrogen carbonate), natural flavor. Contains: eggs and milk. May contain traces of wheat (gluten) and nuts (hazelnuts).

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