Mexican Shortbread Cookies
Mexican shortbread cookies, also known as hojarascas or pan de polvo, are sweet, crunchy cookies that the Garza family makes and eats by the dozens (and rightfully so). They have fond memories of bringing these cookies home from the local bakery in Laredo and always having them on the table or in the cookie jar. This grain-free version is made from a lightly sweetened blend of almond flour, pecan pieces, and a dash of cinnamon.
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When Veronica Garza was diagnosed with autoimmune conditions, all seven (siete!) members of the Garza family made changes—exercising together and adopting a grain-free diet—to support her. Veronica began creating grain-free dishes the whole family could enjoy. When Grandma Campos said that Veronica's almond flour tortillas tasted better than her own homemade ones, the family realized they had something special to share, from their dining table to yours.Shop Brand
*How to use
Snack on one to satisfy your sweet tooth. Then, go back for seconds and thirds.