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Easter Marzipan

Festive Marzipan Eggs, Bunnies, and Chicks: Made in Copper Kettles the Old-Fashioned Way for a Rich, Sweet Almond Taste

Easter Marzipan

Festive Marzipan Eggs, Bunnies, and Chicks: Made in Copper Kettles the Old-Fashioned Way for a Rich, Sweet Almond Taste


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From ancient Egypt to modern-day Europe, marzipan has traditionally been served to celebrate holidays. This Easter, an esteemed marzipan maker in the States, who makes this almond-flavored delicacy the time-honored way, in copper kettles, is molding it into absolutely charming colorful eggs, bunnies, and chicks.

  • A great addition to any Easter basket
  • Each 8 oz. box contains 12 eggs, 3 bunnies, and 3 chicks

Start a new Easter tradition by making these marzipan eggs, bunnies, and chicks a part of your celebration.

Easter Marzipan

Safety Warnings

Contains Almond paste.

Ingredients

This is a Kosher item
Almond Paste, Sugar, Corn Syrup, Sorbitol, US Certified Colors (FD&C
Yellow #5 & #6, Red #40 & Blue #1)

Specifications
Nutrition
Nutritional ItemQuantity% of Daily
Requirements
Serving Size1.5oz (42g)/ abt 3 pcs
Servings Per Container:Approx. 5
Calories180
Calories from Fat50
Total Fat6g9%
Saturated Fat.5%3%
Cholesterol0mg0%
Sodium0mg0%
Total Carbohydrates32g11%
Dietary Fiber3g11%
Sugars24g
Protein2g
Vitamin A0%
Vitamin C0%
Calcium4%
Iron 4%
Percent Daily Values based on 2000 calorie diet
Origin

Manufactured In: USA

Material - Country Of Origin: USA

48260

Easter Marzipan 5 5 3 3
A German Family Hit! With grandparents who came from Germany and many visiting relatives, I grew up with marzipan of all kinds. When I saw these candies for Easter, I had to order and bring them to my mum's! We all loved them- the flavor was authentic and they were very fresh. I hope they'll be available again next year! April 18, 2013
Wanted more Was very happy with my purchase, however when I went back to order more I found that it was no longer available. It is something I would buy year round, not just on holidays. April 3, 2013
Good Old Day's! I remember my Grandpa would bring them home from the City. (NYC) I would hate to eat them because they were so cute, but my sweet tooth always won! That was in the late 40's! How i miss those days! March 10, 2013
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