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Sicilian Fig Biscuits

Handmade Sicilian Cookies Are Filled with Figs and More

Sicilian Fig Biscuits

Handmade Sicilian Cookies Are Filled with Figs and More


WAS:  $14.95
NOW: $8.98
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Called “cucidati,” the Sicilian term for “little bracelets,” these luscious little pastries are more than just fig-filled biscuits. A rich cookie shell, topped with rock sugar and colored nonpareils, surrounds a fig paste enhanced with apricot, almonds, raisins, semisweet chocolate, and a little rum, for a soft, dense cookie we can’t wait to enjoy. Made in small batches by a third-generation Italian family who saved original family recipes and now live in the U.S. 7-8 cookies per 6.5 oz. package.

  • Dense and delicious fig-paste cookie
  • Coated with rock sugar and nonpareils
  • Made by a third-generation Italian family

Bucellati cucidati, better known here as Sicilian fig cookies, are fruity, soft, and delicious.

Sicilian Fig Biscuits

Safety Warnings

May have come in contact with peanuts/nuts.

Ingredients

This is not a Kosher Food
Sugar, Enriched Flour, Bleached (wheat flour, niacin,
reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin,
folic acid), Corn Syrup, Partially Hydrogenated Soybean &
Cottonseed Oils, Eggs, Fig Paste, Water, Sliced Almonds,
Almonds, Semisweet Chocolate Drops, (sugar, chocolate
liquoir, cocoa butter, soy lecithin), Rum, Raisins,
Contains less than 2% of each of the following:
Maltodextrin, Apricots, Natural Flavors, Soybean Oil,
Corn Starch, Salt, Confectioners Glaze, Dextrose,
Spices, Leavening (sodium acid pyrophosphate, baking soda,
monocalcium phosphate), Ethyl Alcohol, Sodium Benzoate &
& Sulfur Dioxide Preservatives, Yellow #5, Carnauba Wax,
Yellow #6, Red #40, Red #3, Blue#2, Blue #1.

Care

Store at room temperature, up to 6 months

Specifications

Shelf Life: 6 Months

Nutrition
Nutritional ItemQuantity% of Daily
Requirements
Serving Size 1 Cookie
Serving Per Container Approx 7
Calories 110
Calories From Fat 35
Total Fat4 g6%
Saturated Fat1 g5%
Trans Fat5 g
Cholesterol10 mg4%
Sodium50 mg2%
Total Carbohydrate19 g6%
Dietary Fiber<1 g3%
Sugar11 g
Protein1 g
Vitamin A0%
Vitamin C0%
Calicum0%
Iron0%
* Percentages are based on a 2000 calorie diet
Origin

Manufactured In: USA

Material - Country Of Origin: USA

61360

Sicilian Fig Biscuits 4.3 5 10 10
Happy Sicilian My favorite Aunt use to make these during the Holidays. These are so much like hers that I had to order 4 boxes at a time to keep family and friends happy. These are so much like the real deal that I am a happy camper and will order these every time I see them in the catalogue. You have to try them if you love Italian cookies. December 9, 2013
very good They are just like mom used to make.we just can't get enough.thanks. July 2, 2013
If you love Figs...you must try these cookies My husband is Sicilian and these cookies reminded him of being back home and being a child. I have not found these any place else and they were great. January 13, 2013
This product is good but not great! I tried these with great anticipation and found them to be very dry and the crust not flaky at all. December 29, 2012
Scilian Fig Cookies I moved from New York to Texas and as you know you can't get these cookies down here. I was so glad to see them in your catalog. I ordered them right away. They tasted real good. I would recommend them to anyone. December 29, 2012
My Italian mother-in -law would make these cookies minus the sprinkles every year for Christmas for over 30 years. We lost her a few years back and miss her and the fig cookies. I am glad I found these as they are close to hers. December 28, 2012
Yummy! very good cookies; taste like my grandmother used to make December 26, 2012
A Taste of Days Gone By Being 100% Italian, I have to say that the Sicilian Fig biscuits were delicious! The cookies had a tender flaky crust and the filling had a perfect amount of spices and creamy figs. This is a cookie my mom used to make and always a favorite of mine. Sadly, mom passed away last month but taking that first bite of cookie brought wonderful, happy memories of mom and me baking together and getting ready for Christmas. December 26, 2012
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