Koulouraki is a traditional Greek cookie that has a distinct, twisted shape. Often associated with Greek Easter because they were mainly eaten on Easter Sunday, they are now a popular treat made throughout the year. Made with classic and simple ingredients, this cookie is buttery, slightly sweet, and light. Koulouraki can be eaten in the morning with a hot cup of coffee or tea, in the afternoon as a snack, or as a late night treat.
Ingredients: flour, cane sugar, butter, eggs, milk, baking powder, vanilla extract.
Contains: wheat, eggs, and milk.