Kidoni Glyko tou Koutaliou is one of Greece’s most adored spoon sweets. This quince fruit…
Amygdalota are a type of almond cookie associated with the Cyclades. Although these cookies don’t contain any coconut, they are sometimes called “Greek macaroons”. They may be called rozethes, ergolavoi or troufes in some regions, and can be shaped like pears, or balls or other shapes
They’re hot, fluffy and crisp, usually drizzled with honey and cinnamon or chopped walnuts, while in a more modern rendition they’re dipped in luscious melty chocolate. That’s right we are talking about Loukoumades!