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- Happy New Year Kolachi Fruit & Nut Filled Cookies
Barbara's is very proud to offer home-made, genuine butter-made Happy New Year themed Kolachi cookies. Yay! Promising to become a best-seller, this pastry is a delicious, tender, melt-in-your-mouth sweet cream butter cookie filled with a sweet ground walnut or fruit filling. We offer Walnut, Apricot and Raspberry filled or an Assortment of all three fillings - all are sure to become your favorite!
We offer several sizes. There are about 24 cookies to a pound. And remember, Barbara can personalize or customize each package to your specifications by adding logos, photos, graphics, and/or text, to help make your gift uniquely yours. If you don't see the quantity/size box you want offered, call Barbara as we can develop a package that's suitable for your needs. Remember to select your gift occasion and we'll add a special occasion or holiday message on the outside of the package. Since they are hand-made, the Kolachi cookie can vary in length but are approximately 3" long. Made in small batches with butter and filled with fine, fresh ingredients, they have a delicate & tender texture and melt in your mouth.
Call Barb at 732.995.0497 if you have any questions or have a special request.
These confections are really something special & we are so proud to offer them to you! While we know you will want to treat yourself to these, they make a thoughtful gift perfect for any occasion. These artisan cookies won't disappoint anyone, at any age. A great business-to-business gift as these truly make an elegant, delicious gift and reflect proudly upon the giver. These can be frozen for 6 months for optimal freshness.
These highly addictive confections are an Eastern European delicacy traditionally known as a Kolachi cookie. Depending upon the geographic area, it's also known as Kolacky, Kolachy, Kolaczki, Kifli, Kifle, Kieflie, Kipfel, Kifla or Keeflie (as well as few others.) The cookies are made the way previous generations made them and are devoured by those who are lucky enough to taste them.