Traditional Koulourakia - Two Dozen
Traditional “Pashalina” koulourakia made with imported ingredients from Greece.
Koulourakia are also known as “Pashalina,” because they’re eaten on Easter, or “Pasha” in Greek. Most Greek biscuits are Lenten, but the “Pashalina” are intended to break the fast.
Pi Bakerie's recipe is native to the northern Greek region of Epiros and includes a tinge of freshly squeezed orange juice for added flavor.
Each order is baked on-demand. Items will be mixed and baked especially for you, with the freshest ingredients and will ship within two business day from the date of your order. The goods are individually boxed and packaged in Pi's signature packaging, crafted and imported from Greece and 100% reusable. Goods are carefully protected with lots of padding.
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Weights: 1 lb or approx. 24 cookiesPackaging: Sealed, plastic wrap inside of a paper box.
Ingredients: Butter, eggs, orange juice, sugar, flour, baking powder and baking soda