Shortbread biscuits with figs and jam with figs. Carefully selected figs harvested only when they reach full maturity, they give life to a soft filling, which enhances its fragrance enclosed in a delicate pastry. The shortbread soft-hearted.
If anyone knows how to use figs, it’s got to be the Italians. It therefore makes sense that Mulino Bianco, the most-loved cookie company in Italy, would put together a treat starring the teardrop-shaped fruit. Soft biscuits encasing a sweet, chewy fig filling give your mouth a lot to think about — and your palette a lot to enjoy.
Ingredients: Wheat flour, sugar, non-hydrogenated vegetable fat, 10.4% dried fig paste, 10.3% fig jam (glucose fructose syrup, dextrose, dried fig, frozen figs, sucrose, lemon juice, gelling agent: pectin, acidity, regulator: citric acid), glucose syrup, butter apple jam (diced apple, glucose-fructose syrup, dextrose, concentrated apple juice, sucrose, gelling agent: pectin), glucose-fructose syrup, eggs, skimmed milk powder, whole fresh pasteurised milk, crushed apricot pit biscuit crumbs (wheat flour, egg white, apricot kernel flour, raising agents: ammonium bicarbonate, sodium bicarbonate, flavorings), raising agents (sodium bicarbonate, ammonium bicarbonate, monopotassium tartrate), salt, vanillian flavoring. May contain traces of nuts, peanuts, sesame and soy.
Natural breakage may occur during transit.
These cookies are delicious! The fig jam inside is not too sweet and it is a nice addition to the crispness of the cookie. I will buy them again.
Enjoyed these delicious fig cookies with their crispier cookies and less-sweet filling.