Cerro Torre - Almond Conitos

by Wooden Table Baking Co.

$22.00
One of the most difficult mountains in the world to climb, Cerro Torre is an extremely photogenic, mile-high spike of vertical granite often blasted by fierce winds in the Southern Patagonian Ice Field. Fortunately for you, our Cerro Torre Conito is a much more accessible chocolate almond cookie spiked by a mountain of dulce de leche, blasted by dark chocolate, and sprinkled with almond slivers. To add some adrenaline to your almond conito, watch David Lama’s free climb of Cerro Torre in the documentary, A Snowball’s Chance in Hell. Eighty nutty conitos in all!


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Unbleached, unbromated non-GMO flour (wheat flour, malted barley flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, and folic acid), natural butter (cream derived from milk, salt), granulated non-GMO sugar, eggs, non-GMO cornstarch, honey, dark unsweetened non-GMO cocoa powder, semisweet non-GMO chocolate (sugar, cocoa butter, sunflower lecithin, pure vanilla), dulce de leche (milk, pure cane sugar), pure vanilla extract, almonds

Serving Size: 1 Cookie (39g)
Amount per Serving: Calories (170), Calories from Fat (70), Total Fat (8g/12%), Saturated Fat (4.5g/23%), Trans Fat (0g/0%), Cholesterol (15mg/5%), Sodium (30mg/1%), Total Carbohydrate(24g/8%), Dietary Fiber(1g/4%), Sugars (14g), Protein (2g)
Allergens: milk, wheat, eggs, nuts

Recommended Shelf Life: 30 days. If you do not eat all of these in one sitting, you can refrigerate to keep cool and fresh. Our products are best if consumed immediately as they do not include preservatives, artificial flavors or compounds, however you can freeze them and enjoy them up to six months later.