COMPLIMENTARY US GROUND SHIPPING ON ALL ORDERS $48+ **We are closed until March 12 - orders placed during this time will ship March 14th** We are available via email. Contact our sales team to get a custom order started!
When the holiday season comes around, so too comes a change in the crisp winter air. It paints cheeks rosy, wafts the smell of freshly baked goods from the kitchen throughout the house, and carries the chimes of carols throughout shops. Even grocery stores become winter wonderlands. But this holiday season, candy canes, gingerbread houses and eggnog won't be the only thing their family will have on their grocery list; it's with their utmost holiday cheer that we announce our Siete Grain Free Cinnamon Mini Bunuelos will be available from November to December!
Traditionally, bunuelos are fried tortillas, topped with cinnamon and sugar; but to their family, they are a special holiday tradition that goes back three generations. It warms their hearts to share their miniature, grain-free, dairy-free, gluten-free version of bunuelos Mexicanos: Siete Grain-Free Mini Bunuelos Cinnamon Crisps. These Siete crisps are made with simple ingredients like cassava flour and 100% avocado oil for a dairy-free and gluten-free snack. These Mini Cinnamon Tortilla Chips are made with cassava masa, and sprinkled with coconut sugar, cinnamon and vanilla seasoning. Enjoy them many ways—served with a hot cup of coffee, dipped in creamy hot chocolate, or even as a crust for your holiday cheesecake.
About Siete Foods
In 2009, all seven (siete) members of the Garza family began exercising together and adopted a grain-free diet to support Veronica, their sister and daughter, who was diagnosed with multiple health conditions. Going grain-free meant that this third-generation Mexican-American family from South Texas could no longer eat many of their favorite foods. So, Veronica began to create grain-free dishes her whole family could enjoy. When their Grandma Campos said that Veronica's first creation, a grain-free almond flour tortilla, tasted better than her own homemade flour tortillas, the family realized they had something special. In 2014, with their grandma's stamp of approval, Siete was born.
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