Looking to make some koulourakia, baklava or kourambiedes? Check out these and other mouthwatering Greek biscuit recipes here.
These biscuits are traditionally made in Greece round Easter. I like them any time of year, and also make them at Christmas.
These Greek biscuits, Kourambiedes, are beautiful rosewater and walnut biscuits that are traditionally made at Christmas but you can eat them any time of year.
Try our delicious Greek biscuits for Christmas. They are soft but crunchy at the same time easy to make and smell sweet and delicious.
These are delightful Greek biscuits which are traditionally baked in an S-shape and covered with sesame seeds. You'll love them!
Delicious Greek pastries...probably one of my favorites because of the orange and cinnamon combination. Worth the time they take!
A more buttery take on Koulourakia, the Greek biscuit usually eaten at Easter; these biscuits are simply delightful.
This is a delicious Greek recipe for a biscuit with the texture of shortbread but a tangy orange taste. You can also use lemon instead of orange.
These small biscuits don't look like much but they taste fabulous. These are virtually the same as the Greek biscuits 'Kourambiedes' but these biscuits have pecans.
These lovely crescent biscuits are flavoured with brandy, cloves, almonds and vanilla. They are traditionally served at Christmas.
Serve these traditional Greek almond shortbreads at Christmas or Easter. They're simple to make, look beautiful and make a lovely gift.