Cocadas are a typical coconut candy or cookie that is served in much of Latin America. Cocadas are mentioned as early as 1878 in Peru. In Colombia, cocadas are sold on the streets, and particularly on the beaches, by women who carry them on large aluminum trays.
Sold in half dozen batches.
Ingredients: coconut, condensed milk, butter, almond essence, cocoa, vanilla essence
Allergens in bold