Sharing a Taste of Holiday Tradition

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This time of year, Kim (the founder of Aleia’s) sets aside a day in her home kitchen to bake her most delicately delicious melt-in-your-mouth holiday cookies, made from the cherished recipes passed down from her grandmother.

“These recipes are the way that I preserve the memories of my loved ones and pass down nostalgia through flavor.” – Kim Snow

One of Kim’s earliest memories of baking was making holiday sugar cookies with her Grandma Nona. Kim’s fondest childhood memories involved standing at Nona’s butcher block table, watching the perfected, handcrafted techniques and listening to family stories.

“I knew at a young age my Dad’s love affair with almond horn cookies was something special. Today I bake these cookies with the utmost respect and the same Italian-passion as my grandma, Nona. The smell of our almond horns is a wonderful memory trigger.” – Kim Snow

Today, Kim’s oven reveals mouth-watering batches of gluten-free chocolate-peanut butter cookies, jelly thumbprints, almond horns, date balls and oh-so-sweet combinations of magic bars.

Everyone has their go-to cookie recipes, but Grandma Nona’s date balls might be your new favorite. Kim is sharing the recipe, and we hope it’ll become a family favorite and a holiday tradition.

Dolce vita (sweet life) to you and your loved ones.

Gluten free date ballsCraveable Recipes

You will fall madly in love with these bite-size treats. They’re a crowd favorite and incorporate all the wonderful flavors of the season. Soft, chewy, crispy, and simply gratifying. We hope we make your holidays gluten-free and flavor-full.

Get the recipe NOW!

Comments 5

  1. Karen James

    I really miss your gf Almond horn cookies they are a favorite if mine as well. Please bring them back. I also was wondering if you have stopped making your gf Peanut Butter cookies. They are my favorite cookie. They helped me adjust to the gf diet I have had to follow for the last 10 years according to my Doctors. Please say they have not been cut from you product line.

    1. Aleia's

      Hi Karen,

      Thank you so much for contacting us. It’s great to hear you love our Almond Horn and Peanut Butter cookies. While I wish I could share great news with you, sadly we will no longer be making them.
      After careful consideration and market analysis, we regret to inform you that we have made the difficult decision to discontinue these cookies. It was a challenging choice to make, as we understand the importance of catering to different dietary needs and preferences. However, we believe that to maintain our commitment to innovation and quality, we must occasionally make adjustments to our product offerings.

      Please accept our apologies for not being able to provide you with better news regarding the cookies. We appreciate your understanding and your continued support.

      Kind regards,

  2. Jacqui Heap

    Are you going to start making almond horns again as we really love them. If not could you give a recipe for them as i have tried other recipes but they haven’t been the same.
    Jacqui Heap

    1. Aleia's

      Hi Jacqui,
      Thank you so much for contacting us. It’s great to hear you love our Almond Horns. While I wish I could share great news with you, sadly we will no longer be making our Almond Horn Cookies.
      We understand that our customers may be curious about our recipe, but unfortunately, we won’t be giving out the recipe for our Almond Horn Cookies. It’s an old family recipe, and that is something we hold very close to our hearts. We appreciate your patience and understanding and thank you for being a loyal customer.

      Kind regards,

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