Comes in a pack of 6 or 25
Fun fact: Ka'ab actually means 'ankle'. Which is odd, because contemporary lore suggests that its made to represent a horn (like on a gazelle).
Behold at one of the foundational Moroccan cookies that can be found served in almost every Moroccan home. Religious holidays, weddings, baby showers - you name the event and you'll find this served. Ka'ab Ghazal is a sweet almond filling with hints of orange blossom, wrapped in a light almond pastry, and pleasantly designed by hand. A simply great tasting treat.