Pan de muerto (Spanish for bread of the dead), is a type of sweet roll traditionally baked in Mexico during the weeks leading up to the Día de Muertos, which is celebrated on November 1 and 2. It is a sweet soft bun with confections sugar often decorated with bone-shaped phalanges pieces. The bread is topped with sugar.
Ingredients: Wheat flour, milk, sugar, eggs, butter, yeast, salt, vanilla and orange zest.
Allergen advice: See ingredients in bold. Made in a factory that handles: Gluten, nuts, sesame seeds, milk, sulfur dioxide and sulphites.
Storage: Store in a dry cool place. Consume within 2 days
Nutritional information (Individual portion): Energy (968 kJ / 229 Kcal), Fat (6.2g), of which saturates (3.6g), Carbohydrates (40g), of which sugar (12g), protein (5.7g), salt (0.42g).
Made & packed in: UK
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