October 21, 2020

When the holiday season comes around, so too comes a change in the crisp winter air. It paints cheeks rosy, wafts the smell of freshly baked goods from the kitchen throughout the house, and carries the chimes of carols throughout shops. Even grocery stores become some of our favorite winter wonderlands! But, this holiday season, from November to December, candy canes, gingerbread houses, and eggnog won’t be the only thing our family will have on our grocery list; it’s with our utmost holiday cheer that we announce that our Grain Free Cinnamon Crisp Mini Buñuelos will be available in Target, Kroger, Kroger Banners, Whole Foods Markets, Sprouts, HEB,  Albertson companies, Ahold, and independent grocers. There will even be a special 12oz bag of our buñuelos available at Sam’s Club!

As a special family tradition that has been passed along through generations, it warmed our hearts to share our mini, gluten free, gluten free, cinnamon & coconut-sugar version of buñuelos with you for the very first time, in December 2019. To our family, the holidays are about remembering and honoring the ones who came before us, and being intentional about how we connect with loved ones. Imagining you and your family around the table, sipping on hot chocolate and coffee, passing around buñuelos as we have done through the years—that was nothing short of a Christmas miracle. 

Months later, when July 2020 came around, we felt like that’s just what our familia and community needed—a Christmas miracle! So, we scaled-up our Christmas in July celebration with a small batch of buñuelos, available exclusively at It wasn’t until this time—the second time that all of our buñuelos were snatched up in a matter of hours—that we knew: next time we were going to need a bigger Santa sack. And maybe a couple more sleighs, too.

This holiday season, from November to December, our Grain Free Mini Buñuelos Cinnamon Crisps will be available in stores in a 5oz bag for $6.99 SRP. 

Not near any of these stores? Or want to ship as a gift to someone special? No worries! Our Grain Free Mini Buñuelos Cinnamon Crisps are also available online, at starting November 11.

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