Moreliates pulp balls are a fun treat with a scrumptious flavor that is spicy and sweet. These hawthorn pulp balls with chili are a favorite amongst generations, they are sweet and delectable confections that are irresistible!
Tejocote is the common name for Crataegus mexicana and 14 other species of Mexican hawthorns, native to the country's highlands; the name is derived from the Nahuatl word "texocotl," meaning stone fruit. In Guatemala, where the fruit also grows, it is called manzanilla, meaning little apple. Hawthorns, of which there are hundreds of species around the Northern Hemisphere, are pome fruits, cousin to apples and pears and closely related to medlars.
Ingredients: mexican hawthorne, sugar, chili, citric acid, salt, sodium benzoate, artificial colors FD&C (red #40, tartrazine/yellow #5, blue #1).
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