Greek traditional Christmas cookies with crunchy-soft texture dipped in honey and topped with walnuts and cloves!!!
Still, these traditional goodies are thought to be derived from the ancient and medieval “makaria”, which were eaten during funerals. Gradual changes in the recipe and the addition of dipping them in honey led to melomakarona which etymologically is derived from the Greek word for honey “meli” and “makaria”

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