Bev’s Biscochitos – Making the New Mexico State’s Cookie

Family Owned

Our Biscochitos, come from Beverly Trujillo one of five siblings. Bev  has always made her Biscochitos for friends and family before the family encouraged her to start selling.  Bev learned to bake biscochitos with her grandma Eugenia, Her mom Josie and her Tia Edna. The Biscochito is also New Mexico’s state cookie! We make them here in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

New Mexico Biscochitos

 

New Mexico Biscochitos

Bev’s Biscochitos started out from a need to raise money to support our Legacy family farm Acres De RJ Legacy. Our farm in Cuba NM has been for generations and is currently utilized for organic farming and horse grazing. Acres de RJ Legacy decided to start growing organic vegetables as no one had utilized the farm for growing for many years. We grow , Cucumbers, and Calabacitas.

Our Biscochitos, come from Beverly Trujillo one of five siblings. Bev  has always made her Biscochitos for friends and family before the family encouraged her to start selling.  Bev learned to bake biscochitos with her grandma Eugenia, Her mom Josie and her Tia Edna. The Biscochito is also New Mexico’s state cookie.  In 1989, New Mexico made the Biscochitos it’s state  cookie.  Many  New Mexicans have different recipes for this cookie but in most cases it has Anise. A star shaped spice that has seeds.

Bev’s Biscochitos started out from a need to raise money to support our Legacy family farm Acres De RJ Legacy. Our farm in Cuba NM has been for generations and is currently utilized for organic farming and horse grazing. Acres de RJ Legacy decided to start growing organic vegetables as no one had utilized the farm for growing for many years. We grow , Cucumbers, and Calabacitas.

Where we make Biscochitos:

Our biscochitos are made fresh weekly at The Mixing Bowl located in the South Valley  We are of using this Bernalillo facility since the being
Economic Development Center.

Current Flavors

We currently make many types of biscochitos, Traditional Anise- The State Cookie of New Mexico , Bev’s Signature, NM Apple Brandy, NM Sangria, Sugar Free Biscochitos, and Organic with Organic Palm Oil, Vegan  and Vegan with Anise.  We try to utilize New Mexico ingredients as much as possible including Bueno Food Anise, NM Apple Brandy, and NM Sangria.

Locations and Catering

Customers can buy these biscochitos at the following location: John Brooks Supermarkets, Kaunes in Santa Fe and at several farmers markets on the weekends. You can also find us at events throughout the year including Dia de Los Muertos, Chocolate Festival and many more.

Bev’s also caters almost any event big or small. For weddings we supply heart shaped cookies for guests.

Can you send me your recipe?

Tia Bev’s recipe is a family secret. It comes down from Tias and Tios, Moms and of course Grandma Eugenia. We have never divulged the special ingredients and techniques that make our cookies so  unique.

Any new flavors on the horizon?

We are always looking for fresh ideas and in recent years we have made a variety of special flavors including Sangria, and NM Apple Brandy.

We’d like everyone to enjoy a taste of traditions and because of this we have also added Vegan, Sugar-free, and Gluten-free.  We also are always looking for new ideas if you have something in mind! Call us up and we’ll be happy to try new ways on keeping this tradition alive.

Do you have offer an easier way to order large quantities of gifts?

Absolutely.  Call us directly to talk about customized labels for your corporate / client gifts, family gifts, or special occasions. (505) 639-6646.

Bev’s Biscochitos Betcha can’t eat just one!!!!

Try Bev’s today with some coffee to experience the taste of New Mexico.

2 Replies to “Bev’s Biscochitos – Making the New Mexico State’s Cookie”

  1. Great meeting you yesterday at the BnB conference! We would love to find a way to partner with you. Cheers,
    Courtney Duran
    Chocolate Cartel/VR Bros Gelato
    (703) 489 6965

    chocolatecartel.com
    vrbrosgelato.com

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