|Place of origin||Philippines|
|Region or state||Cebu|
|Main ingredients||Flour, eggs, shortening, sugar, and baking powder|
Rosquillos are Philippine cookies made from flour, eggs, shortening, sugar, and baking powder. They were originally created by Margarita “Titay” T. Frasco in 1907 in Liloan, Cebu. The name means "ringlet" in Spanish (from rosca, "ring") and was reputedly coined by Philippine President Sergio Osmeña.
There are two notable variants of rosquillos, differing in shape. The first is galletas del Carmen, which is flower-shaped and does not have a hole in the center. The other is galletas de bato (lit. "stone [mill] cracker"), which has a hole in the center but does not have a crenelated edge.
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