- Alfajores de Las Sierras de Minas (Uruguay)
- 464 kilogram(s)
- Uruguay (Minas,Lavalleja)
The largest alfajor weighed 464 kg (1,022 lb 15.11 oz) and was made by Alfajores de Las Sierras de Minas (Uruguay), in the main square of the city of Minas, Lavalleja, Uruguay, on 12 December 2010. The alfajores were created as part of a festival that celebrates the fact that the first alfaor was cooked almost 60 years ago in traditional alfajor factories, in the state of Lavalleja. A traditional clay oven with a special door of 78 inches was created to cook both the cookies. The alfajor measured 1.91 m (6 ft 3.19 in) in diameter and 11 m (36 ft 1.07 in) in height.