In Italy, the meal isn’t really over until something “dolce” (sweet) hits the tongue. At the same time for many Italians, the morning can’t start without something sweet like biscuits filled in milk, cappuccino or what in English many people call “Latte” (by the way in Italian “Latte” means only “Milk” without coffee!). Let’s try some of our Italian biscuits and pastries
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Biscuits for dogs – 150 gr€9,50
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Italian Amaretti cookies with almond – Box: 4 packs
Offelle di Parona Italian biscuits€9,90
Offelle Parona Italian biscuits cocoa and milk€8,90
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Italian Sweet Recipes
Crostata Cake: It is not easy to trace the origin of the tart, but we can certainly define it as one of the oldest sweets in the peninsula…
The History of Colomba starts with a legend, but first let's talk about what actually is, Colomba. The Colomba Pasquale is the typical leavened cake of the Italian tradition, which is brought to the table on Easter day together with the Neapolitan Pastiera; and is...
Baci Perugina was invented by Luisa Spagnoli, in 1922. Spagnoli was looking for a way to recover the processing waste of other products and created this sweet with gianduia chocolate inside, chopped hazelnuts and a whole hazelnut inside, all covered with dark...
Countdown to Christmas has officially begun and this year just like every other one, in addition to the rushing for the perfect gifts, one of the most important missions is the choice of a high quality panettone, which according to tradition is the protagonist at the...
Tiramisù with Panettone is a popular Italian dessert. It is made of ladyfingers dipped in coffee, layered with a whipped mixture of eggs, sugar, and mascarpone cheese, flavored with cocoa.
Tiramisù with Panettone is a popular coffee-flavored Italian dessert. Tiramisù (meaning “pick me up”) and it is made of ladyfingers dipped in coffee, layered with a whipped mixture of eggs, sugar, and mascarpone cheese, flavored with cocoa. The recipe has been adapted...