Apple Strudel Recipe

Apple Strudel

Strudel, one of the best Italian desserts, is the delicious dessert stuffed with apples and raisins that is associated with Trentino Alto Adige. Its history, however, is long and peculiar and has a very distant origin, bringing us back to Mesopotamia. The history of the Strudel starts from the Asian regions, where desserts characterized by

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Baci di dama

Baci Di Dama

I baci di dama (lady’s kisses) are cookies originating from Piedmont, more precisely from Tortona. Their origin dates back to about two centuries ago, and they were traditionally prepared with Piedmontese hazelnuts. Hazelnuts are in fact an excellent product of Piedmont, very common and cheaper than almonds at that time. It is only recently that

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Panna Cotta Recipe

Panna Cotta

Panna Cotta recipe has Piedmontese origins and is one of the most well-known and appreciated desserts not only in Italy, but all over the world for the simplicity of its preparation and its delicate taste. The precise origins of this dessert are unknown, we only know that it was born in the Langhe area of ​​Piedmont

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Torta Pasqualina Easter Pie

7 Traditional Italian Easter Dishes

Easter is coming and we have to think about the delicious dishes of traditional Italian cuisine. In Italy, the traditional Easter dishes are not lacking and, from year to year, from generation to generation, are handed down and re-proposed, often with some variations.  In this article we have selected the top 7 traditional Italian Easter dishes

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Zeppole St.Joseph Recipe

Zeppole

The Zeppole di San Giuseppe (Zeppole of St. Joseph)  is a typical dessert of the Neapolitan pastry-making tradition. The name derives from the fact that they are generally prepared in the period of Saint Joseph (19 of March), so much so as to be a typical dessert on Father’s Day. The Zeppole are prepared in

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Mascarpone Cream Recipe

Mascarpone Cream

Say “Mascarpone Cream” and any good Lombard will answer “Panettone” or “Pandoro”. Pronounce the magic word “Mascarpone Cream” and from Rome to the South of Italy they will say “Tiramisu“. In central Italy and especially in Ferrara they will answer you “Torta Tenerina”. Wherever you put it, you fall well! The Mascarpone Cream is perhaps one

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Ricotta and Pear Cake Recipe

Ricotta and Pears Cake

The Ricotta and Pears Cake (Torta Ricotta e Pere) is a cold cake whose original recipe dates back to the skilled hands of the Italian Pastry chef Sal De Riso, who made this dessert almost an emblem of the beautiful Amalfi Coast, where he was from. The cake is prepared with two layers of hazelnut biscuit

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Bocconotti Cookies Recipe

Bocconotti Cookies

It is said that the Bocconotti are typical sweets from Abruzzo, in reality it is a recipe that many regions contend each other: in fact, there are also Calabrian Bocconotti, those from Salento, Molise, Basilicata and Puglia. We can say that the Bocconotti are widespread in different regions of Italy, the original recipes generally include

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Authentic Tiramisu Recipe

Tiramisù

Tiramisù is the Italian dessert par excellence, the most famous and loved one! Although the origins of this famous dessert are not clear, because disputes between the regions of Veneto, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Piedmont and Tuscany, it is still a bedrock of Italian cuisine prepared from North to South.

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Ricotta and Nutella Crostata

Ricotta And Nutella Crostata (Tart)

What is the classic homemade Italian dessert par excellence? Without a doubt the Crostata (Tart), which you can fill with any type of jam or cream. We suggest you a very tasty filling with Nutella, ricotta and chocolate chips. The Crostata is an ideal dessert for breakfast, for a snack or to accompany a tea.

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