Calling all ricotta and chocolate lovers! Here is the perfect make ahead dessert to end any meal. This Italian Ricotta Chocolate Tart Recipe incorporates both dark & semi sweet chocolate, melted & combined with ricotta, rum & orange zest. It is then baked to perfection as a simple chocolate tart. Your taste buds will be in ricotta heaven!
A rich and thick lightly scented lemon infused pastry cream recipe made with eggs, milk, sugar, cornstarch, butter and a pinch of salt. This gluten free pastry cream is referred to as crema pasticcera in Italian and is an essential component in so many Italian desserts. Follow the tips included to make the best ever pastry cream!
Are you looking for ways to use leftover wine? These traditional rustic looking Ciambelline al Vino are the perfect solution! The ingredients include red wine, sambuca, flour, sugar, baking powder, anise seeds and vegetable oil. White wine can also be used to create an Italian wine cookie that has an irresistible crumbly texture. You won’t believe how easy this recipe is!
Rice and ricotta -an Italian dynamic duo in the shape of an Italian Easter pie! The arborio rice is simmered in milk, along with a vanilla bean and lemon zest, before being combined with ricotta and baked to perfection. The aroma is intoxicating! Come take a look at this family recipe for Rice Ricotta Easter Pie.
Are you looking for a chocolate brownie recipe for Valentine’s Day that tastes decadent but is actually healthy? Well, there is no butter, no added sugar and no wheat flour in this recipe for these Healthy Chocolate Brownies – are you intrigued? The taste combination of dates and pomegranates in these chocolate brownies will leave you speechless!
Thick and Chewy Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies are just perfect with a cool tall glass of milk. Classic, especially if you like to dunk your cookies.
This Creamy Limoncello Italian Ricotta Cake Recipe is a light and refreshing gluten free dessert with just the right amount of sweetness. So simple and convenient to prepare, it is the perfect way to end any holiday meal.
Traditional Italian panettone is usually a rich and dense sweet bread made for Christmas. This simple and rustic family recipe for panettone has no rum-soaked raisins, nor are there any candied fruits. In fact, there are only three teaspoons of butter in this airy and light textured panettone. Curious? Come and take a look!
Would you like an almond-based, dense, nutty, honey-flavored, lightly spiced, dark chocolate coated cookie? If you said yes, these traditional Italian Mostaccioli di Mamma cookies are a must for your Christmas holiday cookie platter.
Struffoli di Mamma are puffy balls of fried dough which are crispy on the outside, light and airy on the inside. These Italian honey fritters are then drenched in citrus scented warm honey and decorated with sprinkles. It’s definitely beginning to look like Christmas!
This Easy Dark Chocolate Nut Bark Recipe will quickly become one of your favourite homemade treats. Roasted almonds, pumpkin and sunflower seeds, all enveloped in dark chocolate – a very nutty, very chocolaty treat that is so simple to make.