These Simple Easy Homemade Italian S Cookies are one of my favorite cookie recipes to make and eat. Let me show you how quickly they come together. I guarantee they’ll easily become a staple in your household.
Pinterest. Some days I love it (inspirational, beautiful, breath-taking pictures!), some days, well … it’s like a good book – once you start, very hard to stop. But some good has definitely come from my Pinterest-ing: this recipe for Lemon Ricotta Cheese Cookies di Chef Luca for example!
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It’s carnival time! In keeping with my family’s tradition, I love to make these Crispy Italian Carnival Fritters aka Chiacchiere, to celebrate.
My mom would love to make this Deluxe Pets de Soeur Recipe especially at Christmastime. But what exactly are these cookies?
I decided to take a break from all the Easter baking by making these Almond Oatmeal Chocolate Cookies. I’ve replaced baking with baking…I think I might have a problem.
Back in November, I promised you an update to these very special cookies. I would like to introduce you to Italian Lemon Knot Cookies version 2.
Delicate. Thin. Crispy. Wafer like. This is how I would describe this classic, authentic, Italian cookie: Pizzelle della Nonna. This amazing recipe for pizzelle is an easy, simple, no butter recipe, that can simply be flavored with vanilla, anise. or even chocolate. Includes storage tips on how to keep pizzelle crispy.