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Panettone with mascarpone cream

Panettone with mascarpone cream

Panettone served with mascarpone cream is one of the most classic and successful combos. Simple and quick to prepare, the version we propose here is very light and delicate. Ideal in every situation, from special occasions to everyday meals.

Polenta & honey cakes with dried figs

Polenta & honey cakes with dried figs

Here comes an unconventional, delicious yet light dessert for all of you sweet-lovers out there! Discover these little cakes, savour the sweet and moist note of honey combined with that singular fig taste and polenta texture: a real delight! Free of artificial sweeteners, this 100% natural dessert is a healthy and light option for all those who believe that 'we are what we eat'. Enjoy!

Rice Plum cake with apricots

Rice Plum cake with apricots

A soft and light Italian plum cake, the ideal choice for breakfast or as a mid-afternoon snack. Easy to make, with a bit of thought this cake can easily be made gluten-free too: all you need to do is replace the regular bread crumbs and flour with coeliac-friendly ingredients, such as buckwheat breadcrumbs and corn or rice flour.

Rice shortbread biscuits with hazelnuts

Rice shortbread biscuits with hazelnuts

Feel like preparing some yummy cookies for your loved ones? Then give this outstanding recipe a try! A mix of regular flour and rice flour, organic hazelnuts and extra dark chocolate chips.. Ideal dunked in a hot cup of coffee or in a nice aromatic cup of tea!

Short crust pastry half-moons with dried fruit

Short crust pastry half-moons with dried fruit

Short crust pastry half-moons are typical desserts of Italian culinary tradition. Depending on where they are made, the recipe can vary a bit, the filling may be different, as may be cooking method also. Traditionally baked around Christmas time in southern regions like Puglia, Calabria, Campania, etc.. they are mostly enjoyed deep-fried (and called Ravioli) at Carnival time in Lombardy, Veneto and other northern areas.

Sweet ricotta mousse

Sweet ricotta mousse

Ricotta is a typical and very versatile Italian cottage cheese: it can be eaten along with savoury dishes, be an ingredient of a savoury dish itself (e.g. pasta with ricotta, quiche..) or it can be a great dessert component! The dessert we suggest in this recipe is a real delicacy - sweet and 100% natural and wholesome at the same time! Feel free to enjoy it.. without the guilt!

Tart with peaches

Tart with peaches

We are delighted to introduce you to this phenomenal tart with peaches! A typical Italian 'crostata' (meaning something like 'crusty tart'), with fresh fruit and nuts instead of the more classic jam: don't you feel like baking one right now?! Just sweet enough, with a fresh and light taste, it makes the ideal breakfast or tea-time treat. You can even pack it in a Tupperware container to give to your children to take to school: a healthy snack made with love!

Walnut cake

Walnut cake

This is a very simple, yet delicious, dessert made with a few basic ingredients: ground walnuts, eggs, sugar and lemon. With its soft consistency and its nutty flavour, this cake is the perfect companion to a hot cup of tea on cold winter's afternoons. You can serve it 'au naturel', sprinkle it with some icing sugar or use it as a base and garnish it with a chocolate or mascarpone ganache.

White caprese

White caprese

'White Caprese' is a delicious alternative version to the classical Caprese chocolate cake, with which it shares some of the main ingredients - eggs, almonds and butter. Its innovation lays in the use of white chocolate to contrast the bitter flavour of the lemons. The recipe originates from the Isle of Capri, from which it takes its name.

Yogurt cake balls

Yogurt cake balls

If you are looking for an easy and quick praline recipe, here is all you need! Follow our indications to create little chocolate dainties coated in fine, grated organic coconut. The ideal snack at breakfast time or in the afternoon, for a moment of pure delight!

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