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Pancakes with Fabbri Minitopping Caramel Syrup

Pancakes with Fabbri Minitopping Caramel Syrup

Did you know that Shrove Tuesday is also called Pancake Day? This is because people participate in pancake races. Running with a frying pan containing a pancake, you must be able to flip the pancake at least three times during the race in order to win. Among the most popular breakfast recipes in the United States, pancakes are very easy to prepare. Here is an example!

Panettone chocolates

Panettone chocolates

Panettone is a very versatile ingredient, you can eat it just as it is, you can assemble cakes with it, make bon bons, as well as little chocolates! Not bad, uh? Try out this recipe and delight your friends and family by offering them the tiny delicacies along with a cup of coffee or with some scented tea! Quick, easy, yummy!

Panettone in a Glass

Panettone in a Glass

Here comes another original idea on how to prepare a delicious dessert in just a few minutes without having to sacrifice either taste or quality! Enjoy 'Panettone in a glass' with an unusual custard: creamy, sweet ricotta cheese mixed with sugar, candied chestnuts and cinnamon powder. A heaven for your senses!

Panettone pudding

Panettone pudding

Everybody likes puddings, whether it's vanilla, chocolate, rice.. the choice is so wide, there has to be one you can't resist! And we think that the one here in this recipe might well become your favourite pudding.. Intrigued? Then give it a try - you won't be disappointed!

Panettone sandwich

Panettone sandwich

This tempting snack resembles a little the famous American peanut butter and jelly sandwich, a beloved tea time accompaniment for children (but sometimes adults too) in the US. Our version (an Italian one!) features Panettone instead of sliced bread, raspberry jam, hazelnut cream and a delicious home-made caramel.. What are you waiting for?

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.

Panna Cotta with Cherry Jam, Black Cherries and Biscuits

Panna Cotta with Cherry Jam, Black Cherries and Biscuits

A wonderful Panna Cotta served with delicious cherry fruits and syrup

Parrozzo

Parrozzo

A typical Italian dessert for those who love almonds
Pears with fig sauce and yogurt

Pears with fig sauce and yogurt

This dessert, featuring two typical Italian fruits, namely pears and figs, as well as the much loved Prosecco, is a delicate and refined finale for an elegant, special dinner. The light clove and cinnamon aromas provide an exotic note, while the lemon and the yogurt soften the sweetness of the dish. Enjoy this delicious, natural dessert!

Pineapple & orange with Gastronomic Glaze

Pineapple & orange with Gastronomic Glaze

There's nothing better, at the end of a hearty meal, than a nice bowl of fresh fruit salad! In this recipe, Ponti suggests an unusual dressing for your pineapple and orange salad, which is one of its own gastronomic glazes. A most welcome surprise for your taste buds, this dessert is ideal as an afternoon snack as well. Ps. Don't forget the mint!

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.

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.

Strawberries with Balsamic Vinegar

Strawberries with Balsamic Vinegar

Here comes a fresh, original and unbelievably easy recipe for a dessert or a rather eccentric salad: the sweetness and tenderness of the strawberries marry beautifully with the stronger Parmigiano Reggiano flavour, and both tastes are enhanced by the balsamic vinegar drops. You can serve it as a dessert or you can enjoy it as a salad on warm spring and summer days, in which case, feel free to add some greens!

Strawberry semifreddo with Balsamic Vinegar

Strawberry semifreddo with Balsamic Vinegar

Cakes and baked sweets are always a nice dessert, but in spring or summer there is something we crave far more: ice cream! This recipe shows you how to create a fantastic, fruity, semifreddo - that is a creamier ice cream - with a few basic ingredients! Make sure you get tasty, organic strawberries for best results.

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