Homemade orange flavored taralli, baked then coated with sweet and tangy lemon icing and colored confetti.
Even the most old-school nonna (that’s grandma in Italian!) turns to shortcuts from time to time, especially if she’s got a whole lot of cooking ahead of her.
Nonna’s Shortcut Ricotta Cookies are so good, no one can even tell they were made using a shortcut.
A recipe for one of the most beloved and famous Italian cookies.
Delicious, crisp and fragrant, the anise flavored pizzelle is a holiday tradition.
The perfect elegant cookies for tea are these dainty almond crisps delicately scented with orange zest.
Kids love to watch the confectioners’ sugar and milk transform into a smooth, creamy white, sweet icing as they stir and stir.
Thumbprint cookies with a buttery base, filled with raspberry preserves and drizzled with an almond glaze.
This traditional ring-shaped butter cookie has been passed down through generations of Italian bakers.
They are flavored with lemon and lime for spring.
Mini muffins that taste just like cinnamon sugar doughnut holes!
The secret ingredient is nutmeg.
Classic anise-scented biscotti are dressed up for the holidays with a dip or drizzle of semi-sweet chocolate.
A delicious recipe from Italy.