One of the variants from the original recipe of the cassateddi stuffed with ricotta, honey or sugar and spices, are the cassateddi filled with chickpeas and cocoa cream: the taste is typical and very agreeable to the palate.
Testa di Turco (Moors’ Head) is a Sicilian dessert prepared all over Sicily.
In some town it is made with baked cream-puff pastry in the form of a turban and covered with honey or else filled with ricotta or custard cream and colorfully decorated; in other places, it is made with baked puff-pasty shaped into square and it is spread with ricotta or custard cream.
Sweet fritters, called zeppole, are found all over Italy, from cream-filled pastry puffs in Lazio to pine nut spheres in Emilia-Romagna to brandy-flavored rounds in Abruzzo. Here, a chunk of chocolate and a hazelnut are enclosed in each doughnut-like puff.