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italian cookies


Lingue di gatto are one of many types of cookies known in Italian as pasticcini da tè, (“tea cookies”) because of how well they accompany a cup of tea.

These are soft cookies, similar to Ricotta Cheese Cookies, and the soft pillows of egg nog flavored cookies are lightly glazed, creating cookies the entire family will enjoy.

The Tuscan answer to biscotti, these twice-baked almond cookies are extra crunchy. In Toscana, cantucci are traditionally dunked in Vin Santo, sweet dessert wine – but they are also perfect for dunking in coffee or tea.

These are very famous biscuits, with a dry texture, and are highly suitable to round off a meal as an accompaniment to fine “passito” wines.

There are so many chocolate chip cookie recipes out there, so how do you know which one to make? Well, stop looking because I have the one just for you right here.

This recipe has been passed down through my family for years, so now I want to share it with you.

A recipe to enjoy a good tea accompanied by delicious aniseed cookies.

These classic Italian almond macaroons are light and crunchy. Amaretti have an egg white base and are an easy-to-make cookie.     Serves:48 Prep Time:20 min Cook Time:10 min   INGREDIENTS:   3 cups slivered almonds 2 tbsp all-purpose flour 1 1/4 cups super fine granulated sugar (divided) 3 egg whites, at room temperature 1 …