17 Desserts That Go With Pasta
Fill a medium-sized bowl halfway with boiling water and set aside. Allow for 5 minutes of soaking to soften the meat before draining. In a food processor, combine the raisins and the rest of the ingredients and pulse until the mixture has the consistency of sand. Take the blade out of the device. Scoop out dough with your hands and roll it into balls on the palms of your hands; Refrigerate for 30 minutes before serving. Refrigerate for up to one week in an airtight container.
Place the raisins in a medium-sized mixing basin and cover with boiling water. Allow for 5 minutes of soaking to soften before draining. Place the raisins and the rest of the ingredients in a food processor and pulse until the mixture has the consistency of sand. Remove the blade from the unit; Scoop out the dough with your hands and roll it into balls on the palms of your hands; Allow for 30 minutes of chilling time before serving. Store in an airtight jar in the refrigerator for up to one week;
This cheesecake is extremely rich and luscious in flavor. It’s rounded off with a light and airy sponge cake shell, which results in an absolutely delicious dessert. Junior’s, a New York City eatery known for its cheesecakes, is credited with popularizing this delicacy. Using this copycat recipe, you may enjoy the exquisite dessert in the comfort of your own home.
In Italy, a light and creamy dessert known as tiramisu is served that is just to die for. Would you like to save this recipe? If you provide your your address here, we’ll send you the recipe right to your inbox! A layer of rich mascarpone cream is layered on top of a bed of espresso-soaked ladyfingers at the bottom of the cake. A little coating of chocolate powder completes the presentation. Traditional tiramisu calls for raw eggs, but for the sake of food safety, you will not be using them in this version of the dessert.
Please be advised that these lemon bars are quite addicting. When you come face to face with this dish, your self-control will be completely thrown out the window! Complemented by a buttery shortbread crust, a creamy lemon filling, and a dusting of powdered sugar on top, these delicacies have exceptional flavor and texture pairings that will tickle your taste buds.
7-Up cake is a soft and delicious bundt cake with a decadent icing that is perfect for any occasion. Both the cake and the icing are overflowing with citrusy lemon and lime tastes, thanks to the use of 7-Up. As a result of its solid texture, this dessert pairs particularly well with a light entrée such as seafood angel hair pasta.
As a fan of both coffee and ice cream, affogato is a treat that I look forward to every day. This traditional Italian dessert is made out of only just two ingredients. It’s also a snap to put together. All you have to do is drizzle coffee over vanilla ice cream and you’re done. Isn’t this a brilliant concept?
You may customize this delightful fruit dessert by using your favorite fruits in the crust and the cream cheese filling. The combination of a crisp and buttery crust, a smooth and velvety filling, and sweet and tangy fruit results in the most amazing dessert experience!
It appears to be quite complicated, yet upon closer inspection, it is actually rather simple to create. It’s so simple to prepare that you can do it even on a hectic day!
8.Key Lime Cake
Key lime cake is a deliciously sweet and tangy treat that is bursting with flavor. The cake itself is wonderful, but the key lime glaze and cream cheese frosting elevate it to an entirely new level of decadence. Thank you, Trisha Yearwood, for creating such a beautiful summer dessert that I would enjoy eating at any time of year.
Granita is a Sicilian frozen dessert comprised of sugar, fruit juices, and water that is served chilled. To make this granita, you’ll use lime juice to flavor it, and the result will be a bright and delicious delight. It just calls for three ingredients — can you believe it?! It’s straightforward, yet it provides complete satisfaction. If you’re on a diet but still want dessert, this recipe is for you.
Sugar, fruit juices, and water are combined to create this Sicilian frozen treat. To make this granita, you’ll use lime juice to flavor it, and the result will be a bright and pleasant snack. Can you believe that just three items are required?! Simply said, it is effective and pleasing to the eye. In case you’re trying to lose weight but still want dessert, this recipe is for you.
Granita is a Sicilian frozen dessert made from sugar, fruit juices, and water. In this dish, lime juice is used to flavor granita, resulting in a bright and delicious delicacy. It just calls for three ingredients – can you believe that?! It’s straightforward, yet it provides satisfactory results. It’s the perfect dessert if you’re on a diet yet still want something sweet.
12.Italian Ricotta Cookies
Granita is a Sicilian frozen dessert comprised of sugar, fruit juices, and water. In this recipe, you’ll use lime juice to flavor granita, which will result in a bright and delightful delicacy. It just takes three ingredients – can you believe that?! It’s straightforward, but it certainly delivers. It’s the ideal dessert if you’re on a diet yet still want something sweet.
13.Italian Hot Chocolate
Italian hot chocolate is thick and creamy, with a crazy amount of chocolate flavoring it. You know why, don’t you? Because not only does it contain cocoa powder, but it also contains genuine chocolate! Because it incorporates cornstarch, this cozy beverage is also exceptionally thick, outdoing any powdered chocolate milk mixes available on the market.
Italian hot chocolate is thick and creamy, with a crazy amount of chocolate flavoring added in. Know why I’m saying this? Due to the fact that it not only contains cocoa powder, but also actual chocolate! In addition to being exceptionally thick as a result of the cornstarch in it, this cozy beverage puts all powdered chocolate milk mixes to shame!
15.Italian Chocolate Chip Cookies
These Italian cookies have a wonderful chewy texture and are really soft. Not only are they stuffed with chocolate chips, but the cocoa powder adds an extra layer of chocolatey flavor to the mix.
With double the chocolate, comes double the enjoyment. The form of the earrings is similarly that of a teardrop. I’m not sure why, but I have a feeling it has something to do with the fact that one taste will make you cry tears of joy.
16.Italian Hazelnut Cookies
Baci di dama are hazelnut sandwich cookies with a dark chocolate filling that are baked in a cast iron skillet. They’re rich and buttery, and they’re so soft that they practically melt in your tongue. Fascinating fact: The phrase “baci di dama” translates as “lady’s kisses” in Italian. Because the cookies had the appearance of two lips kissing, they were given this name.
17.Pineapple Angel Food Cake
These hazelnut sandwich cookies with a dark chocolate filling are known as Baci di dama (daughter’s cookies). Because they are so soft, they melt in your tongue. They are creamy, buttery, and decadent. Fascinating fact: The phrase “baci di dama” translates as “lady’s kisses” in the Italian language. Hence the name, which is derived from the fact that the cookies resemble two lips kissing.
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34 of Nonna’s Best Italian Desserts
My mother baked these delicacies, which were scented with cinnamon and anise, for neighbors, teachers, and anybody else who happened to drop in. Make sure the honey doesn’t boil for more than a minute, otherwise it will burn on the bottom of the pan. —Sarah Knoblock, of Hyde Park, in the state of Indiana Take a look at some of these wonderful sweets from across the world. 2/34
There’s nothing better than a traditional dessert made in a guilt-free manner. My friends have even stated that they prefer my lighter version of tiramisu over other variations. —Ale Gambini, a resident of Beverly Hills, Calif. 3/34
Italian Sprinkle Cookies
This is my favorite Italian cookie recipe out of all the ones I’ve tried. These sprinkle cookies take some time to make, but believe me when I say that the effort is definitely worth it! We used to own and manage an Italian American restaurant, and this recipe has been passed down through the generations. Newburgh, New York resident Gloria Cracchiolo shares her thoughts. 4/34
Amaretto Ricotta Cheesecake
Why was this treasured recipe passed down to me by a family member? There’s an excellent reason for it. It’s definitely a keeper! The combination of amaretto and ricotta results in a wonderfully unique dessert. The author, Isabel Neuman of Surprise, Arizona 5/34
The semisweet and white chocolate drizzles on top of these biscotti give them a lovely appearance. Because they are baked for a shorter period of time than other biscotti, they are a little softer. — Cheryl Ludemann lives in the town of Boonville, New York. 6/34
Tangerine Chocolate Semifreddo
This zesty, chocolatey semifreddo was born out of my desire to make a new frozen treat for my family. For a more exquisite presentation on special occasions, top each dish with whipped cream, a tangerine segment, and baking cocoa to finish it off perfectly. —Claire Cruce from Atlanta, Georgia. 7/34
Limoncello Cream Pie
Our favorite way to chill down after a large Christmas feast is to indulge in a frozen lemon pie. Each smooth, creamy slice is infused with a touch of refinement thanks to the use of Limoncello. — Jessie Grearson-Sapat of Falmouth, Maine, submitted this entry. 8/34
My grandma could not communicate effectively in English, but she understood the language of delicious food.
This recipe for wine biscuits is crisp and delicious, and it is best enjoyed after being soaked in even more wine. — Julia Meyers of Scottsdale, Arizona, sent in this photo. 9/34
Pine Nut Snowballs
This recipe was inspired by my great aunt Commie’s Russian tea cakes, which were flavored with pine nuts and amaretto. New Yorker Christianna Gozzi lives in Astoria. 10/34
Chocolate Anise Cannoli
The something-special treat you’ve been hunting for to add to your Christmas cookie platters has finally arrived. Using wonton wrappers to hold anise, cherries, chocolate, brandy and pistachio filling, we promise that these bite-sized treats will be gone in a flash. The writer, Marie Rizzio, lives in Interlochen, Michigan. 11/34
Italian Orange-Fig Cookies
One of the first Christmas cookies I baked after discovering that I couldn’t eat gluten any longer was this particular recipe. Because six of my family members and friends have also had to give up gluten over the course of those eight years, these delectable Italian cookies have now become a beloved Christmas tradition for the entire family. And, by the way, no one will be aware that they are gluten free until you tell them. If you store the cookies in a dry area, they will last for several weeks.
This recipe was given to me by a very good friend, and I bake them to remember me of our time spent together. I prefer to pour melted white chocolate or chocolate chips on top of the cooked cookies once they have finished baking. Paula Prechtl of Brockport, Pennsylvania, sent in this message. 13/34
Marvelous Cannoli Cake
In this decadent cake, which starts with a box mix, a delectable cannoli filling is sandwiched between the delicate vanilla layers and topped with chocolate shavings. It tastes best when it’s served very cold. Ridgefield, Connecticut resident, Antoinette Owens 14/34
Chocolate Fruit N Nut Cookies
These classic Italian delights, which are stuffed with fruit, nuts, chocolate, and a slew of flavors, are sure to please. With a hot beverage, we enjoy them over the Christmas season. 15/34
Our rendition of a well-known Italian delicacy contains a creamy filling that is sprinkled with bits of bittersweet chocolate. The pistachios, chopped, add a nice finishing touch to the dish. Test Kitchen 16/34 —Taste of Home 16/34
Italian Christmas Cookies
A single batch of delicious ricotta cheese cookies is never enough for the entire family to enjoy. One to give away and two more to keep at home are typical of the recipes I cook. Because of the ricotta cheese, the morsels are exceptionally moist. — Doris Marshall of Strasburg, Pennsylvania, is a writer. 17/34
Italian Rainbow Cookies
My family has been making these traditional Italian cookies for centuries, and the homemade version is far superior to the store-bought version. They are always a particular treat during the holidays, or at any other time of the year for that matter. — Cindy Casazza lives in Hopewell, New Jersey. 18/34
Tiramisu Cheesecake Dessert
I had never been a fan of tiramisu until I tried this recipe, which has delectable slices of cheesecake between them. Making this dish during this time of year is one of my favorites. •Christie Nelson from Taylorville, Illinois. 19/34
Almond Chocolate Biscotti
Whenever I give these chocolate-covered cookies as presents, my neighbors look forward to receiving them.
It’s wonderful that this chocolate biscotti recipe is so simple to put together. Ginger Chatfield of Muscatine, Iowa, contributed to this article. 20/34
During a recent trip to Italy, I developed a strong need for gelato. Lemon was my favorite since Italian lemons have a strong flavor and are quite refreshing. This meal brings back pleasant memories of our holiday in the Caribbean. —Gail Wang from Troy, Michigan. 21/34
Coconut Italian Cream Cake
Before arriving to Colorado, I’d never had the pleasure of tasting an Italian cream cake. Now that I live in the region, I bake for others, and this cake is one of the most frequently requested sweets. • Ann Bush from Colorado City, Colorado. 22/34
Before relocating to Colorado, I’d never had an Italian cream cake. Now that I live in the region, I bake for others, and this cake is one of the most frequently requested items I provide. • Ann Bush from Colorado City, Colorado 22/34
Italian Pignoli Cookies
Before relocating to Colorado, I had never had an Italian cream cake. Now that I live in the region, I bake for others, and this cake is one of my most frequently requested delicacies. —Ann Bush of Colorado City, Colorado 22/34
Adapted from a recipe that my Italian-born mother and grandmother followed while they were growing up. They used to use old irons on a gas burner, but today we have the convenience of electric pizzelle irons to make things even easier. In our household, these delightful cookies are still a go-to treat for special occasions. •Elizabeth Schwartz of Trevorton, Pennsylvania. 25/34
Lavender Peach Gelato
Serving suggestions: as an appetizer, as a palate-pleaser between meals, or as a dessert that tastes like pure paradise served in an individual scooper. — Christine Wendland of Browns Mills, New Jersey, is a freelance writer. 26/34
Italian Lemon Cookies
A Christmas without my grandmother’s cookies would just be a regular day at the office. Having a plate full of these light and zesty biscuits is just delicious! Elizabeth Miller of Broadview Heights, Ohio, contributed to this article. 27/34
Italian Cenci Cookies
Almost a century ago, my mother brought this treasured family recipe from Europe to the United States. For Easter, I sprinkle yellow, pink, and purple jelly beans over them, and for Christmas, I use red and green sugar sprinkles to give the cenci a festive appearance. Without the garnish, they usually seem to evaporate quite quickly! —Anna Coduto of Fullerton, California, U.S. 28/34
Italian Holiday Cookies
When I was growing up, many of our holiday traditions revolved on the delicacies that my mother used to cook for us. These cookies, which we affectionately referred to as “Strufoli,” evoke lovely memories for us. —Valatie, New York resident Sue Seymour 30/34
Cookies during the holidays, such as these nutty fig cookies, are a huge event in our household. That I am passing on this Italian custom to my two boys makes me extremely happy. — Angela Lemoine of Howell, New Jersey, is a writer. 31/34
My aunt used to bake anise dishes all of the time for dessert, and these biscotti were my personal favorite among them.
The fragrance of the cookies baking made me almost swoon the first time I walked inside the house; the aroma seemed to permeate every room. Elizabeth Perea (Van Nuys, California) wrote: 32/34
Cannoli Wafer Sandwiches
My family and I enjoy going to a local Italian restaurant that has a fantastic dessert buffet every time we go. Because the cannoli is one of our favorite desserts, I knew I wanted to create my own, more straightforward version. It is ideal to serve these sandwiches the same day they are made so that the wafers stay lovely and crunchy. Nichi Larson, a resident of the city of Shawnee in Kansas 33/34
Rainbow Layered Cookies
These delectable slices, which are perfectly balanced in the sweet spot between cake and cookie, will be the star of your cookie platter. Ms. Sherry Thompson is from Seneca, South Carolina. 34/34
Brownie Affogato Sundaes
We can’t get enough of brownie sundaes. I blended the notion of an affogato (coffee-based beverage) with a brownie to create this sumptuous sundae that has it all: warm, cold, sweet, and salty flavors all in one bite. • Julie Merriman, a Seattle, Washington-based freelance writer The original publication date was July 11, 2018.
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Best ever tiramisu
- A 4.3-star rating out of a possible 5.220 stars. This really easy Italian dessert actually benefits from being prepared ahead of time, as it allows all of the wonderful flavors to blend together.
Orange polenta cake
- 4.6 stars out of 5.124 ratingsGive your dessert an Italian flair with this delicious and flavorful polenta cake
- 4.6 stars out of 5.124 ratings
- Create an Italian flair in your dessert with this rich and fruity polenta cake, which has received an average rating of 4.6 out of 5.124 reviews.
Italian apricot fool
- A 3.3-star rating out of a possible 5-star rating Enjoy the flavor of this wonderful Italian apricot fool
- It is sure to please.
A 3.5-star rating out of a possible five stars. Learn how to make cannoli from scratch with our simple to follow instructions. Featuring a crisp pastry crust and a creamy, sweet ricotta inside, this classic Italian pastry makes for a delectable snack.
A star rating of 0 out of 5 is assigned to this item. 0 out of 5 stars Make use of high-quality eggs to get a wonderful golden tint in this pandoro — a sweet bread that originates in the Italian city of Verona. To serve, liberally dust the top with icing sugar.
Tiramisu ice-cream cake
- A four-star rating out of a possible five-star rating Take care of your guests with this beautiful summer dessert, which is ideal for al fresco dinner gatherings.
Sherry, almondorange pandoro
- A five-star rating out of five is given. 2 out of 5 stars This buttery, Italian bread is unquestionably the highlight of the Christmas dessert table. Using whipped cream and a drizzle of chocolate, create a festive dessert that is light and refreshing.
- 5 stars out of 5 for overall quality. Two stars out of five This buttery, Italian bread is unquestionably the highlight of the holiday dessert table. Using whipped cream and a sprinkling of chocolate, make this festive treat that is light and airy.
Chocolate torta della nonna
- A 4.2-star rating out of a possible 5-star rating By incorporating dark chocolate into the classic custard filling and delicate sweet pastry, you can give this Tuscan dessert a wonderful new twist.
Zabaglione trifle slice
- A rating of 4.9 stars out of a possible 5.18 stars. This meal is inspired by both trifle and tiramisu, and it incorporates some of the greatest features of each into one dish.
Easy peachalmond tart
- A 3.5-star rating out of a possible 5.6 stars Consider this to be the Italian counterpart of the British bakewell tart, which is delicious either as a dessert or with a cup of tea.
Tonka bean panna cotta with roasted rhubarb
- A five-star rating out of a possible five-star rating This delicate tonka bean and orange-infused panna cotta mixes nicely with brilliant pink forced rhubarb, making it the ideal dessert to serve when you want to wow your dinner guests.
- A five-star rating out of a possible five-star rating Zabaglione (Italian custard) is delicious when rippled with crushed berries for a fast and spectacular dessert
- A five-star rating out of a possible five-star rating is awarded. Zabaglione (Italian custard) is wonderful when swirled with crushed berries for a fast and delicious dessert
- A 3.8-star rating out of a possible 5-star rating With its Italian influence, this simple affogato recipe is the ideal summer treat. This easy coffee treat can be produced in five minutes with only two ingredients and takes only five minutes to prepare.
- A five-star rating out of five is given. 4 out of 5 stars This light frozen dessert is smooth and mushy, similar to those found in the eastern regions of Italy, and it is the perfect palette cleanser to round out a dinner party meal.
The first thing that springs to mind when thinking about Italian meals is indulgent platters of spaghetti and meatballs, thin-crust pizza, or heaping mounds of caprese salad, you’re not alone in thinking this way. It is no surprise that Italian appetizers and entrée recipes are among of the most widely acclaimed in the world. Imagine being able to go anywhere in the world without encountering a pizza and pasta business on the outskirts of your destination. Italian sweets, on the other hand, need to be celebrated as well because they are equally as delectable.
As a result, the next time you’re planning a spaghetti night or a create your own pizza night, be sure to finish the meal with one of the Italian sweets listed below.
Are you concerned that the sweets will be too difficult to make?
The majority of Italian desserts are very easy to prepare, and many of these are merely Italian variations on more traditional, basic dessert recipes.
Our 32 Best Italian Desserts
and ndash;Corn Panna Cotta with Blackberries ndash; both made with goat milk Photograph courtesy of Christopher Testani Desserts in Italy, ranging from pumpkin-gingersnap tiramisù to creamy rose panna cotta, may provide a delightful sweetness to the conclusion of a meal or meal course. Here are a few of our favorite Italian sweets to share with you.
Goat Milk-and-Corn Panna Cotta with Blackberries
and ndash;Corn Panna Cotta with Blackberries ndash; both made with goat milk Photograph courtesy of Christopher Testani Top Chef winner Brooke Williamson’s subtly sweet and tangy panna cotta is the ideal way to show off summer’s bounty of ripe fruits. Advertisement Advertisement
and ndash;Corn Panna Cotta with Blackberries ndash; both made using goat milk. Christopher Testani is credited with this photograph. It’s the perfect way to show off ripe summer fruits in this gently sweet and tart panna cotta from Top Chef winner Brooke Williamson. Advertisement Advertisement
Mixed-Nut-Milk Panna Cotta
Panna Cotta with Mixed Nuts and Milk These delicate custards are a wonderful way to showcase the subtle, nutty flavor of handmade nut milk, which is otherwise difficult to achieve. Advertisement
Biscotti with chocolate and pistachios (photo courtesy of John Kernick) Kevin Sbraga makes these delightful nutty biscotti in a variety of flavors, occasionally dipping them in melted dark chocolate to provide an added layer of taste and texture.
Sweet Corn Panna Cotta with Fresh Blueberry Compote
Day 28: Panna Cotta with Fresh Blueberry Compote made with Sweet Corn Photograph courtesy of Con Poulos The use of sweet corn in a creamy, smooth panna cotta creates an unusual and wonderful summer dessert that is sure to please.
Tiramisu with Pumpkin and GingersnapCredit: Lucy Schaeffer It’s a cross between pumpkin pie and tiramisù, with layers of pumpkin-mascarpone custard between layers of gingersnaps drizzled with Calvados syrup. Frozen for a few hours, the flavors and textures combine to create a wonderfully creamy dessert. Advertisement Advertisement
Torrone Semifreddo (Sweet Torte) Torrone is a type of Italian nougat prepared with honey, egg whites, sugar, and almonds that is delicious. It might be soft and chewy or firm and crispy depending on the texture. Using this recipe, you’ll incorporate crunchy store-bought nougat into whipped cream and honey before freezing the result. What results is an ice cream-like dessert that is exceedingly delicious and quite simple to make.
Zabaglione with Strawberries
Strawberry Zabaglione (Zabaglione with Strawberries) If you wish to make the dish ahead of time, combine the zabaglione with whipped cream and chill it as indicated in the first variant below. If you want to serve the zabaglione hot, serve it immediately after making it.
Honey-Sweetened Mascarpone with Berries and Pistachios
Mascarpone with Berries and Pistachios that has been sweetened with honey During her visit to Umbria, Dahlia Narvaez fell in love with the incredibly thick mascarpone cheese she sampled. “It’s such a beautiful setting for all of the different honeys that are produced in Italy,” she adds. She used a delicate Umbrian wildflower honey for this meal, but she adds that heavier honeys, such as chestnut, would be equally delicious. Advertisement
Cherries Poached in Red Wine with Mascarpone Cream
Cherries poached in red wine with mascarpone cream is a delicious dessert. Photograph courtesy of Ben Dearnley Topping for poached cherries is made with thick mascarpone cheese and honey, which is lusciously rich. You may serve the dessert warm or cold, depending on your preference. We enjoy it in both forms.
Creamy Rose Panna Cotta
Panna Cotta with Cream and Roses Photograph courtesy of ANNA WILLIAMSE While Susan Eastland’s supereasy and gorgeous dish is adorned with rose petals, it is also complemented with rose syrup, which makes it much more attractive.
Almond Cake with Pears and Crème Anglaise
A cake made of almonds, pears, and crème fraîche Anglaise Featured image courtesy of Simon Watson Countess Florence Daniel Marzotto served a basic sponge cake cooked with fragrant almond flour, cut in half, and filled with a layer of delicate pears as a simple but exquisite dessert for her guests. Cooked in butter in a covered skillet, the pears simmer in their own juices, generating a syrupy sauce that is uniquely theirs. Serve immediately. Advertisement
White Peach Tart
Recipe courtesy of John Kernick. White Peach Tart In the words of Marco Canora, “this crust is not what you’d anticipate.” This is fluffy and cakey instead than crunchy, as the name suggests.
As mentioned above, the dough is excellent for last-minute baking since it does not need to be cooled before it is rolled out. Using ripe but still firm peaches for the filling is recommended by Canora; drippy fruit may cause the delicate crust to become mushy.
Raspberry Jam Bomboloni
Bomboloni with Raspberry Jam (photo courtesy of Quentin Bacon) MK The Restaurant in Chicago’s Kate Neumann states that anytime she offers bomboloni (Italian doughnut holes) on the dessert menu, they are always sold out within minutes of being introduced. She also prepares them at home from time to time: “They are simple to prepare ahead of time and then fry at the last minute,” she says, “and they are also pretty simple to dress up,” she adds. Neumann fills the doughnut holes with fruit jams or chocolate ganache before rolling them in sugar and spices such as anise and cardamom as soon as they come out of the frying pan, according to the recipe.
Vanilla-and-Cider Panna Cottas with Spiced Ginger Cookies
Panna Cottas made with vanilla and cider, served with spiced ginger cookies Featured image courtesy of John Kernick With a beautiful apple-cider gelée, Shawn McClain elevates his cinnamon-and-vanilla-flavored panna cotta to the next level. Due to the dessert’s ability to properly mix creamy and tart tastes, the author compares it to a Creamsicle. Advertisement
Semifreddo with Limonade e Honey Featured image courtesy of Hallie Burton This frozen mousse, inspired by semifreddos served at restaurants such as Cut in Beverly Hills, is created by Grace Parisi of F W. It is a simpler alternative to ice cream and can be made in less time than ice cream.
Italian Trifle with Marsala Syrup
Trifle with Marsala Syrup in an Italian Style Featured image courtesy of John Kernick When Fabio Trabocchi creates this dessert in Italy, he uses Alchermes, a vivid crimson cinnamon-scented liqueur that is hard to get by in the United States. The Sicilian fortified wine Marsala is a wonderful option since it has a more modest color but a comparable spicy flavor, making it ideal for drowning squares of soft sponge cake piled with vanilla-infused pastry cream in a similar fashion.
Torta Della Nonna
Torta Della Nonna”Grandmother’s cake” is a typical Tuscan delicacy, albeit each nonna prepares it in a somewhat different way than the others. Joe Sponzo’s version blends a delicate pastry crust with a smooth pastry cream, which he flavors with vanilla and lemon zest, to create a delicious dessert (other Tuscan cooks add ricotta cheese). He decorates the pastry with pine nuts, which are another regional delicacy. Advertisement
Almond Semifreddo with Caramelized Apples
Semifreddo with Caramelized Apples made with Almonds Cookbook author Karen DeMasco is recognized for recipes that are traditionally exquisite while yet being approachable, such as this supercreamy almond semifreddo (“half-frozen”) topped with warm caramelized apples from her book The Craft of Baking.
Fig-and-Raspberry Tart with Chestnut Honey
Tart with Figs and Raspberries and Chestnut Honey Ormiele di castagno (chestnut honey ormiele) is a Tuscan staple that has an extraordinarily intense, savory flavor that lends a fiery edge to this fall fruit dessert.
The bay leaves and rosemary sprigs on top of the tart give it a wonderful fragrance (they are not meant to be eaten). Peter Pastan is a guy of few beliefs, although he usually uses 11 bay leaves and 13 rosemary sprigs in his cooking since odd numbers are considered auspicious.
Vanilla Zabaglione with Raspberries
Raspberries and Vanilla Zabaglione are a delicious combination. The ethereal Italian dessert sauce zabaglione (also known as sabayon in French) is made from egg yolks whisked together with sugar and the Sicilian fortified dessert wine Marsala, which is served chilled. The addition of vanilla seeds to the Marsala enhances the flavor, and the addition of whipped cream boosts the decadent factor even further. Advertisement
Concord Grape Granita
Granita de Concorde (Concord Grape Juice) Tina Rupp is credited with this image. Concord grape juice, which has three times the antioxidant value of orange and grapefruit juice, provides the sweet, tangy flavor of this refreshing delicacy. Concord grape juice is also good for you.
Italian Almond Tart
Italian Almond Tart (photo courtesy of John Kernick) Brisolona is a rustic dessert that originates in the Lombardy area of Northern Italy, where it is known as brisolona. Suzanne Goin describes it as a hybrid between biscotti and shortbread because of its crumbly texture, buttery flavor, and nutty flavor. She suggests dipping portions of it into the Champagne-spiked sabayon, a light dessert sauce made with beaten egg yolks that she makes herself.
Chocolate Panna Cotta with Spiced Pepita Brittle
A rich, chocolatey dessert topped with spiced pepita brittle. Photocopy; Con PoulosCredit: Con PoulosPhotocopy; Con Poulos This delicate and smooth panna cotta has a flavor that is reminiscent of hot chocolate in custard form. To prepare the brittle, simply melt sugar and water in a saucepan over medium heat, stir in butter and spiced pepitas (shelled pumpkin seeds), and set aside to cool. Advertisement
Frozen Chocolate-Chip Meringata
Meringata with Chocolate Chips, Frozen Meringata, which is Italian for “meringue cake,” is a sophisticated yet approachable frozen delicacy that consists of whipped cream sandwiched between meringue rounds. Raymond Beramendi slices themeringata and serves it with a warm chocolate-espresso sauce, which he makes himself.
HD-fw200701 cartellata.jpg Elena D’Orazio, Palma D’Orazio’s cousin, shared her recipe for these crisp, deep-fried spiral delights with us. Cartellate are usually baked during the Christmas season in their native Puglia by bakeries and home chefs alike. Normally, the cookies are drizzled with honey, but for gatherings, D’Orazio just sprinkles them with lemon zest and cinnamon sugar to give them a festive flair.
Cranberry Panna Cotta
Panna Cotta with Cranberries Using only five ingredients, this gorgeous, low-fat panna cotta comes together in minutes: cranberries, sugar, gelatin, water, and buttermilk (instead of the usual cream). Advertisement
Brutti Ma Buoni
However, they are delicious. Featured image courtesy of John Kernick These crunchy-chewy cookies, which can be found in bakeries all around Lazio and are known as “brutti ma buoni” in Italian, which translates as “ugly but tasty.” The name pretty much sums up what it is. The Antico Forno Molinari, which has been in existence in the town of Frascati since the 1800s, produces this delectable and simple four-ingredient version of the classic.
Umbrian Apple-Walnut Roll-Ups
Umbrian Apple-Walnut Roll-Ups (photo courtesy of Dana Gallagher) This traditional Umbrian pastry, known as la rocciata (roughly translated as “the circular treat” in Italian), is comparable to a strudel in taste and texture.
Made from a sort of pastafrolla (a rich short pastry), it is wrapped around a delectable filling of apples and walnuts before being baked in the oven. For the greatest results, use firm, sweet-tart apples such as Staymans or Winesaps that are firm and sweet-tart.
Chocolate Bread Parfaits
Chocolate-Bread Parfaits are a delicious way to start the day. Photograph courtesy of Antonis Achilleos In this bread pudding parfait, the naughty kick of dark rum and freshly brewed espresso provide the ideal finishing touch to a decadent treat. Advertisement
Stone-Fruit Panzanella with Zabaglione
Panzanella with Stone Fruits and Zabaglione is a traditional Italian dish. Photograph courtesy of Cedric Angeles A typical Italian panzanella (bread salad) blends ripe tomatoes with pieces of toasted stale bread. Chris Cosentino substitutes stone fruits such as apricots and peaches for the tomatoes in this recipe. In order to elevate the dessert, he dollops it with a light zabaglione sauce, which is made of egg yolks whisked with sweet dessert wine and served over the top of the “salad.”
Tiramisu Icebox Pie
Tiramisu Icebox Pie (Photo courtesy of Eric Wolfinger) Using the basic components of a classic tiramisu—ladyfingers, coffee, and mascarpone—pastry chef Mathew Rice of Pastaria in Nashville has reimagined them as an icebox pie. It has a rich coffee mousse as well as salty-sweet coffee crunchies, all of which are designed to be enjoyed with a sense of humor.
21 Irresistible Italian Desserts – The Kitchen Community
Italian desserts are usually on the lighter side since they do not contain mounds of icing or sugary fillings as they do in other cultures. View the RecipesThey have enough sweetness to satisfy your sweet appetite, but these Italian dessert recipes are based on natural tastes that generations of people have cherished for centuries. Although traditional Italian desserts such as tiramisu and biscotti or cannoli have made their way into American restaurants, there are a plethora of other simple Italian sweets that you can experiment with.
Traditional Italian Desserts
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1.Italian Rum Cake “> Italian Rum Cake
It is intended for a good Italian rum cake to be sweet, but it should also have the savory taste of rum added to it to balance out all the ingredients. Even though the cake itself doesn’t have a lot of taste, you’ll need to prepare all of the frostings and fillings from scratch to complete the dessert. Of course, if you want to save time, you may get these items at the shop. Making them from scratch, on the other hand, provides you the opportunity to sweeten them up a bit more if you’re trying to satisfy a sweet tooth.
2.Italian Butter Cookies “> Italian Butter Cookies
Italian butter cookies are light and flaky on the exterior, yet soft and chewy in the interior, making them a favorite among bakers everywhere. For a special treat, you may sprinkle powdered sugar on top or dip half of it in chocolate to make it more delicious. These famous cookies will appear during the holidays, but they are delicious at any time of the year, even the winter months. This cookie has a strong flavor of creamy butter tastes, and it’s delicious enough to eat on its own as a snack.
3.Strawberry Gelato “> Strawberry Gelato
Italian butter cookies are light and flaky on the outside, yet soft and chewy in the inside, making them a favorite among bakers worldwide. A dusting of powdered sugar on top, or dipping half of it in chocolate, makes for a delicious treat.
The holidays are a great time to make these traditional cookies, but they are also delicious any time of year. This cookie has a strong flavor of creamy butter tastes, and it’s delicious enough to eat on its own as an afternoon snack. heartycookbook.com is the source of this information.
Canestrelli has a great flavor that is tinged with a hint of citrus. This cookie is similar in appearance to a sugar cookie but has a crunchier feel. Enjoy this traditional Italian dessert with a cup of coffee or tea. You’ll be delighted with the flavor. When baking these cookies, be sure to use parchment paper to prevent them from sticking to your baking sheet when you’re removing them. There are some Italian sweets that may be kept in a bowl all year for a fast snack in between meals. This is one of such sweets.
5.Torta Barozzi “> Torta Barozzi
Because of the distinct tastes in this Italian brownie, you’ll be pleasantly pleased when you try it. This traditional Italian dessert, known as torta barozzi, has been around since the 1800s and continues to be as popular as ever. To get this wonderful flavor, nuts will be combined with chocolate and coffee. It’s quite OK to consume a couple of them before even placing them on the table. In little time at all, the entire batch will have been consumed. betterbutter.in is the source of this information.
6.Traditional Italian Breakfast Cookies “> Traditional Italian Breakfast Cookies
After all, if the label specifies that you may have them for breakfast, then go ahead and indulge. These cookies may not be nutritionally sufficient to serve as your primary morning food, but they will not disappoint in terms of flavor. These are shaped like small boats, and the outer surface should be somewhat crunchy while the interior should be pleasant and soft in the centre. You want your cookies to be as light as possible, so try to get a good froth going when you are beating in the eggs.
7.Affogato “> Affogato
After a long and heavy meal, you want a dessert that is light and refreshing, but also has the potential to perk you up a little. Nothing could be more wonderful than this affogato recipe, which only calls for three ingredients to make it! Four if you include a generous portion of party wafers, which you may use to dip into your affogato for dipping purposes. Toss your vanilla gelato (or whatever flavor you choose) into a steaming cup of espresso until it is melted. You may also add 2 oz of amaretto liqueur to make things even sweeter if you want to go fancy.
Non-stop sweetness combined with a wonderful pick-me-up after a hefty dinner makes this a winning combination.
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8.Easy Panettone Recipe “>Easy Panettone Recipe
This Panettone bread recipe will completely transform your dessert repertoire. It might take a lot of time and effort to get this recipe precisely perfect, but it will make a significant difference in the end result. Because of the orange, this dish has a nice zing to it, as well as some sweetness from the apricots and cherries. When it comes to the winter holidays, this recipe is ideal since you can substitute some cranberries for the cherries to give it a more autumnal flavor.
The bread will require a few days of planning because it requires a significant amount of time to rise, but you’ll be astonished at how much it benefits your health. izzycooking.com is the source for this recipe.
9.Zeppole “> Zeppole
This Panettone bread recipe will revolutionize your dessert repertoire. To get this recipe just perfect, you’ll have to put in a lot of effort, but the results will be worth it. The orange adds a fantastic zing to the dish, and the apricots and cherries add a touch of sweetness. You can make it even more festive for the holidays by substituting some cranberries for the cherries, which will give it a more autumnal flavor. Make this bread ahead of time since it requires a lot of time to rise, but you’ll be astonished at how much it will benefit you in the long run.
10.Lemon Ricotta Cake “> Lemon Ricotta Cake
Its creamy texture, which is achieved by using ricotta cheese, makes ricotta cake a fantastic Italian treat for any occasion. Because it is a lighter cake, it is an excellent way to conclude a dinner without feeling heavy down. It utilizes a custard sauce on top, which gives it a more completed appearance and also provides some more sweetness to the overall dish, as well. That traditional Italian dessert that you’ll have in your back pocket for when you need to bring something simple yet outstanding to a party will be this one.
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11.Chocolate Gelato “> Chocolate Gelato
Make this chocolate gelato recipe instead of eating ice cream every night if you’re getting weary of it. Unlike ice cream, gelato has a lovely, rich texture that is achieved by using less air and less fat than the traditional method. This gelato recipe is quite straightforward, but it does need a certain amount of time for the components to come together perfectly. Allowing this to lie overnight will result in much stronger tastes, so don’t be surprised if this chocolaty dish becomes a hit with your friends and family.
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Tiramisu is a traditional Italian dessert because of the ideal combination of textures and tastes that it achieves. It has a wonderful blend of sweet and sour flavors, making it a delightful treat to enjoy whenever you want something sweet to end the night with. If ladyfingers are not available, sponge cake can be substituted, which is as fine as an alternative. The fact that this Italian pastry delicacy is so popular outside of Italy is due to the fact that it may be customized to suit the tastes of other areas or cuisines.
You’ll need to use raw eggs in your tiramisu filling if you want to make a really genuine version of the dessert.
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13.Italian Pear Almond Cake “> Italian Pear Almond Cake
The Italian pear almond cake is a unique Italian dessert that is perfect for those who enjoy sweet flavors but do not want to be overwhelmed by too many ingredients. If you’re trying to reduce your sugar intake, this cake is a fantastic alternative because it isn’t quite as sweet as some other cakes you could come across. You’ll end up with pear slices that have been softly infused with vanilla and almond, which will then be topped with whipped cream to lend a little of creaminess and lightness to the overall presentation.
To make the whipped cream even more flavorful, you can mix in a few drops of vanilla essence. If you like something a little sweeter, consider adding some fruit preserves or chocolate sauce to the mix to really bring the flavors together. savoringthegood.com is the source of this information.
14.Easy Classic Pizzelle Recipe “> Easy Classic Pizzelle Recipe
If you don’t have a little Pizzelle iron, that’s fine; you can use a regular iron instead. Regardless of how they seem, you will still be able to enjoy their great flavor. If you have a large number of guests, you’ll need to produce a large quantity of these small Italian treats because they’ll disappear much faster. These are quite similar to the light and sweet wafers that your grandparents may remember eating as children themselves. They adore the flavor, and it’s likely that you will as well!
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15.Italian Christmas Cookies “> Italian Christmas Cookies
There are a plethora of different ways to prepare Italian Christmas cookies, which is one of its most appealing features. It’s quite similar to the soft bread Mexican cookies that you might have enjoyed around the holidays when you were little. You may decorate your cookies with a variety of frostings, sprinkles, and little fillings to give them a distinct flavor. Depending on how you prepare them, they might have a lovely crunch on the exterior and a sensitive, soft inside. American Test Kitchen (
16.Buttermilk Vanilla Panna Cotta Tart “> Buttermilk Vanilla Panna Cotta Tart
If you haven’t had panna cotta, you are missing out on one of the most delectable Italian sweets that can be found anywhere. Due to the fact that it is baked in a tart pan rather than a large mold like previous varieties, this recipe will be slightly different from what you are accustomed to eating. It still has all of the creamy richness, but there is more area on top, and it looks incredibly attractive when sliced into slices because of the increased space. There’s nothing more elegant than a generous dollop of freshly whipped cream on top of this classic Italian dessert.
If you taste it, you’ll note that the flavors are considerably different since it contains some vanilla extract, which helps to balance out any sweetness that may have been there previously.
17.Easy Tiramisu Cake “> Easy Tiramisu Cake
Making tiramisu is one thing, but eating a full cake made entirely of it is quite another! In order to prepare the ultimate tiramisu cake, you’ll need to purchase some pre-made ladyfingers because it will take much too long to make them all from scratch from scratch. Then it’s just a matter of layering the mascarpone cream on top of the somewhat sweet cake until everything comes together perfectly for a delightful Italian dessert treat. It’s quite simple to put together, and if you’re hosting a big occasion, you can always make it the day before so that it has time to cool in the fridge before serving.
Don’t restrict yourself to one or two types; instead, strive to produce numerous various sorts so that you can find out which ones are the most popular. Kirstine’s Kitchen Blog (http://kirstineskitchenblog.com/)
18.Almond Biscotti Recipe with Cranberries “> Almond Biscotti Recipe with Cranberries
Biscotti are a traditional Italian delicacy, and this recipe for almond and cranberry biscotti will add a twist to the standard dish. If the cranberries are too much for you, you may omit them and the dish will still turn out deliciously sweet and tart. Because biscotti is often dry, this is a better choice for an afternoon snack. However, because they include some fruit within, they can help alleviate that problem. Pour some coffee or milk over them and they will become softer to eat since they will have absorbed part of the liquid.
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19.Thick Italian Hot Chocolate “> Thick Italian Hot Chocolate
You might have assumed you knew everything there was to know about hot chocolate, but there are some very intriguing variations available to try out. Not only does this rich chocolate taste incredible, but it also looks stunning when served on a special occasion. It’s wonderful for the cooler months, and you can even add some cinnamon to it to give it a more fall-like flavor if you like. Although the smoked salt is optional, it adds a nice salty element to the otherwise sweet tastes of the dish.
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20.Italian-Style Candied Chestnuts “> Italian-Style Candied Chestnuts
You might have assumed you knew everything there was to know about hot chocolate, but there are some very intriguing variations available to choose from. This rich chocolate is something you’ll want to preserve for a special occasion since, in addition to tasting fantastic, it also looks stunning. It’s wonderful for the cooler months, and you can even add some cinnamon to it to give it a more fall-like flavor if you want. Although the smoked salt is optional, it adds a nice salty element to the otherwise sweet tastes.
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21.5-Ingredient Cannolis “> 5-Ingredient Cannolis
The original cannoli is one of the greatest Italian sweets because it incorporates so many different flavors and textures into a single dish. You’ll get a crispy exterior, a creamy interior, and you can even throw in some chocolate chips if you want to get really creative. This dish is simple to prepare because there are only 5 ingredients in total, so you won’t have to spend much time preparing a batch or two for when visitors arrive. Making your own cannolis can be a nuisance if you don’t have the necessary tools, so be prepared for that.
Simply go to the market and get them already prepared so that you can keep this dish as easy as possible.
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Best Italian desserts
Trying to figure out what kind of Italian sweets to present at your next dinner party? Looking for a simple Italian cake to serve at a summer afternoon tea event? Try some of our dessert options, which include Italian cookies to serve with coffee, chocolate tortes, and, of course, a variety of panna cotta and tiramisu recipes to choose from. With our Italian recipes, you can host a whole dinner party.
Easy Italian dessert recipes
Prepare our sophisticated, original version of this famous Italian dessert, which is prepared with mascarpone, marsala, and savoiardi biscuits that have been steeped in coffee and Tia Maria liquor.
Italian lemon cake
Make our Italian almond and Amalfi lemon cake and see what you think. The lemons from the Amalfi Coast have a distinct, powerful citrus scent and are somewhat sweeter than regular lemons. This light cake is extremely moreish, and it is sure to be a hit with your guests.
Double chocolate Italian biscotti
These chocolate-covered almond biscotti are wonderful culinary gifts for the holiday season, but they are also tasty any time of year. Make these as a small treat to accompany your morning cup of coffee.
Panna cotta with cherry and ginger sauce
Find out how to prepare the greatest version of this traditional Italian dessert in this tutorial. The perfect panna cotta (also known as ‘cooked cream’ in Italian) should be firm enough to keep together yet soft and creamy enough to melt in your tongue when you bite into it. Gelatine is the key to creating this texture, and it may be a difficult component to work with. However, if you follow these easy guidelines, you’ll have it down in no time. Check out this quick and simple chocolate mousse recipe that incorporates espresso for a unique Italian flair.
They’ll be ready in 15 minutes.
Raspberry granita with balsamic caramel
Here is the greatest method for preparing the most delicious version of classic Italian dish! Ideally, the panna cotta (also known as ‘baked cream’ in Italian) should be firm enough to keep its shape yet soft and creamy enough to melt in your mouth. If you follow these easy instructions, you’ll have this texture down in no time. Gelatine is the key to creating this texture, and it may be a tough substance to work with. Check out this quick and simple chocolate mousse recipe that incorporates espresso for a unique Italian flair!
Espresso martini tiramisu
Are you looking for a show-stopping Italian dessert? Make our creamy tiramisu with espresso, kahlua, and vodka for a decadent dessert. This decadent dish is quick and simple to prepare, and it will be a success with all of your guests.
Amalfi lemon syllabub
Try this light and delicious lemon dessert from Bancone, an Italian restaurant in Covent Garden.
Bancone’s simple recipe yields more lemony granita than you’ll need, so save any leftovers in the freezer until you’re ready to use them.
Caffè latte panna cotta with espresso syrup
Try our recipe for silky-smooth espresso panna cotta to see what we’re talking about. This dessert is the perfect way to cap off any dinner party; it’s gluten-free and looks stunning when served in martini glasses, as shown in the photo.
Chocolate and hazelnut meringue semifreddo
Semifreddo, an Italian delicacy with a mousse-like texture, is an ice cream with a mousse-like texture. This recipe is not only visually appealing, but it can also be prepared ahead of time for convenient dinner party hosting. Furthermore, there is no churning necessary.
Italian coffee cake with cappuccino buttercream
It is an ice cream with a mousse-like texture, and it is a popular treat in Italy. It is possible to prepare this meal ahead of time for a stress-free dinner party entertaining experience. Furthermore, there is no need for churning.
Italian hazelnut and chocolate torte
This delectable chocolate torte may appear difficult to make, but it’s actually rather simple to put together for a dinner party. One of the secrets is to cover the exterior with a layer of crispy hazelnut and biscuit crumbs before baking.
Dark chocolate florentines
These crispy biscuits would be a wonderful dessert option to offer with coffee or other hot beverages. Alternatively, you may hang them from ribbons to use as an edible Christmas tree decoration, or you can stack them on a plate and serve them with a cup of hot tea to enjoy.
Boozy tiramisu bombe
This quick variation of the classic Italian tiramisu, made using store-bought sponge cake and without the use of raw eggs, is fashioned like an ice cream bombe and is sure to please everyone.
The major flavor in this dish is marsala, which pairs perfectly with strawberries in this light take on the traditional Italian dessert zabaglione. Overbeating the cream will make it impossible to combine with the zabaglione, so take careful not to overbeat the cream. Whisk until the mixture is just in soft peaks, then carefully fold it all together.
Blood orange polenta cake
Strawberry zabaglione, a contemporary take on the traditional Italian dessert, is enhanced by the presence of Marsala, the primary flavor in this dish. Overbeating the cream will make it harder to combine with the zabaglione, so take careful not to overdo the beating. To make soft peaks, whisk the ingredients together until barely incorporated.