Ricciarelli: Chewy Italian Almond Cookies | Pinch me, I'm eating!
Ricciarelli are dense, chewy almond cookies from Siena, Italy. They are a much less fussy Italian cousin to the French macaron — perfect with tea or coffee!
Italian Christmas Cookies - Grumpy's Honeybunch
Italian Christmas Cookies are a soft ball shaped cookie, baked then glazed with an almond flavored glaze and sprinkled with festive colored sprinkles.
Our Sicilian grandmother often had my sister and me roll out the dough for these tasty torcetti. Their melt-in-your-mouth goodness is delicious without being overly sweet.—Joy Quici, Upland, California
Traditional Italian Breakfast Cookies - An Italian in my Kitchen
Traditional Italian Breakfast Cookies, a fast & easy cookie recipe, crunchy on outside and soft inside. Perfect for breakfast or snack.
Italian Anise Cookies
Italian Anise Cookies traditionally are a soft, licorice flavored cookie covered with a powdered sugar glaze and nonpareil's sprinkled on top.
AMARETTI Italian Almond Cookies
Amaretti - Italian almond crinkle cookies; easier, no-rolling-needed version of tradtional biscuits; crunchy on the outside, soft and chewy on the inside.
Italian Lemon Drop Cookies - Cakescottage
Lemon drop cookies, iced Italian cookies or anginetti, whatever your family calls them you’ll be sure to find these traditional Italian cookies at many special occasions and holiday cookie trays.
Italian Fig Cookies (Cucidati)
Italian Fig Cookies, Cucidati, Sicilian Fig Cookies, or Christmas Fig Cookies are a few of the names you might find for this deliciously moist, tender and sweet, fruit filled cookie.
Italian Almond Cookies - Ricciarelli - Fearless Fresh
Ricciarelli are perfectly chewy little Italian almond cookies from Siena. They're amazing Christmas cookies if you're gluten-free, or if you love the flavor of almonds. Topped with a generous amount of powdered sugar, they have a sweet, snowy appearance. Ricciarelli are easy to make in a short amount of time, and a great project for kids. Make sure to use a brand of almond flour with a fine texture; I use Bob's Red Mill. And they're naturally gluten-free!
Wine Cookies / Ciambelle al Vino
Wine Cookies Ciambelle al Vino, a delicious crunchy not too sweet Italian fall cookie, made with white wine. Fast and easy.
Grandma's Italian Almond Macaroons
These Italian Almond Macaroons are an old family recipe passed on from my Italian grandmother. These cookies are a legacy in our family at Christmas time.
Italian Cookies - Dinner at the Zoo
These Italian cookies are soft, almond flavored cookies topped with icing and colorful sprinkles. A classic dessert that's perfect for the holidays.
Grandma's Pizzelle Recipe | Brown Eyed Baker
My grandma's easy and delicious pizzelle recipe for the classic Italian cookie. Lightly sweetened and flavored with vanilla and whiskey (with options for anise and other flavors), they are wonderfully crisp and buttery, and perfect for holiday gift-giving!
Lidia's Italian Pignoli Cookies - Just a Little Bit of Bacon
These gluten-free Italian pignoli cookies, adapted from Lidia Bastianich, are a great holiday cookie full of almonds and pine nuts! A great addition to a Christmas cookie tray.
Recipe: Pasticciotti (Custard-filled Pastries) | Italian Sons and Daughters of America
By: Rossella Rago Ingredients For 1 Dozen For the Dough: 2 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 cup sugar 1 egg 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Salt 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/4 cup butter 1/4 cup Crisco or Lard 1/4 cup milk For the Filling: 3 tablespoons cornstarch 1/2 cup sugar 1/2 cup heavy cream 1 cup milk 2 egg yolks 1 tablespoon butter 1 teaspoon almond extract 1 egg, beaten, for the egg wash Directions To make custard: Sift the cornstarch and sugar then put in a saucepan. … Continued