Italian Red Wine Cookies

Italian Red Wine Cookies by Evelyn Scott

These are so quick and easy you can bake them anytime, and people will think you spent all day just baking for them !!

3 votes
Vino Cotto (Vincotto) Cheesecake Bars

Vino Cotto (Vincotto) Cheesecake Bars by Deena Montillo

A light-textured cheesecake filling over an amazing almond flour crust!

6 votes
Reese's Peanut Butter Biscotti

Reese's Peanut Butter Biscotti by Daydreamer Desserts

If you love Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and you happen to have some at home, this is one recipe you must try. I must warn you though, once you take a bite out of one of these biscotti you will be hooked!

4 votes
Easter Maritozzi

Easter Maritozzi by Evelyn Scott

Rising Time: 2 hours, 30 minutes If you want to make something even more sinful, Italian pastry shops often squirt whipped cream into maritozzi using a pastry bag after they have cooled, and also dust them with confectioner's sugar. :

3 votes
Italian Pretzel cookies

Italian Pretzel cookies by Daydreamer Desserts

I'm not even sure if there is such a thing as an Italian Pretzel Cookie, in any case I decided to make up my own version. I took a Taralli Dolci dough and dipped it in chocolate. Fatto! Vi do... Josie's Italian Pretzel Cookies.

5 votes
Almond Biscotti

Almond Biscotti by Salad Foodie

Crunchy biscotti are my go-to coffee dunkers. The sweet toasts make a perfect hostess or holiday gift besides. This recipe features almonds but pecans or hazelnuts would be fine, with vanilla extract in place of almond.

1 vote
Strawberry tart

Strawberry tart by Alida

A nice, fresh and easy to make tart with not too much butter content.

1 vote
Chocolate Genoise

Chocolate Genoise by Navaneetham Krishnan

Light, crumbly and melt in the mouth cake.

1 vote
Italian Fig Cookies

Italian Fig Cookies by Angela LeMoine

In our family Christmas cookies are kind of a big deal. We host Christmas day at our house and all I ask people to bring is dessert and let me tell ya, we end up with platters and platters full of homemade cookies. The famous ones are my grandparents gigi {struffoli- I have no clue where gigi came from but its what we call them} and…

1 vote
Walnut Biscotti

Walnut Biscotti by Jenny

Biscotti are dry, twice-baked biscuits that originated in Italy. The traditional recipes contain almonds, pistachios, hazelnut or pine nuts. Nowadays people also use also various seeds, glazes and flavourings. Biscotti can last for a long time if stored in an airtight container. Wrapped in cellophane or placed in a nice box they…

1 vote
Almond Biscotti

Almond Biscotti by Mark Tabak

A very traditional recipe from my wifes Italian grandmother.

1 vote
Cantuccini with dates and thyme

Cantuccini with dates and thyme by Easy Cook - Laka kuharica

Aromatic, dry and crunchy biscuits with no added sugar that ideally complement a cup of coffee or tea. Also, great nibbles to put into the school lunch box.

1 vote
Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Biscotti

Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Biscotti by Culinary Envy

This Outrageous rich Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Biscotti is created from premade banana bread that starts with a cake mix. Yummy!

1 vote
Regina Cookies (sesame Biscotti)

Regina Cookies (sesame Biscotti) by Ambreen

Crispy Italian Cookies...

1 vote
Italian Pepper Cookies

Italian Pepper Cookies by Evelyn Scott

Sometime you may have had some Italian cookies and wondered about the piquant taste. They may have been pepper cookies which come from the far northern Italian border. The pepper does not make the cookies hot, just zippy.

3 votes