This creamy and sweet Sardinian treat was originally created to be enjoyed after a long day of work. The protein packed cheese helped farmers regain their strength after a day in the fields, and the sweet gooey honey on top was the perfect touch to make it deliciously rich! This classic dish was intended to be eaten as a main dish, but over time it has evolved into more of a savory dessert all across Italy!
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While Meringue might have a complicated history that is hard to pinpoint, it is still considered a part of Italian food history as well. There are actually three different types of Meringue – Swiss, French, and Italian – and they are all very similar with slight variations. This recipe will, of course, follow the Italian recipe for Meringue, and we will be making them into crispy lightweight cookies. They are a wonderful little treat, perfect for all ages and so incredibly easy and cheap to make that you will be making a batch every weekend!
A light and creamy dessert that everybody loves! This gelatinous yet rich panna cotta serves as a great base for a spectrum of toppings like fresh fruits, syrups, compotes, nuts and chocolates, and anything else you can create. This dish can be enjoyed during any season and has been a favorite for Italians since the ’60s!
Tiramisu is possibly one of the most famous Italian desserts across the world, known for its creamy mascarpone and coffee soaked layers that pair perfectly after a nice meal. It made its big debut in Italy around the 70’s and became a hit with the restaurants and their patrons, causing it to become one of Italy’s modern day food symbols. You will be surprised at just how easy it is to make, and you can even make it in single servings – perfect for a party or for big family dinners!