A light, flaky pastry with an exquisite icing decorated with a thin layer of apricot jam.
These typical almond biscuits, from Tuscany, are now enjoyed dipped in espresso, cappuccino, tea or coffee at any time of the day. Or simply enjoy them on their own. Made according to an old recipe using the finest ingredients they will help you rediscover the sweet pleasure of leisurely wining and dining amongst friends.
It’s Peanut Butter Jelly Time! We mix mountain berries in our peanut butter dough and top it with a strawberry glaze. Pack them in those picnic baskets and enjoy them under that Rocky Mountain Sky.
with Mixed Berries / Peanut Butter / Peanut Chips / Powder Sugar / Strawberry Extract / Red Food Dye
Amaretti is the Italian name for macaroons, which means little bitter things. These small, domed-shaped cookies that are crisp and crunchy on the outside and soft inside, originated in Venice Italy during the Renaissance period. Classic Soft Amaretti is a delicate and chewy cookie, sometimes referred to as an Italian macaroon. It is completely flourless as it is made of blanched almonds, egg whites, sugar and almond extract.
Pizelles are revered as one of the world’s oldest cookies, originating in Abruzzo. The word “pizzelle” comes from the Italian word “pizze”, meaning round and flat. The holiday tradition of pizzelle making has been around for centuries. Little Gina’s Pizzelles provide an old-world, homemade Italian taste and are available in Vanilla, Almond, Anise, and Chocolate varieties.