Recipes for Italian Desserts

Italian recipes and Italian desserts are the most popular dishes worldwide. Most famous are Tiramisu and Mascarpone creams. Italian desserts can be prepared well with fruit. Fresh strawberries with zabaglione are among the classics. Baked toppings, such as figs al forno, peaches with amaretti but also well-chilled apricots such as Coppa di albicoche are particularly delicious. At the end of a menu you can also serve espresso or moretto with homemade cantuccini or amaretti.

Almond Cream - Crema di Mandorle
Almond Cream - Crema di Mandorle is an Italian dessert, which tastes particularly aromatic thanks to homemade brittle. Skip butter in a pan. ...
Apple cake with zabaglione
Apple cake with zabaglione For Apfel Küchle with Zabaione first peel apples, cut into slices and cut out the core. Sprinkle lemon juice over the apple slices. ...
Apricot fruit salad
Apricot fruit salad This apricot fruit salad is an Italian apricot dessert called Coppa di albicoche. For the apricot fruit salad wash ripe apricots thoroughly, remove the stone and cut the flesh with skin into slices. ...
Cappuccino Cream
Cappuccino Cream with mascarpone is a delicious dessert that can be prepared quickly and easily. Stir the mascarpone and yoghurt until smooth. ...
Cappuccino cream puff
Cappuccino cream puff s are baked with an airy choux pastry and filled with a creamy cappuccino cream. Freshly baked, the cappuccino cream puffs taste best. ...
Cherry Mascarpone Cream Tiramisu
Cherry Mascarpone Cream Tiramisu is flavoured with cognac. 250 g pit cherries and soak in cognac and sugar. Cover and leave to stand for 2 to 3 hours. ...
Figs al forno
Figs al forno are baked in the oven and served warm as a dessert. Preheat oven to 225°. ...
Figs in cream fraiche
Figs in cream fraiche Mature figs can be recognized by the whitish film on the shell. They should give a little on light pressure, but not be too soft. ...
Italian Cantuccini Dessert
Italian Cantuccini Dessert tastes especially good chilled. Bring the cherries and juice to the boil briefly. ...

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