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Just in time for Easter, here's the ultimate guide to Italian cookies, pastries and desserts.
Italian Lemon Olive Oil Cake with Berried Whipped Mascarpone and Lemon Curd Layers | CiaoFlorentina.com @CiaoFlorentina
Lovely Italian Bakery
This homemade Focaccia Bread is topped with black and green olives, red onion and artichokes. Use the best olive oil you can get and sprinkle with sea salt for a result that will equal any true Italian bakery.
Just in time for Easter, here's the ultimate guide to Italian cookies, pastries and desserts.
Bomboloni (italian doughnuts)
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Recipe: Italian Bakery Butter Cookies (the most read blog post on my blog EVER)  TRY THIS COOKIE
Cannoli (shell and filling recipes) - These are seriously dreamy! Perfectly crisp shell and deliciously creamy filling. Just like the ones from Italian bakeries.
Cannoli~~Perfectly crisp shell and deliciously creamy filling. Just like the ones from Italian bakeries.
AUTHENTIC ITALIAN CHEESECAKE
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Prev pinner writes:  You can find ciambelli in every Italian bakery, so very few people still make them at home. They can be flavored with citrus or chocolate. Hard on the interior with a sweet, crunchy sugar coating, these are the classic Italian dunking cookies.
Amaretti Cookies | http://www.oliviascuisine.com | These chewy almond-flavored cookies are the most perfect accompaniment for a cup of coffee or Italian espresso. You might wanna double the batch, because they usually go very quickly!
Salvatore Elefante's traditional sfogliatelle recipe has the characteristic many-layered seashell shape of the classic Neapolitan pastry, along with the rich semolina and ricotta filling. These Italian pastries are often known as 'lobster tails' in reference to their shape.