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5 world’s most loved Italian desserts

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Written by EFW Staff

Which Italian desserts the foreigners love most?

Italian confectionery is as good as the sweet foreign creations, actually the regional Italian desserts are really appreciated both by the locals and the by foreigners. The latter, in fact, can’t do without 5 made in Italy delicacies in particular, declared the most appreciated and eaten Italian desserts in the world.

5 Italian sweet delicacies that make the mouth watering to the whole world!

Tiramisù
It is a typical Venetian dessert that was born in the lovely city of Treviso, where it is still a real institution. Tiramisù is a refill of sweetness and delicacies alternating layers of ladyfingers (in Italian they are called “savoiardi”, spongy biscuits as the traditional recipe wants), soaked in the coffee and layers of a cream made of mascarpone and eggs. The unique touch is given the dusted of dark cocoa on the top.

Apple Strudel
This typical dessert of Trentino Alto Adige mixes together fresh and dried fruit and spices in a delicious screen of crispy puff pastry. The stuffing is made of apples coming from Trentino Alto Adige mixed with sugar, raisin, dried fruit and seasoned with cinnamon and orange zest. It is enclosed in a thin layer of puff pastry. Serve it with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.

Gianduiotti
A bite of pure joy from Turin. Gianduiotti fascinated not only the Italians, but also the majority of the foreign palates, that place them in the Top Five of the Italian desserts.
Their shape of a rectangular pyramid is unique, like an overturned ship and also the gold pack make them unmistakable. They are made with dough and cocoa butter, sugar, nuts and vanilla. They are famous for their creamy consistency and the nut perfume… in terms of chocolate they are unrivalled!

Sicilian Cannolo
Sicily offers a wide choice of delicious delicacies, even if without doubts the king is the Sicilian Cannolo. The real Cannolo, as the traditional recipe wants, foresees a fried and crispy wafer filled of creamy and spumy sheep ricotta sweetened with sugar, candied or chocolate drops. How could you resist to this marvel?

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Sfogliatella
Sicily offers a wide choice of delicious delicacies, even if without doubts the king is the Sicilian Cannolo. The real Cannolo, as the traditional recipe wants, foresees a fried and crispy wafer filled of creamy and spumy sheep ricotta sweetened with sugar, candied or chocolate drops. How could you resist to this marvel?

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