Typical sicilian sweets

Typical sicilian sweets

Our Typical sweets are made with an artisanal method in wood-oven and with highest quality raw ingredients, without addition  of preservatives, or dyes. The confectionery workshop  produces typical Sicilian pastries made ​​solely by hand as the marzipan fruit, cookies, almond,  soft nougat. Among the ingredients used are the local high quality products, like pistachio, almonds, dried and candied fruits, ricotta cheese, lemons and citrus.

Cuddrireddre di Delia
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The Cuddrireddra is a typical cake of Delia (CL) with a round shape like a crown. It is prepared with simple ingredients like flour of wheat, eggs, wine, sugar, cinnamon, rind of orange and then fried in optimal oil of olive of local production. The housewives with their experiences and instruments make the rest with their hands. 
Croccantini (Brutti ma Buoni)
Brutti ma Buoni is an Italian cookie similar to a meringue cookie only it contains nuts. It has a wonderfully crisp exterior with a texture that is soft and chewy. Fantastic with a cup of tea or coffee.
€8.50
Fior di Mandorla
Cookies made with almond paste (marzipan).
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€18.00
Baci della Nonna
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Grandma's Kisses are typical Sicilian sweets made ​​with toasted hazelnuts, coarsely chopped and combined with previously mounted albumen, are then cooked in the oven for a short time until the cookies have not taken the classic golden. They are crumbly sweet and very tasty.
Marzipan fruits
Marzipan, a nut paste, can be colored and sculpted to form beautifully realistic fruit decorations, such as oranges, lemons, or bananas. These fruits look beautiful on top of cakes, cupcakes, or tarts.
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€28.71
Occhio di Bue
The bull's eyes are siiciliani sweets shortbread from the eye, filled with jam or chocolate spread. Ingredients: "00" flour, sugar, eggs, margarine, pureed apricots, natural flavors
€4.50
Assorted pastries
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From processing of most skilled pastry chefs, able to harness quality of the Sicilian almond, are born these sweets with unique taste. These recall the fragrance of almond, pistachio and orange: typical flavors of Sicily.
€18.00
Pignolata honey
Pignolata is one of the most popular southern Italian sweets made for Christmas. It used to be made in Sicily usually during Carnevale, but is now also made during Christmas.
€17.44
Pignolata from Messina
Pignolata, a soft pastry covered in chocolate and lemon flavored icing, is from Messina (Sicily).

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€22.00
Rame ripieni di nutella
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The copper is a typical dessert of Sicily, already known in the period of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies. It 's a sweet typical of the Feast of the deceased. Inside has a filling of Nutella and covered with crushed.
Nougats
The nougat borns by the skilful hands of our master confectioners. Each piece is packaged one by one.
€22.77
Cannoli Siciliani
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The cannolo, a crust filled with cream, takes its name from its long tubular shape and traces its roots to the Middle Ages. In the ninth century the Arabs brought sugar cane to Sicily, thus changing the sweeteners used in confectionery. Previously honey was used to sweeten Sicilian sweets.
Cassata siciliana
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The Cassata Siciliana is the most iconic Sicilian cake, an elaborate dessert made with sponge cake, moistened with liqueur and layered with ricotta cheese, covered with marzipan and decorated with candied fruits and royal icing.