A traditional Italian custard that requires just 3 ingredients: egg yolks, sugar and Marsala. It’s great served with amaretti biscuits or fresh seasonal fruit.
A rich and creamy dessert that belongs on any restaurant menu. You’ll know it’s ready when you get the infamous jiggle this dessert is known for.
This is perhaps the most famous Italian dessert with good reason. Who can resist layers of coffee-soaked finger biscuits, mascarpone and chocolate?
This is Italy’s answer to lemon tart. It’s tangy and tart and showcases what the Amalfi coast is best known for – lemons! This is the perfect after-dinner dessert, light and hard to resist.
A classic Sicilian dessert with a flaky shell that’s filled with ricotta. We’ve gone for a chocolate-and-pistachio filling, but have fun using your favourites such as dark chocolate and hazelnuts.
These light and fluffy Italian doughnuts are great to make with the kids. They’ll have fun watching the dough rise and rolling the fried droughts in sugar before filling them with custard.
Gluten- and wheat-free dessert lovers, this one’s for you! This almond cake is traditionally made with dark chocolate, but our lemon version is lighter, perfect with a cup of tea.
You need just 6 ingredients to make these classic Italian almond biscuits. If you have a few egg whites leftover, this is the perfect way to use them.