St. Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate love, and not just romantic love, but love between family members and friends. It is also a day to celebrate admiration.
Traditional Italian desserts the gluten free way, by chef Pasqualina
This incredibly delicious cake quickly became one of our cherished favorites, which we’ve transformed it into a gluten-free delight, retaining all its original charm and taste.
“La Torta di Yogurt” (Yogurt Cake), is one of our very favorite breakfast cakes, but is truly perfect at any time! This is a special family recipe converted into a gluten-free alternative that is quick and easy to prepare.
An irresistible symphony of flavors, where creamy Nutella met the rich, toasted hazelnuts, leaving a lingering sweetness that is nothing short of magical. Our Nutella and hazelnut thumbprint cookies, a fusion o fItaly’s essence and the warmth of our hearts, are incredibly delicious and have become a family favorite!
Ricciarelli are a delightful sweet hailing from Siena with a unique history dating back to the 14th century, and are primarily crafted from almonds, sugar, and egg whites. Traditionally, they take on a rhombus-like shape and are cherished as gifts during the Christmas season.
A special treat for my great and amazing nephews that can only eat gluten-free. Since they love chocolate and almond butter like their Zia (that would be me 🙂 I decided to combine these delectable ingredients and create Almond Butter Chocolate Cookies.
Ask and you shall receive! Here is a favorite! One of my childhood friends in Italy always makes me a mouthwatering chocolate cake for breakfast when visiting.