All the cookies I baked for this project have been gifted to support the Covid-19 testing team of the GGD Groningen as thanks for their work during the Christmas holidays
These tarallucci cookies stand out from the others because of their shining golden look coming from the egg coating on the surface.
These Batticuori cookies are totally different from the others. The real chocolate give them a very rich and strong flavour.
I definitely love these cookies. They have both cocoa and cream taste but the thing that makes them so special is the strong almond taste.
Spicchi di Sole in Italian means pieces of the Sun. They have this name because of their uncommon shape that reminds you of the sun.
Pannocchie in Italian means corncobs. They have this name because their are shaped like corncobs.
Pan di stelle cookies are one of the most famous biscuits in Italy. They are very simple cocoa biscuits but their hazelnut taste make them really special.
Abbracci in Italian means hugs. These “hugs” shaped cookies are one of my favorite biscuits. They associate the precise taste of cocoa with the gentle taste of cream.
These are the most basic Italian cookies. They are perfect for a typical Italian breakfast accompanied by milk.
The presence of milk gives these cookies a unique lightness. They are perfect to enjoy as a snack or for breakfast accompanied by a large cup of milk.