18 Italian desserts to satisfy your sugar cravings

Do you ever get those moments where you want something sweet but don’t really want to eat anything unhealthy?
Well, here’s a list of delicious treats that won’t break the bank!
If you’re looking for a dessert that doesn’t involve eating too much sugar, then these 18 Italian desserts might be perfect for you.
From tiramisu to cannoli, there’s no shortage of sweet treats in Italy.
I’m sure you’ll agree that these desserts look amazing and taste even better!

1. Italian cream cake

This dessert is a classic Italian dessert. It consists of two layers of sponge cake soaked in coffee syrup and covered with whipped cream. 2. Tiramisu 3. Cannoli

2. Crema pasticcera

1. Italian Cream Cake This dessert is a Classic Italian dessert. It consists 2 layers of sponge cake soaked with coffee syrup and covered with Whipped cream. 2. TIRAMISU 3. CANNOLI 2. CREMA PASTICCERA

3. Limoncello ricotta cake

1. Italian Cream cake It is a classic Italian dessert consisting of two layers of sponge cake soaked in coffee syrup and covered with whipped cream. 2. Tiramisu Tiramisu is a popular Italian dessert consisting of espresso soaked ladyfingers layered with mascarpone cheese and dusted with cocoa powder. 3. Cannoli Cannolis are filled with sweetened ricotta cheese and baked.

4. Tiramisu

Limoncello Ricotta Cake Ingredients: • 1 cup sugar

5. Struffoli Italian honey balls

4. Tiramisu 1/2 cup mascarpone cheese


5.Struffoli Italian honey balls – Ingredients: 1 cup flour 3 eggs

7. Italian biscotti

6. Frittele Italian fried dough Ingredients: 1 cup flour 2 eggs

8. Italian pignoli cookies

7. Italian biscotti 1. Mix flour, salt, sugar and baking powder together. 2. Add butter and milk and mix well until dough forms. 3. Roll into balls about 1 inch in diameter. 4. Place on cookie sheet covered with parchment paper. 5. Bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes. 6. Remove from oven and let cool completely. 7. Store in airtight containers. 8. Italian frittele fried dough Ingredients: 1/4 cup flour 3 tablespoons olive oil

9. Italian cookies

Italian Pignoli Cookies Ingredients: 2 cups flour

10. Italian wedding cookies

9. Italian cookies Italian cookies are very popular in Italy. It is said that these cookies were invented in Rome during the Middle Ages. These cookies are usually served after meals. They are usually eaten with coffee or tea.

11. Pizzelle cookies

Pizzelles are a type of cookie that originated in the city of Bologna, Italy. They are typically baked in a special oven called a pizzolera. They are usually made from flour, eggs, sugar, butter, vanilla extract, and almond paste. 12. Cannoli cookies Cannoli are a type of sweet pastry filled with cream cheese, ricotta cheese, chocolate chips, candied fruit, and sometimes nuts. They are usually served warm.

12. Spumoni ice cream terrine

Spumoni ice cream terrines are a dessert consisting of spumone spumante flavored ice cream encased in a layer of sponge cake. It was created in Milan, Italy during the 19th century. 13. Tiramisu cookies Tiramisu cookies are a type of Italian biscotti that are traditionally eaten after dinner. They are usually made with espresso powder, cocoa powder, rum, mascarpone cheese, and ladyfinger biscuits.

13. Cannoli

Cannoli are filled pastries from Sicily, Italy. They are typically filled with sweetened ricotta cheese and are served either hot or cold. 14. Panna cotta Panna cotta is a soft dessert made of cooked milk custard set in gelatin. It is similar to crème caramel but uses gelatin instead of eggs.

14. Classic vanilla bean gelato

13. Cannoli Carnolis are filled pastries from Sicilia, Italy. They are traditionally filled with sweetened ricottae and are served either hot crisp or cold soft. 14. Panna Cotta

15. Semifreddo al torrone

1. Vanilla Bean Gelato 2. Cannoli 3. Carnolies 4. Pannacotta 5. Semifreddo Al Torrone 6. Tiramisu 7. Flan 8. Ice Cream 9. Sorbet 10. Granita 11. Mousse 12. Crème Brûlée 13. Chocolate Gelato 14. Panna cotta 15. Tiramisu

16. Pistachio amaretti

Semifreddo al torrono is a dessert from Italy. It is a semifreddo Italian ice cream made with torrone a type of Italian nougat. It is similar to a mousse but lighter. Semifreddo is usually served chilled, while tiramisu is served warm. Semifreddo was invented by the famous chef Auguste Escoffier.

17. Rose and yogurt panna cotta

Panna cotta is a custard dish that originated in Italy. It is typically served cold and is sometimes garnished with fruit. Panna cotta is made using milk, eggs, sugar, gelatin, and flavorings such as vanilla. 18. Chocolate chip cookie dough Chocolate chip cookies are a very popular American cookie. They are soft and chewy and are usually covered with chocolate chips. They are often eaten plain or dipped into coffee or tea. Chocolate chip cookies are usually baked in a pan, although they can also be baked in a cake pan.

18. Chocolate torta Caprese

Caprese salad is a traditional Italian tomato and mozzarella salad. It consists of tomatoes cut into wedges, basil leaves, and slices of buffalo mozzarella cheese. This recipe uses a combination of ingredients from two different dishes. 19. Banana bread pudding Banana bread pudding is a dessert consisting of banana bread topped with vanilla ice cream and whipped cream. It is traditionally served warm but can also be served chilled.

Italian desserts

20. Tiramisu Tiramisu is a popular coffee and chocolate dessert originating in Italy. It consists of ladyfingers soaked in espresso, mascarpone cheese, rum, and cocoa powder. It is usually served either hot or cold.

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