Tiramisu: the most loved Italian dessert in the world

Tiramisu: the most loved Italian dessert in the world

May 03 , 2021

Carmine Borriello

The Italian dessert par excellence, a masterpiece from Friuli-Venezia Giulia, so simple

as tasty as it is, tiramisu is the most loved cold dessert in the world, and it is also the most Italian dessert

famous and reproduced, we can find it, in fact, in many flavors, the most famous are, tiramisu

with strawberries, perfect for the summer season, the nougat one, to give a touch of crunchiness, the

version with matcha tea and for those who want a more refined pumpkin and almond flavor.

But the tiramisu par excellence is in its classic recipe, the composition consists of several layers of

biscuits of ladyfingers, alternating with fresh cream cheese and coffee.

Let's see together which are the most exquisite desserts of the Italian tradition:

- Neapolitan Sfogliatella, delicious symbol of Neapolitan cuisine, with its unmistakable

shell shape, it is made of a very thin sheet, and is filled with a ricotta-based cream

scented with orange blossom, served with a sprinkling of powdered sugar. There are two

main versions, the sfogliatella riccia, for those who love the crunchy taste, and the sfogliatella frolla, for those

prefers a softer dough;

- Sicilian cannolo, a famous Sicilian delight, the traditional recipe provides a cream

base of sheep's milk ricotta, sugar and, depending on the variant, chocolate chips, orange peel

or candied fruit, or chopped pistachios;

- Cantucci, almond biscuits, with a dry consistency and elongated shape, are typical of

Tuscan gastronomic tradition, their origin is to be placed in the city of Siena, they are served

according to tradition with vinsanto;

- Panna cotta, a spoon dessert that was born in Piedmont and then spread throughout Italy, a simple one

and tasty pudding made of, milk, cream, sugar and isinglass. It is usually consumed at

at the end of a meal or as a snack, and is a dessert included in the menus of most restaurants in the

world. There are those who prefer panna cotta with strawberries, blueberries, or in the versions with chocolate, the

caramel or coffee;

- Gianduiotti, born in Turin, with their typical rectangular base shape, reminiscent of a boat

upside down, wrapped in gilded paper, are the most famous chocolates in Italy. They have few

simple ingredients, pasta, cocoa butter and hazelnuts, and are distinguished by their creaminess that makes them

literally melt in your mouth.

But now let's see in more detail some products that are inspired by the most famous Italian desserts.

Tiramisu chocolate cake Balconi

Delicious Balconi tiramisu cake, the most famous dessert in Italy now also in your home.

Mini tiramisu snack Balconi

Adorable Balconi mini tiramisu, a light and delicious snack.

Tiramisu Paluani Sprig

Tiramisu cake Paluani Rametto, a delicious filling of coffee cream and mascarpone.

Cameo caramel panna cotta

Just like in Piedmont, here is the famous Cameo caramel panna cotta, a fresh dessert and

very sweet.

Matilde Vincenzi millefeuille pastries

Matilde Vincenzi millefeuille pastries, a refined selection of puff pastry, with donuts al

fresh butter, morsels, filled with delicate milk cream and chocolate, and pastries with a heart of

raspberry cream, all in a precious tin box.