Sugar, apricot kernels(20%), egg white. May contain traces of soybean, tree nuts, wheat flour. Free range egg.
7/8/2010 2:50 pmRating:
After seeing Giada on the Food Network use these cookies over and over on her shows, I finally ordered them from D'Italia. I re-ordered them, and re-ordered them again. I'm addicted!
5/19/2010 9:53 amRating:
5great for baking!
Yum! I use these Italian cookies all the time, especially for baking and crumbling over fruit. Or they're very good plain, too. Best Italian cookies ever!
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1/31/2010 7:58 amRating:
5Amaretti Di Saronno
This is the best price I have ever seen on these & I was THRILLED to find it. NOTHING compares to these!!! I have the most awesome mascarpone cheesecake recipe I need these for & when I tried to substitute I quickly learned there IS NO SUBSTITUTE !!!!!!!!Also try making tiramisu with these insread of the ladyfingers & WOW !! These spoil you in a big hurry,they are absolutely the BEST !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
11/19/2009 12:18 pmRating:
I am a caterer and cooking instructor and find Amaretti di Soronno cookies to be absolutely incomparable to other similar products on the market. I've used them in a multitude of recipes ranging from crumbling them on top of fresh berries or peaches with sweetened mascarpone for dessert to using them as part of a filling in butternut squash ravioli. They're delicately crisp, deliciously flavorful, and they provide an endless possibility of uses! If you've never tried them, don't miss your chance!
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