Sugar, apricot kernels(20%), egg white. May contain traces of soybean, tree nuts, wheat flour. Free range egg.
5/17/2010 3:33 pmRating:
5like my grandmother's...
Quite possibly the only amaretti cookies I've had that compare to the ones my grandmother used to make. You haven't truly experienced amaretti cookies until you try Lazzaroni--they're best with espresso after a delicious Italian meal with the family!
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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