Italian baci chocolate balls recipes

Italian Regional Cooking – Piemonte

Baci di Dama (Lady Kisses) Cookies. Torino’s appeal is heightened even more by the city’s excellent artisan chocolates, no doubt influenced heavily by their proximity to Switzerland
Italy: Baci Di Dama

Italy: Baci Di Dama

Culinary loss of authenticity is responsible for the establishment of IDIC (International Day of Italian Cuisine)
Flourless Chocolate Truffle Cake

Flourless Chocolate Truffle Cake

I made a fabulous Flourless Chocolate Truffle Cake featuring some of Perugina’s best Italianchocolate
Baci di Dama

Baci di Dama

Baci di Dama are a classic Northern Italian biscuit, and one of my favourites. I am clearly not alone, judging by the popularity of all things Nutella and Bacichocolates
Baci Di Dama

Baci Di Dama

I adore this Italian tradition of picking up a tray full of all sorts of tiny cookies and puffs filled with different flavoured creams whenever there is a special occasion

Baci di Dama with a Coconut Twist

I didn’t intend to make the coconut twist when making these baci di dama, which are originally from Italian cuisine
Cooking The Italian Provinces – Perugia

Cooking The Italian Provinces – Perugia

And of course, Italy’s version of the chocolate kiss, Baci Perugina, chocolate and hazelnut truffles in their famous silver and blue wrapping, with a romantic message tucked inside, were invented here
Cookie Heaven

Cookie Heaven

When I received the latest post of the blog yesterday it contained beautiful pictures, and also a recipe for little italian cookies

Christmas with Gladys

This Italian sweet is a favourite of mine, it's sort of a nutty truffle shaped into a sausage. Baci di Dama
Italy: Baicoli

Italy: Baicoli

Ah those Italians. There was never a shortage of baicoli in on ships whether merchants or war ships, as bacioli can be stored for a very long time

Tales from the table: Merenda Reale

It closed several times during the Italian Wars of Independence because of the subversive activities of its customers and was also severely damaged during WWII
Alba's Truffle Festival: Part Two

Alba's Truffle Festival: Part Two

After visiting the market, wander down the street to Piazza Risorgimento and watch an Italian flag throwing competition