Tag: Italian biscuits

The Musette: almond marzipan batons

Hands down these are our favourite biscuits. Or, should that be biscotti since we generally buy them in Italy, made from almonds or pistachios, either as batons or more usually crescents. I’ve also seen way larger versions, tipped in chocolate, in Germany where they’re… Continue Reading “The Musette: almond marzipan batons”

Melt in the mouth hazelnut biscuits

I’m always looking for ways to use left-over egg whites and this is definitely one of my favourite ways. Brutti ma Buoni (English: Ugly but Good) is an Italian hazelnut biscuit with a crisp exterior and a heavenly chewy centre: perfect with an espresso after a morning bike… Continue Reading “Melt in the mouth hazelnut biscuits”