Chocolate Chip Cookies


Soft Anise Cookies

Italians have used anise in cookies for hundreds of years.  Sometimes referred to as ‘Ricotta Cookies’, these soft, moist, cake-like cookies are sweet, little dollops of decadence, distinguished by a light, anise flavored glaze.  Like mascarpone, ricotta is a favorite component of many Italian desserts such as cheesecake and cannoli.

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Magic Bars

An incredible, sweet baked treat made of butter, graham crumbs, sweetened condensed milk, chocolate chips, nuts, and coconut.  Magic Bars date back to the 1960’s but the first of these bars were made in 1856 by a man named Gail Borden.

Chocolate Crinkles

Chocolate lovers beware!  These cookies are deliciously soft, fudge-like chocolate cookies encased in a coating of confectionery sugar.

Cherry Slices

These cookies can be found in every Italian cookie tray.  Another homemade combination of flour, sugar, eggs, shortening, walnuts and maraschino cherries, including the juice, which gives these amazing cookies their beautiful pink blush.  Lightly glazed to add a touch of sweetness!

Almond Slices

These cookies are shaped into a log form and baked to perfection.  When cooled they are cut into slices.  Only made with homemade ingredients including flour, granulated sugar, brown sugar, eggs and, of course, almonds!  Chewy on the inside and crisp on the outside.

S Cookies

‘S’ cookies have been made in and around Venice, Italy for centuries and are traditional to the Island of Burano in Venice.  These spectacular cookies are made from flour, eggs, sugar, butter and flavoring and lightly glazed.

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