Sometimes it would be so nice to just call cookies “cookies”, without specifying whether they contain this particular ingredient or have no traces of a certain allergen.
Sweet Taralli, or “taralli Dolci” as we say in Italian, are ring-shaped cookies typical from Campania (the region where Naples is) and that you can find with the name of “ciambelline” in other parts of Italy as well.
Some of my clients that are following a grain free diet often complain about their frustration in finding paleo dessert recipes that are actually good.
As you can imagine, Easter treats are huge in Italy! And because I wanted to stick to this delicious Italian tradition, I created a recipe for Paleo Easter Egg Cookies together with a quick video that shows you how to make them.
Sometimes we feel like indulging in some delicious healthy recipe, but we don’t have enough time to bake…
Well, for those emergency times, here is a quick and easy healthy dessert that I am sure you’ll fall in love with!
How do you love these photos? Personally, these are some of my favorites… these little, crunchy pastries are just too cute!
Not only do they make for the perfect healthy gluten free recipe, they are also grain free and dairy free as well and therefore are the perfect paleo dessert!!
It’s that time of the year again! Valentine’s Day is here and we all want to surprise our loved ones with some beautiful, lovely treats.
But right because we love them, we don’t want to feed our partners with unhealthy, sugary treats….
Foodwise Tuscany is one of the best regions in Italy. From amazing “Schiacciata” (a flatbread drizzled with olive oil and sea salt crystals) to “Caciucco” (tomato & fish soup); from “Cantucci” (which I remade gluten free for you) and “Brigidini” (anise flavored sweet chips) to their delicious stews and infamous the “Pici” (thick, homemade spaghetti).