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Our Favorite Italian Desserts

Italians have a tendency for coming up with desserts that satisfy on every level! Come on in for easy-to-make Italian dessert recipes, perfect for your next meal or holiday gathering. Italy has plenty to offer those with a sweet tooth. Here’s a selection of the country’s most appreciated desserts.



Tiramisu is a timeless no-bake Italian dessert made with espresso-dipped ladyfingers and creamy mascarpone cream. Authentic Italian tiramisu only requires a small handful of ingredients. At Bricco, we make the sponge cake soaked in coffee liquor, mascarpone cream, and serve it daily on our Dolci menu. 

Torta di Ricotta 

This Torta di Ricotta recipe is an authentic classic cake made without butter. Torta di ricotta is a dessert traditionally made for Easter traditions in Italy. Sometimes referred to as Italian cheesecake. Ricotta is an Italian whey cheese, used throughout many Italian dishes. Torta di Ricotta means “recooked,” referring to the reheating of the ricotta whey. This cake is low in fat and high in protein. Next time you are craving a healthy sweet treat, stop in at Bricco’s and enjoy our Torta di Ricotta.

Cuore Caldo al Chocolate

The warm chocolate cake with a molten center is a single portion dessert made with a chocolate dough with a melting inside. If you are a chocolate lover and have a super big sweet tooth, this is just the right recipe for you. This cake is a real pleasure that will satisfy all your tastebuds with every bite. Enjoy homemade hazelnut gelato served with our Cuore Caldo al Chocolate. 


Panna Cotta 

Panna cotta, a chilled dessert popular throughout Italy. It looks and tastes lovely with ripe red fruits such as raspberries, strawberries, or sweet cherries.



A cannoli is a form of pastry that originated from Sicily. Cannoli consists of tube-shaped shells of deep-fried pastry dough that are then filled with a sweet and creamy filling, that’s usually made from ricotta.


Let’s be real – any time is an excellent time for a delicious Italian dessert. And we here at Bricco say you’re missing out if you haven’t had the Italian any of these Italian treats. Next time you a craving traditional Italian sweets, try our Dolci menu