Pastiera Napoletana

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Originally from Campania region, Pastiera is a traditional Italian cake of Neapolitan cuisine. It consists of a whole wheat berries cake mixed with ricotta cheese and flavored with a blend of spices such as orange blossom water and candied fruits. 

It is traditionally prepared and eaten in springtime on Easter day to deliciously end the meal and it can also be served for breakfast or as an accompaniment to afternoon tea. 

Panna Cotta

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Panna Cotta is a delicate, creamy Italian dessert originating in the region of Piedmont, in Northern Italy. It is made of gelatin, vanilla extract and heavy cream. 

Before serving, panna cotta is garnished with different toppings. Among the most common are dark chocolate ganache, caramel sauce or wild berries sauce accompanied by fresh fruits. 

Panettone

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Originally from Milan, in Lombardia region, Panettone is a typical Italian dessert consisting of a sweet and soft bread sprinkled with raisins, citrus, almonds and other mixed dried fruits. It is traditionally prepared and enjoyed during winter holidays, especially for Christmas and New Year’s Eve.