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Fluffy coffee-flavor cream is alternated with layers of ultrarich cake to create the ultimate mocha dessert.
Granitas are intensely fruit-flavored ices that are popular in Southern Italy. This one is zippy, light, and refreshing.
This rich and chocolaty dessert looks complicated -- but it's so simple to make. Prep takes just 15 minutes.
A sprinkling of powdered sugar adds extra sweetness to delicate pizzelles, the traditional Italian waffle cookies.
Like many semifreddos (which means "half cold" in Italian and refers to chilled desserts), this luscious version is composed of contrasting flavors and textures served in a loaflike shape.
Genoise (zhen-WAHZ) is a rich, light-textured cake (similar to sponge cake) that originated in Genoa, Italy. Here, the cake is topped with a mouthwatering sauce that is spiked with Vin Santo, a rich, sweet Italian white wine.