10 comfort food versions for gourmands – Italian Cuisine

10 comfort food versions for gourmands

If you are a fan of this delicacy, try it in the version that best suits you: only hazelnuts, with cocoa, with little sugar, without palm oil, organic

The cold temperatures tempt us to stay at home, to look for a sofa and a cover and to indulge in some more pampering, especially in terms of food. The password is comfort food, which is what makes us feel good and satisfies our emotional need. For gourmands, for example, most of all, they are i desserts.

Cuddle with hazelnuts

As one Spreadable cream to be enjoyed directly by sinking the spoon, melted in hot milk, on a slice of bread, a biscuit, or even as a filling of a cake, perhaps accompanied by a cup of tea and steaming coffee. These autumn fruits keep us company all winter and with sugar and cocoa they become irresistible. The variations to choose from are endless and all super tempting. And from Eataly you find one selection really quality.

Without sugar or with hazelnut oil?

There is that of Maison della Nocciola Piemonte, made without adding cocoa and rich in vitamin E, D and calcium, that of Achillea with hazelnuts I.G.P. 45% bio and cocoa, without palm oil, added milk or gluten, or that of Health greedy, an alternative and healthy pastry that produces it with hazelnuts and cocoa but without sugar; there is that of Venchi produced with hazelnuts, cocoa and olive oil, or even that of Clauses based on toasted hazelnuts and cocoa, perfumed with a hint of vanilla, that of Pariani which uses hazelnut oil and de oil The Window on the Sky, organic and made only with three ingredients: hazelnuts, brown sugar and bitter cocoa. And do not forget the creme gianduja (which takes its name from the typical Piedmontese mask) like that of Domori with creamy chocolate and hazelnuts, without milk, or that of Caffarel with cocoa and fine Piedmontese hazelnuts. And the Giacometta? It is the sweet wedding of Gianduja and is produced by Giraudi with I.G.P. hazelnuts, cane sugar, sunflower oil and cocoa.

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