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Panettone. This is a sweet bread with a little preserved fruit (not heavy like a fruit cake) Absolutely delicious and worth the effort.

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Christmas Cake Pops by Bakerella, via Flickr Somebody make these for me, heaven knows I'll never make them look that good!

This Italian bread is similar to a fruitcake and traditionally served during the holidays. The Christmas treat is typically baked into a tall, cylindrical shape (empty coffee cans work great as baking pans). While its origins are sketchy, one legend holds that in the late 1400s, a young Milanese nobleman fell in love with the daughter of a baker named Toni...

Nightmare before Christmas Cakelet by Gimme Some Sugar (vegas!), via Flickr

Traditional Christmas cake Simple decoration - when you do not have time but perfect.

Cake by Ron Ben-Israel... this is one of my favorite cakes I've pinned so far. It's so unique.

What is it about Italian desserts and Italian accents that make the world swoon? I don’t have the answers to such mystical secrets. Yet I can tell you, once you taste Affogato al Cafe, you will most certainly feel a buckle in your knees, and pull out your best faux Italian “Nonna” accent while muttering aff-o-gaaaato, gel-aaaa-to, es-preeeeess-o… Merda Santa! (Holy Crud!)

My favorite cookies as a kid growing up in NYC and this recipe is super easy and comes out delicious every time!! Rainbow Cookies

Make your own seasoning blends: Italian Seasoning, Curry Powder, & Poultry Seasoning. Printable tags provided. From TheYummyLife.com

Sicilian Ricotta Pie - Judith's comment: as a child growling up in an Italian home...when we asked our grandmother to bake us a pie...this is what we had...we meant the cherry pie our friends had for desert after dinner... from the grocery store...oh never ever . when we grew up we realized how fortunate we were/are!