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  • Valerie Cerciello

    Grandma Helen s Struffoli from Food.com: This is an Italian Christmas Tradition. This is my moms family recipe and is tried and true. It is quite festive and makes a nice holiday gift too.

  • Megan Malfi

    Eat pizza, gelato, and struffoli in Naples, Italy.

  • MadElf Creativeworks

    Struffoli~ My best friend's mom made this a few years ago & I loved it. Great with ice cream!

  • Jasmine Lainez

    Strufoli from Food.com: A very traditional very humble Italian holiday treat

  • Freda Grande

    Italian Christmas cookies

  • Aafke Heinz

    Struffoli (Tiny Honey-Covered Fritters)from Mario Batali Holiday Food Cookbook

  • Violet Virnich

    struffoli, italian christmas treats :)

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