Sicilian almond sweets to make with the kids
- Published on Tuesday, 21 February 2012 10:46
- Last Updated on 11 May 2012
- rita Kobrak
- 1 Comment
Quick and tasty and a good way to get your kids to eat some almonds. These cookies are called Amaretti and they are typical from both Sicily and Sardinia.
Take 200 g ground almonds and 200 g sugar. Mix together. add some lemon rind or a tsps of cinnamon.
Fluff up 2 egg whites and add to almond mix.
Make into small balls, add an almond on the top and bake for 15-20 mins on 150 until golden. Watch them though as they burn easily.
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I have worked in 12 different countries as a tour manager for a travel company before having my beautiful daughter, Alessia 4 years ago. I since set up the mum and baby experience, running fitness, yoga and cooking holidays in Italy for mums and their little ones. I also run a small holiday rental business www.my-italian-holiday-home.com and www.mum-and-baby-experience.co.uk
I enjoy cooking, fencing, travelling and time with my family