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Ricciarelli, which originate from Siena, are traditionally given as Christmas gifts in Italy. This isn’t a traditional recipe, but they taste as good as macaroons, without the fuss.
PER BISCUIT (BASED ON 24) 110kcals, 5.8g fat (0.5g saturated), 2.4g protein, 12.8g carbs ?(11.7g sugars), trace salt, no fibre
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Sooooo easy, quick & deliciously squidgey. Great little presents.
I've made these a few times and they are completely fabulous - SO easy! Have learn to whip them out of the oven before they get too brown so they stay lovely soft in the middle. Yum.
I've just made these and found them very sweet & doughy. Bit disappointed.
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