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    • Almond Biscuits

    • Prato Biscuits - also commonly known as almond cantucci - are part of the Tuscany confectionary tradition that sees them as a perfect end meal in combination with Vin Santo. Prepared with only 5 simple ingredients : flour, sugar-free range eggs, almonds and pine nuts, they do not contain preservatives ,animal fats or vegetable fats. Recommended pairings : -for end…
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    • Almond Biscuits CrumbsAlmond Biscuits CrumbsQuick View
    • Almond Biscuits Crumbs

    • We don’t let any of the goodness of our Biscotti di Prato escape: the crumbs produced when we slice our biscuits are an intriguing alternative for preparing crusts for cheesecakes and such new recipes as the Bricioli Crack Pie.
  • Biscuits with Dark Chocolate ChipsBiscuits with Dark Chocolate ChipsQuick View
    • Biscuits with Dark Chocolate ChipsBiscuits with Dark Chocolate ChipsQuick View
    • Biscuits with Dark Chocolate Chips

    • Prato Biscuits - also commonly known as cantucci or cantuccini - are part of the Tuscany confectionary tradition that sees them as a perfect end meal in combination with Vin Santo. Dark Chocolate Biscuits are a greedy flavor variant of the Biscotti di Prato, with which they share the same identical dough. Prepared with just 4 simple ingredients : flour,…
  • Biscuits with Pistachios & AlmondsBiscuits with Pistachios & AlmondsQuick View
    • Biscuits with Pistachios & AlmondsBiscuits with Pistachios & AlmondsQuick View
    • Biscuits with Pistachios & Almonds

    • Prato Biscuits - commonly known as cantucci or cantuccini - are part of the Tuscany confectionary tradition that sees them as a perfect end meal in combination with Vin Santo. Pistachios and Almonds Biscuits are a fresh flavor variant of the Biscotti di Prato, with which they share the same identical dough. Prepared with just 4 simple ingredients : flour,sugar,pistachios,almond…
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    • Collectible Gift Box ClaraCollectible Gift Box ClaraQuick View
    • Collectible Gift Box Clara

    • Prato Biscuits - commonly known as cantucci or cantuccini - are baked evey day by our Biscuit Factory since 1958 and are part of the Tuscany confectionary tradition that sees them as a perfect end meal in combination with Vin Santo. This tin 'Biscuit jar' was conceived and designed by Simone Massoni and Ilaria Falorsi,talented Florentine illustrators,and 'tells' a journey…
  • Collectible Gift Box IlariaCollectible Gift Box IlariaQuick View
    • Collectible Gift Box IlariaCollectible Gift Box IlariaQuick View
    • Collectible Gift Box Ilaria

    • Prato Biscuits - commonly known as cantucci or cantuccini - are baked evey day by our Biscuit Factory since 1958 and are part of the Tuscany confectionary tradition that sees them as a perfect end meal in combination with Vin Santo. This tin 'Biscuit jar' was conceived and designed by Simone Massoni is the second opera for the Mattei Biscuit…
  • Collectible Gift Box RenatoCollectible Gift Box RenatoQuick View
    • Collectible Gift Box RenatoCollectible Gift Box RenatoQuick View
    • Collectible Gift Box Renato

    • Prato Biscuits - commonly known as cantucci or cantuccini - are baked evey day by our Biscuit Factory since 1958 and are part of the Tuscany confectionary tradition that sees them as a perfect end meal in combination with Vin Santo. This tin 'Biscuit jar' was conceived and designed by Simone Massoni and Ilaria Falorsi,talented Florentine illustrators,and 'tells' a journey…
  • Gift Box FillipoGift Box FillipoQuick View
    • Gift Box FillipoGift Box FillipoQuick View
    • Gift Box Fillipo

    • The hatbox contains 35 individually wrapped Prato biscuits. The Prato Biscuits - commonly know also as cantucci or almond cantuccini - are part of the Tuscan confectionery tradinition that sees them as a prefect end meal in combination with Vin Santo. Prepared with only 5 simpple ingredients : flour,sugar,free-range eggs,almonds and pine nuts,the do not contain preservatives,animal fats or vegetable…
  • Hazelnut BiscuitsHazelnut BiscuitsQuick View
    • Hazelnut BiscuitsHazelnut BiscuitsQuick View
    • Hazelnut Biscuits

    • Prato Biscuits - commonly known as cantucci or cantuccini - are part of the Tuscany confectionary tradition that sees them as a perfect end meal in combination with Vin Santo. IGP Piedmont Hazelntu Biscuits are a greedy flavor variant of the Biscotti di Prato, with which they share the same identical dough. Prepared with only 4 simple ingredients : flour,sugar,free…
  • Toasted Brioche Slices Classic RecipeToasted Brioche Slices Classic RecipeQuick View
    • Toasted Brioche Slices Classic RecipeToasted Brioche Slices Classic RecipeQuick View
    • Toasted Brioche Slices Classic Recipe

    • These toasted Brioche Slices are still prepared according to the original 1958 recipe, made with soft wheat flour, butter, free-range eggs, sugar, fresh yeast and sea salt, but above all without glucose syrup. The secre ot their pleasant fragrance concists in the double and slow leavening of the Brioche Dough. Once baked, the still soft bread is cut and left…
  • Toasted Brioche Slices Sugar Free RecipeToasted Brioche Slices Sugar Free RecipeQuick View
    • Toasted Brioche Slices Sugar Free RecipeToasted Brioche Slices Sugar Free RecipeQuick View
    • Toasted Brioche Slices Sugar Free Recipe

    • These toasted Brioche Slices are still prepared according to the original 1958 recipe, made with soft wheat flour, butter, free-range eggs, sugar, fresh yeast and sea salt, but above all without glucose syrup. The secre ot their pleasant fragrance concists in the double and slow leavening of the Brioche Dough. Once baked, the still soft bread is cut and left…
  • Toasted Brioche Slices Wholemeal RecipeToasted Brioche Slices Wholemeal RecipeQuick View
    • Toasted Brioche Slices Wholemeal RecipeToasted Brioche Slices Wholemeal RecipeQuick View
    • Toasted Brioche Slices Wholemeal Recipe

    • These toasted Brioche Slices are still prepared according to the original 1958 recipe, made with soft wheat flour, butter, free-range eggs, sugar, fresh yeast and sea salt, but above all without glucose syrup. The secre ot their pleasant fragrance concists in the double and slow leavening of the Brioche Dough. Once baked, the still soft bread is cut and left…