Pandoro (whose name means golden bread) traces its origins to Verona, a city forever romantically linked to Romeo and Juliet. Pandoro began around the 18th century when breads made with eggs, butter and sugar were quite rare, strictly reserved for nobility. With its special star-shaped mold, and tall stature, the sugar sprinkling on top was done to resemble the Italian Alps at Christmas time.
Italian Specialty Cake
In addition to the pizzelles you know and love, Little Gina's is now proud to offer a panettone that is just as delicious as you'd expect from Little Gina's.
|La Florentine Capricci
La Florentine Capricci Milk Chocolates, with the old world look of opera posters, these graphic tin designs are timeless reminders of Italy in days gone by.
|Bellino Panettone Tin
Our traditional panettone is now available in a Holiday tin. It makes the perfect gift for any Holiday occasion.