Traditionally, they were formed in a curved bracelet-shape, the source for part of the name "Buccellati", which means “small bracelet”. It is Cuccidati, however, that is the name most widely used by Sicilian Americans. They are an indispensable, nostalgic cookie for generations of Sicilian Americans.
Our Buccellati Cuccidati have kept alive this tradition. Made entirely by hand, these fruit filled cookies are complex and delicious.
Gocce Di Cioccolato: Tender, melt-in-your-mouth butter/chocolate-chip cookies topped with a baked-on sugar icing. This is a cookie for the child in us all-- and perfect with a glass of cold milk!
Pasticcini Di Burro Con Noci: Essential to the baker's repertoire is a butter cookie and it is also something of a test of one’s baking skill. Our butter-walnut pasticcini are a Di Camillo original recipe. Nearly a shortbread cookie in taste, but a crisper snap awaits your first bite.
The Di Camillo Family fell in love with butter—something of a scarcity in our native Abruzzi, Italy-- nearly a century ago, shortly after our arrival in North America, and this love has only increased with each generation. Our Pasticcini di Burro does our love-of-butter proud. A perfect tea cookie.
Sweet Abruzzi Biscotti Sampler: This hand-packed sampling of biscotti and cookies contains Anise Pizzelles, Chocolate Biscotti Di Prato®, Crumiri (a corn,meal butter cookie), Biscotti Amaretti, and Biscotti Di Vino.
Neatly arranged in an airtight, clear, container and are an excellent value.