A light and airy biscuit roughly shaped like a finger that transforms into a sponge cake constancy when dipped into coffee or liqueurs.
The principal ingredient in Tiramisù, a popular Italian coffee flavoured dessert typically made from coffee dipped Savoiardi, layered with a whipped mixture of egg yolks and whites, sugar and mascarpone cheese dusted with cocoa powder or dark chocolate shavings. We love to add a generous shot of Grand Marnier to the espresso and orange zest to the creamy mixture.
Wheat flour, sugar, whole eggs, leavening (acid sodium pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate, ammonium bicarbonate) glucose syrup, artificial flavors, salt. Produced in a plant that uses tree nuts and dairy products. Non-stick vegetable oils used on baking moulds.