Amaretti Tradizionali, 250g



SKU: 5ama100car


A Carluccio’s classic. Soft Amaretti biscuits rolled by hand on tables dusted with caster sugar.

These iconic, handmade, soft amaretti biscuits with almonds & apricot kernels are simple and delicious.

These are the very same biscuits that Antonio used to eat when he was little. He grew up near this bakery.

Now in sealed packaging to keep fresher, for longer.  

Net Weight: 250g

Serving suggestions: 



Storage: Store in a cool, dry place


Ingredients List;


Sugar, apricot kernels (min 25%), almonds (min 10%), egg white, natural flavouring.


Allergens: For allergens see ingredients in boldGLUTEN FREE.  May also contain traces of nuts, milk and soya.

Nutrient Per 100g
Energy KJ 1883
Energy Kcal 449
Fat G 18.4
Saturates G 1.2
Mono – unsaturates G
Polyunsaturates G
Carbohydrates G 58.7
Sugars G 57.9
Of which Added Sugars G
Starch G
Fibre G 3.0
Protein G 10.6
Sodium G 0.02
Salt G 0.1



Piemonte (or Piedmont) is the second largest region of Italy, found in the north west of the country. Its largest city and the original capital of Italy is Turin, the bustling business and culture hub of northern Italy. Turin is filled with a mixture of 16th and 18th century renaissance, baroque and neo classical architecture. More up-to-date, it is also home to Juventus FC, one of Italy’s best football teams.

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