DiCamillo Bakery, founded in 1920, is renowned for its award-winning authentic biscotti, cookies, breads, cakes, singular packaging, and unique food-gifts. It continues to the present day through the dedication of the third-and fourth generations of the DiCamillo Family.
Perhaps the most famous of all Italian biscotti and a perfect example of how broad the term "biscotti" really is. These light-as-a-feather, single-baked, intensely-almond macaroons are crisp, airy, gluten-free and perfect with creams, custards, gelato, ice cream or fresh fruit. Save the crumbs, as they are regarded as highly as the cookies themselves and make an excellent dessert topping. There is even a famous tortellini recipe that includes Amaretti crumbs in the filling.
Romantic legends abound regarding Amaretti origins, but none prepare you for the elegant simplicity of this baked confection. Almost miraculously, they are made using only three ingredients: almonds, sugar, and egg-whites. They remain a timeless milestone in the canon of the Italian baker.