Cannoli Cheesecake Recipe [Italian Cheesecake]

Authentic Italian Recipes from Nonna Box

Cannoli cheesecake is a combination of two true Italian classics. You get to enjoy two delicious Italian desserts and never need to choose which to have- you can have them both!

So how did cannoli cheesecake come to be an, most importantly, how can you make such a fantastic dessert?

Those questions will be answered right here! Let?s start by taking a look at cannoli and then move on to cheesecake before combining the two into the mouthwatering dessert you likely are craving already.

What are Cannoli?

Cannoli

Cannoli is the plural word for cannolo which means ?little tube? it Italian. The dessert is now usually referred to simply as ?cannoli?, even if there is only one pastry. The dessert is essentially a fried tube of dough that is then stuffed with a sweet cream filling.

The ingredients of the filling may vary depending on where you purchase the dessert…

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