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Melbourne’s Dedicated Cannoli Factory Is Now Delivering Its DIY Dessert Kits Nationwide – Concrete Playground

In the middle of the year, Melbourne received one of the city’s rare pieces of good news for 2020, all thanks to the opening of Cannoleria’s huge dedicated cannoli factory. If you love Sicilian sweet treats but you live elsewhere around the country, the dessert joint is now sharing the love your way, too — delivering its DIY cannoli kits around Australia.

Fans of crunchy pastry tubes piped full of fresh ricotta, rejoice. The nationwide expansion is a collaboration with Co-Lab Pantry, and sees the kits available in New South Wales, Queensland, the Australian Capital Territory, South Australia and Western Australia. And, you have two options: a 12-cannoli kit, using mini shells, or a six-cannoli kit with full-sized shells.

Whichever you choose, you’ll be paying $24 — and you’ll receive your chosen type of shell, a 450-gram piping bag of ricotta filling from Cannoleria’s sibling venue That’s Amore Cheese, and crushed pistachio and icing sugar as a garnish. Extra shells, in the large size, are also available to purchase for $9 (because no one can eat just a couple of cannoli).

Also, because there’s never a bad time to pick up new skills — but 2020 has certainly been the year for it — Cannoleria is also hosting a virtual cannoli class. Run by chef and co-owner Dario Di Clerico, the Zoom session will teach you how to make the traditional Sicilian dessert, from whipping up the dough and turning it into tubes to filling it with sweet ricotta, at 11am on Saturday, October 17. Tickets cost $65, which includes a Cannoleria school bag filled with cannoli-making ingredients delivered to your door.

To order Cannoleria’s DIY cannoli kits, visit the store’s website.

Published on October 13, 2020 by

Sarah Ward

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