Monday, December 21, 2015

Traditional Holiday Treats with Bauli Pandoro di Verona Limonce #BauliUSA #Review

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Written By:  Bobbie

I love giving my daughter the opportunity to try out new foods, and she may have been more than a little excited when Bauli USA sent us a  Pandoro di Verona Limonce to try.

First things first, we had to figure out hot to open the box.  We found a small area on the bottom that said:  To Open Press Here.  This basically gives you a starting point to pull the bottom of the box out to the ready to eat cake inside.

Inside we found the Pandoro di Verona inside a bag, and a packet of lemony powdered sugar.  Looking over the directions it suggested adding the powdered sugar to the bag, and giving it a good shake to coat the cake.  The wonderful aroma that greeted us when we opened the bag to add the powder sugar made us even more excited to try this Italian Holiday treat.  My daughter had a lot of fun with this part and I finally had to tell her to stop shaking it if she ever wanted to eat it.


At this point we got into a discussion on how to cut the cake.  I wanted to cut it across so the cake would look like a pretty star, my daughter wanted to cut it into wedges so she could have more of the lemony powered surge on her cake slice.

No surprise, she won and started cutting herself out a wedge.  Pandoro di Verona Limonce has lemon liqueur-flavored cream streaks through out the cake.  We were both impressed with how light and airy the cake was, and enjoyed the mellow lemon flavor of both the lemon liqueur-flavored cream in the cake, and the lemony powdered sugar coating the cake.

My husband is not a huge fan of lemony treats, most of them are too tart for him, but he really enjoyed this cake.  I have to admit I was a little worried when I saw that the bag around the cake was just closed with a twist tie.  I thought it might be a little dried out, but this was not the case at all.

The Bauli Pandoro All-Natural is 100% free of chemicals. It is leavened for 40 hours using a “mother dough” that allows it to rise naturally, keeping it fresh for much longer than regular bread or cakes with absolutely no preservatives.  With just three of us in the house now, there were left overs, and I just put the cake back into the bag with the powdered sugar and closed it back up with the twist tie.  The cake stayed fresh and delicious over the next couple of days that it took us to polish it off.

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