Monday, January 11, 2016

Sweet Treats with Bauli Panettone

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Written By:  Bobbie


Over the holidays I was sent an Il Panettone de Milano made by Bauli to try with my family.  Having already tried Mini Croissants last year and the Pandoro di Verona Limonce my taste buds were already geared up for a flavorful treat, and they were not disappointed.


The Il Panettone de Milano is a fully baked, ready to eat cake.  Just looking at the picture you might think it is dense like a fruit cake, but it is very light and fluffy and more like a bread cake.  Even though it is a ready to eat cake, it was not at all dry and tasted very fresh.

     

Removing the cake from the box is pretty easy, then it's just a matter of placing it on a plate and removing the paper that is wrapped around it.  There is also a paper on the bottom that you will need to remove before cutting into and serving this treat.  I used a serrated knife so I would not end up smashing down the cake while I was cutting it.  The outside crust is a beautiful golden brown, but very thin and very soft.



The Bauli Panettone is All-Natural and made with simple ingredients: butter, sugar and eggs, along with sweet raisins and glazed orange peels. It’s baked in its own cylindrical mold for a distinct and festive look.  The cake is not too sweet, and the raisins and orange peel bits give a great balance of sweet and tang, with neither being overbearing.  It was perfect as a late night treat with a ton of flavor, but not to heavy.  Hubby loved it with a cup of coffee right after he came home from work.

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