Design and devour – order Cannoleria’s delicious DIY cannoli kits from Melbourne to your home
Famous for pumping out fresh hand-made cannolis at markets across Melbourne, Cannoleria has won over the hearts of many Victorians and visiting Queenslanders (you know, when we used to be able to travel interstate). Hold onto your hats, cannoli lovers – you can now experience Cannoleria’s famed crunchy golden cannoli shells and delicious sweet ricotta filling from the comforts of home. It’s all possible thanks to a new partnership with digital grocer Co-Lab Pantry, where you can order DIY cannoli kits from Cannoleria straight to your door. Delizioso!
The news of Cannoleria’s treats becoming available online is a momentous win for dessert lovers, as well as those who want to support Melbourne-based businesses during the city’s lockdown. You can nab a box of these traditional Sicilian desserts from Co-Lab Pantry, an online retail hub that supplies some of Victoria’s finest foodstuffs and drinkables to your door. The DIY cannoli kits, which are available in packs with 12 mini cannoli shells or six large shells, include mouth-watering fillings (made from Cannoleria’s signature sweet ricotta) and garnishes like crushed pistachio and icing sugar.
To celebrate the launch of the DIY cannoli kits, Cannoleria will be hosting a cannoli making-class on Saturday October 17 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm via Zoom. In the tutorial, culinary master Dario Di Clerico will teach eager students how to create the perfect cannoli. To secure your spot, all you have to do is purchase a Cannoleria School Bag ($65 each), which contains all of the ingredients and information required to become a cannoli master.
The DIY cannoli kits will set you back just $24, with large cannoli shells available for $9 and crostoli (a tasty coffee-time snack) retailing at $9.50. To purchase a Cannoleria DIY cannoli kit, head to Co-Lab Pantry’s website.
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