Limoncello: Best Dessert Recipes
|Villa Masa Limocello|
Oh Limoncello where have you been all my life? I had never even heard of Limoncello before receiving this sample of Villa Massas, so I did so research about it and it's actually used in a lot of dessert recipes as well as cocktails. That's what I'm talking about spirits that do double duty!
So what is Limoncello? Limoncello is liquor infused with lemons, purified water, and sweetener that originated in Italy. I tried Villa Masa's limoncello. Villa Massa uses a family recipe that dates back to 1890. It is an all natural lemon liqueur made in the Sorrento peninsula on shaded hillside terraces overlooking Naples. Villa Masa's is 100% all-natural,made from quality ingredients and contain no artificial preservatives, additives or coloring. Limoncello is traditionally served chilled before or after a meal, served over fruit salad, or with vanilla ice cream.
|Check Out How To Make Limoncello from Real Epicurean|
Best Limoncello Dessert Recipes
|Lemon Freeze from My Recipes|
This Limoncello Freeze dessert sounds super easy you basically combine lemon curd with limoncello, organic vanilla ice cream or lemon sorbet, and layer with crumbled cookies that are organic lemon or vanilla. You could also layer with whipped cream, or ice cream or sorbet without lemon curd or limoncello too for added demension. Check out My Recipes for the full recipe
Limoncello Cream Cheese Ice Cream
|Limoncello Cream Cheese Ice Cream from Vintage Kitchen|
Easy Limoncello Dessert
|Rachel Ray's Easy Limoncello ice cream dessert|
|Lemon- Limoncello Cupcake Recipe|
Limoncello Thumb Print Cookies
|Local Lemons limoncello thumbprint cookies|
Limoncello Vegan GF Cheesecake Bites
|Limoncello Vegan Cheesecake Bites from BitterSweet|
You can make your own limoncello, all you need is a bag of organic lemons, alcohol and sugar, but I say why bother if you can find a natural one at a reasonable price like Villa Massa's (SRP is $24.99 for a 750ml bottle).
Disclaimer: Samples of the products discussed here were provided to me for reviewing purposes at no cost, but I have not been paid in any other way for this review.
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