'Ferratelle': The 1000 year biscuit!
'Ferratelle' are authentically delicious Italian biscuits boasting the optimal combination of ingredients ever created.
Although the exact date is unknown, it is believed these biscuits were first produced in Central Italy in the century VII... that's more than a 1000 years indulging people’s palates!
At the time, the irons used to produce 'ferratelle' were personalized with the family crest as the biscuits were given as presents on special occasions such as Christmas and Easter, as well as at engagement parties where the bride’s family would offer them to the groom’s family.
'Ferratelle' are genuine, delicate, crisp, and fragrant. Not overly sweet but supremely comforting. Ideal for any occasion and a true culinary delight for all tastes... they are just perfect!
A Gem of Italian Heritage
Distinctive and beautiful design
Delicious ways to enjoy 'ferratelle'
1) Create a gelato sandwich and add some coloured sprinkles
2) Mix & match your favourite spread with fruits, nuts, chocolates & more
3) Prepare the perfect s'more by stuffing marshmallows inside our D'Oro Bites... yummy!
4) Snow-embellish a tower of 'ferratelle' by dusting it with confectioner's sugar... perfect for afternoon tea!
5) Top with yoghurt, fruits & seeds... healthy & delicious!
7) Simply dunk into your cuppa'... it's the perfect match for your tea/coffee break!
What Our Customers Are Saying
Jackie T. - Highbury teacher
I have been buying "ferratelle" products for a while now. My kids loved them from the first time they tried them, especially when paired with Nutella. "Ferratelle" have also become an essential part of our family reunions thanks to their addictive flavour and lovely presentation.
Vangelis K. - Time Out reviewer
"Ferratelle" is a little culinary gem waiting to be discovered... I cannot imagine any person of whatever age and background not finding culinary fulfillment there!
Edward P. - London chef student
Although I am continuously trying new biscuits and love to broaden my culinary repertoire, "ferratelle" have become a regular in my weekly food ingest and culinary practices given their versatility. I am constantly finding new ways to enjoy "ferratelle" throughout my food preparations at school.