Handmade Chocolate and Almonds Sweet Taralli

Handmade Chocolate and Almonds Sweet Taralli

Among the sweet Apulian taralli offered for sale in this shop, these with chocolate and almond undoubtedly stand out. A combination that conquers everyone, young and old. Imagine a sweet Apulian taralli and imagine your children wanting a delicious snack, to take anywhere, perhaps enriched with chocolate: the answer is precisely in these sweet chocolate and almond taralli, a riot of goodness that will not leave even the littlest ones indifferent. home.


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Origin area
Lecce / Salento
GMO Free
Handmade product
200 gr
Farina pugliese di grano tenero "0", zucchero, vino bianco 20%, olio d'oliva, cioccolato fondente 5% (pasta di cacao, zucch, destrosio, emulsionante, lecitina soia), mandorle 5%, lievito in polvere, aroma naturale di vaniglia
Short production line / 0 Km
Laterradipuglia Dolci

Sweet chocolate and almond taralli

What's better than a sweet tarallino to turn around a gray and perhaps a little boring day? In the Land of Puglia we are firmly convinced that a tarallino can really bring a smile to everyone's mouth. The ones we present here perhaps more than the others, given the presence of excellent chocolate flakes, which is notoriously known for being able to lift the mood of anyone who tastes it. And if the fact that chocolate is a famous antidepressant isn't enough for you, below we give you some other reasons to try these sweet chocolate and almond taralli.

Healthy and safe raw materials, for an ideal dessert for the whole family

Another point in favor of these delicious Apulian sweet taralli is certainly that of the raw materials. As always, even when it comes to savory products, vegetables, fresh pasta and everything you find here in the La Terra di Puglia catalogue, the starting point is a top raw material. Therefore, local raw materials, if possible at zero km (or even less!), selected and combined together with great skill and good taste. 

In these sweet taralli with chocolate and almonds the tried and tested love marriage between chocolate and almonds is more present than ever. The chocolate, as mentioned, is the good, homemade chocolate, in flakes suitably grated for the occasion. The almonds are the Apulian ones, good, very sweet, peeled one by one and lovingly accompanied by the best pastry chefs that La Terra di Puglia has on its staff to be part of the dough of these extraordinary tarallini.

The result is a real treat capable of cheering up and - who knows - consoling the palate even in the most tiring moments of our days. Or to reward ourselves if we think we deserve a little sweet break. Try them with coffee: it will truly be a riot of classic and well-calibrated aromas, ready to pamper even the most demanding palate in the right way. 

Apulian sweet taralli are a traditional delight of the Puglia region, known for their crunchiness and delicate flavour. Also known as taralli with sugar, these sweets are a perfect combination of simplicity and goodness, often appreciated throughout Italy.

Apulian Sweet Taralli Recipe

Preparing sweet Apulian taralli at home is a wonderful way to bring a piece of Puglia into your kitchen. The recipe for Apulian sweet taralli involves the use of simple ingredients such as flour, eggs, sugar and olive oil. Here is a detailed recipe for making Apulian sweetened taralli.


  • 500 g of flour
  • 150 g of sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 100 ml of olive oil
  • 1 glass of white wine
  • 1 sachet of baking powder
  • Granulated sugar for garnish


  • In a large bowl, mix the flour with the sugar and yeast.
  • Add the eggs, olive oil and white wine, then knead until the dough is smooth and homogeneous.
  • Form small cylinders with the dough and close them into a circle, creating the typical shape of taralli.
  • Bring a pan of water to the boil and blanch the taralli for a few minutes, until they float to the surface.
  • Drain the taralli and leave them to dry on a cloth.
  • Dip the taralli in granulated sugar, covering them evenly.
  • Place the taralli on a baking tray lined with baking paper and bake in a preheated oven at 180°C for approximately 20-25 minutes, or until golden.

Variants and traditions

There are several variations of this recipe, some of which include ingredients such as lemon or anise to add additional nuances of flavor. In particular, sweet Lecce taralli are a popular variant that can include specific local flavours. As in the case of the ready-made product on sale online on this page, enriched with almonds and delicious chocolate.

The sweet Apulian taralli recipes are handed down from generation to generation, keeping alive a tradition that contains all the warmth and hospitality of Apulian culture. These sweets not only delight the palate, but also bring with them the charm of ancient family festivals and local celebrations.

With this sweet Apulian taralli recipe, you can experiment and enjoy the magic of sugar taralli directly at home, rediscovering the authentic and unmistakable flavor of Puglia every time.

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