Sunday, August 12, 2018

Holy Cannoli, Adelaide!




Hi guys! Recently I had the opportunity to sample some delicious cannoli* from Holy Cannoli, a local Adelaide business, and today I'm here to tell you all about it! I love supporting local companies, and Holy Cannoli is a brand new venture owned and run by Emmalee, a Lawyer, and Nick, a Chef, who have a passion for all things Italian and delicious. Emmalee has Italian heritage so these recipes have been lovingly passed down through her family for generations. Emmalee and Nick make the desserts together and have recently had to buy a new fridge to keep up with the demand! Look out for the official launch of Holy Cannoli, coming at the end of August.

Holy Cannoli's vision is to take the old Nonna classics and bring them into 2018. (Just don't tell Nonna!).




I shared a box of Cannoli with my husband, and I can say we both thoroughly enjoyed these Italian treats! It's not hard to work out why these are their best sellers! The cannoli are filled with whipped ricotta, with the light, flaky pastry coated in sugar and the ends rolled in chopped pistachios and a Tim Tam Crumb. The combination of flavours works so well together. It provides just the right amount of sweetness and you're left with a mouthful of light, fluffy deliciousness! I'd highly recommend giving these cannoli's a go, they're so yummy!

Holy Cannoli also make two other dessert lines; creamy White Chocolate and Vanilla Galliano Pannacotta and their version of the classic Tiramisu which features a tempered chocolate dome. I didn't try those two, but they sound absolutely amazing and the prices are really affordable too. Cannoli are just $2.50, with Tiramisu at $4.00 and Pannacotta at $5.00.




Do yourself a favour and check out the goodness on their Facebook page or Instagram, and if you'd like to place an order, it's just a matter of sending an Instagram DM. I've met Emmalee and she is super friendly, so these guys will look after you and your tastebuds!








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Disclaimer: *All cannolis were kindy gifted by Holy Cannoli. Reviews are my honest opinion. There are no affiliate links in this post. Please see the Disclosure page for further information.

Have you tried cannoli? What's your favourite sweet snack?

33 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh, these sound amazing! I haven’t had Cannoli since I was in europe a few years ago. Will have to check it out if I’m ever in Adelaide!

    Laura || www.thelifeoflaura.com.au xx

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    1. Yes! It's my dream to eat my way through Europe, lol! xx

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  2. OMGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG they sound amazing!! I had cannoli at a baby shower recently how can you stop at 1?

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  3. These sound amazing and look so pretty. Despite baking as much as I do, I rarely eat anything sweet, but these look good enough to make an exception.

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    1. Yes, they weren't super sweet either, just enough sweetness!

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  4. OMG - drooling! I don't think I have ever eaten one of these but I would like to!

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  5. These look absolutely amazing! And I definitely need to try their White Chocolate and Vanilla Galliano Pannacotta! How good does that flavour omination as a pannacotta sound!!!

    Ingrid
    https://www.fabulousandfunlife.com.au

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  6. Delish! I love cannoli! Where are they opening?

    Felicia // www.thebeautyandthegeekau.com

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    1. The official launch is at the end of August. They are working from home currently but they eventual goal is to get a shop :)

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  7. Oh these look so amazing! Yum!
    Felicity
    http://babyvine.com.au/best-bassinets-for-co-sleeping/

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  8. Great! Now I have a hankering for Cannolis.. Wish I was in Adelaide :)

    Amy | Her Quarters

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  9. Ohh my goodness, those look so good! I don't think I've ever tried a Cannoli.

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  10. Yummo! I was back home in Sydney for about a week (last week) and HAD to hunt down a cannoli. I miss nanna food! These cannoli look amazing by the way.

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  11. Oh, cannoli!!!!!! These are almost too pretty to eat. Almost!

    SSG xxx

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  12. I used to love these, but haven't had one in years! How delicious!

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  13. Never tried cannoli - sounds delish!
    Ebony x

    www.theblackandwhiteguide.com

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  14. Wow. I have not had a cannoli since I left Sydney. There was a place in a local shopping mall where you could buy them freshly filled and I would get a small ricotta and a small chocolate. With coffee. YUM. These look next level!! Oh and I only liked them crisp! Denyse x

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    1. Thank you for linking up for #lifethisweek. Next week's optional prompt is My Hairstyle History. Denyse

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    2. Thanks for the link up Denyse! The chocolate cannoli sounds yummy!

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  15. Okay, I've never eaten cannoli but they look amazing! The whole coeliac thing is a problem for me with pastries or treats but more and more things are being made gluten-free so.... #teamlovinlife

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    1. It's so good that more treats are being made gluten-free these days :)

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  16. Oh yummy! It looks just like the real Italian cannoli in Italy. #TeamLovinLife

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  17. That looks soooooooo good. I had a cannoli once - from the Cake Boss guy in New York City. I was disappointed. These ones look so much better.

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