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This ‘Bazooka’ Cannoli Is Mind-Blowing!


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A bakery in Sydney, Australia, attracted a ton of attention for what they call The Bazooka — a massive cannoli shell filled with 50 standard sized cannolis.

Talk about an outrageous dessert! This incredible treat is literally a giant cannoli shell that’s filled to the brim with regular-sized cannolis of both chocolate and vanilla flavors.

Available at Pasticceria Caruso, this amazing cannoli is not just a special one-off creation — it’s the bakery’s most popular item. It’s so popular, in fact, that they make around 400 per week.

The regular pastries are piped with the delicious cream and then stuffed inside of the massive shell using chocolate ganache to hold them in place. Metro reported.

Take a look at the inside of this thing — it’s bound to blow your mind!

You’ve certainly never had a cannoli like this before.

Source: Metro / Photo credit: That's Nerdalicious, Metro, Screenshot/Hungry_As_Fork via Metro

Tags: Australia, baking, bazooka, cannoli, dessert
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This Cannoli Cheeseball Is A Fun New Way To Eat A Classic Dessert


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Get ready to take cannoli’s to a whole new level with this delicious cannoli cheeseball.

This creamy, chocolatey dip is made with ricotta cheese, cinnamon, powdered sugar and chocolate chips. All you need to do is combine the ingredients, form a ball, cover it in chocolate chips and let it set for an hour. 

Once it’s set, serve with vanilla wafers or graham crackers and enjoy this fun take on an Italian classic.


1 (8 ounce) cream cheese, softened

½ cup ricotta

½ cup powdered sugar

1 teaspoon cinnamon

⅛ teaspoon allspice

2½ cups mini chocolate chips, divided

Vanilla wafers, graham crackers, for serving


In a medium sized mixing bowl combine cream cheese, ricotta, powdered sugar, cinnamon, allspice, and 1 cup mini chocolate chips. Form the cheese mixture into a ball and wrap in plastic. Refrigerate for an hour until set.

Roll the cheeseball in remaining chocolate chips. Serve with vanilla wafers and graham crackers.

Source: The Recipe Critic / Photo credit: The Recipe Critic 

Tags: better, cannoli, cheeseball, dip, recipe
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