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Jul 19, 2008 07:06 PM

Cannoli cookies

recently had these delicious cannoli cookies packaged in clear container at someone's bbq...the label said, i think maria taralli, inc or maria tarelli, inc...& i think they had an address of west babylon, long island, ny...has anyone ever had these addictive cookies or is familiar with this company or bakery?

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  1. I saw them in Ivarone's in Wantagh

    1. They are called Tre Colonne from Maria Taralli. I bought them at Pasta Time on Rte 107 in Massapequa. I found your post because I am searching for a recipe to try and duplicate them. Good to know Iavarrone Bros. has them as well.

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      1. re: LIBELLULABELLA2

        Can you describe them in great detail?? Would live to try to make - don't get to the island much. Thx!

        1. re: LIBELLULABELLA2

          Were you every able to obtain a recipe for the cookies? I just picked up a container from a local Italian grocery store here in Wisconsin and LOVED the cookies. I have searched everywhere for this recipe that calls for the ricotta cheese in it. Any luck finding it? If so, would you be so kind to pass it on?

          1. re: LIBELLULABELLA2


            I also bought these at Iavarone's in Wantagh, and they are unfreakinbelievable! I have been searching for a recipe and haven't found one. Have you had any luck? The closest I found is here: and here:

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              1. I realize this is a pretty old post, but wonder if the recipe was ever found? I, too, have fallen in love with this cookie and have found a recipe that might be pretty close.


                I hope someone will post if they've either tried the above or have already found the recipe. Thanks!

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                1. re: luvmycookiesc

                  I've never made them but I found this recipe, not sure if they are what you were thinking of, the cookies in the picture in this recipe look flatter then what I have seen before. I remember them almost looking like pignoli cookies.