Pasta for dessert?
We normally think of pasta as being a savory dish - combined with cheese, meat, and a rich tomato sauce. But pasta dough is actually quite versatile and can be used in sweet dishes as well.
Some of our recipes call for using traditional pasta with sweet ingredients, like lasagna noodles layered with sweetened ricotta cheese and fruit. Other recipes call for making a sweeter pasta from scratch by incorporating cocoa powder, sugar or other sugary ingredients.
Our more popular dessert pastas include blueberry lasagna, chocolate hazelnut ravioli, and chocolate tortellini. Surprise your family or guests by serving chocolate pasta for dessert!
Olive Garden Chocolate Lasagna
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photo: joynhope Made with eggs, water, meringue powder, confectioners' sugar, shortening, almond extract, salt, vanilla extract oven Chocolate Lasagna Made with sugar, heavy cream, ricotta cheese, vegetable oil, x-lg. eggs, salt, cocoa powder, all-purpose flour
Bittersweet Chocolate Ravioli Made with powdered sugar, bittersweet chocolate, butter or margarine, sugar, egg, chocolate extract, baking soda, salt, flour, raspberry jam oven, stovetop
Cocoa Pasta Made with water, eggs, vanilla extract, sugar, cocoa powder, semolina flour Rainwater's On Kettner White Chocolate Lasagna Made with fresh mint leaves, if desired, sweetened whipped cream, semi-sweet chocolate chips, bag white baking chips, shortening, chocolate ice cream, peanut butter, chocolate-flavored syrup, if Chocolate Tortellini in Pear Broth Made with white wine, preferably Chardonnay, well-shaped pears, lemons, cardamom, well-colored oranges, Armagnac or other fine cognac, anisette Italian biscotti, dark chocolate