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In this case, it’s eating. Let’s be honest, especially this time of year. So continue my earlier post on Eataly panettone and to show just how serious I am about this cake, let’s move on to more versions!
It’s hard to resist the Trader Giotto’s version, it’s the right price and a sweet cake. Highly recommend. This one was gone before I could even get a picture of the cake.
And then we decided to test out a slightly different version which I’ve seen around. This version doesn’t have any dried fruit, but instead comes with powdered sugar. Supposedly, this is Italy’s most popular brand (Bauli).
I honestly couldn’t read the directions for sprinkling the powdered sugar (they were in Italian with little pictures). But it looked like you needed to put it near a heater and then put the sugar in. Then agita! Which I take to mean “shake!” It creates quite a mess. Here’s a peak into the bag (after someone decided to eat the top).
And my breakfast this morning. I toasted it and the powdered sugar formed a sugary crust. I tried to capture the crackly shine below. Mmmmm….