Bomboloni

Bomboloni (the original name is “krapfen”) is a dessert invented in 1600 and of Austrian origin, to be precise in Graz, the capital of Styria region, a wonderful town surrounded by greenery.

This fragrant dessert, originally filled only with apricot jam, is also known in Bavaria, as “Faschingsk krapfen auf Grazer art”, that is, “Grazian fashion carnival cake”, as it was prepared for carnival celebrations, when bomboloni, at that time, were fried and sold in the streets.

From Graz it was soon exported to Vienna, and then it became widespread in the North of Italy under the domination of Augsburg empire and above all in Trentino region, where the best bomboloni that can be found in Italy is still eaten in the wonderful Dolomites area.

What a bomboloni must absolutely have to be considered as such is the filling of apricot jam, although if you want you can fill them with egg custard, chocolate, other kinds of jam and so on... and cover them with icing sugar.

Assortment
  • Empty Bomboloni

    Regular, 70 g - 2.47 Oz, 6 pcs tray
    Mini, 24 g - 0.85 Oz, 12 pcs tray

  • Stuffed Bomboloni Apricot

    Regular, 90 g - 3.17 Oz, 6 pcs tray

  • Stuffed Bomboloni Red Fruits

    Regular, 90 g - 3.17 Oz, 6 pcs tray
    Mini, 34 g - 1.20 Oz, 12 pcs tray

  • Stuffed Bomboloni Egg Custard

    Regular, 90 g - 3.17 Oz, 6 pcs tray
    Mini, 34 g - 1.20 Oz, 12 pcs tray

  • Stuffed Bomboloni Chocolate Cream

    Regular, 90 g - 3.17 Oz, 6 pcs tray