St. Joseph's Day, March 19 - Recipes, e-Cards, Tables & Traditions

Joseph's Day, March 19 - Recipes, e-Cards, Tables & Traditions

Cuccidati are found in Italian bakeries everywhere for St. Joseph's Day and Christmas The flaky, rich and delicious cookies quickly become a favorite treat. i have been making these cookies for years at Christmas Time. They go way back to my Grandmother, Mother, and myself. I thought I was pronouncing the name wrong and the only person in the world who made and knew about them until I went to Sicily and bought them at a sandwich and pastry shop.

Cuccidati Sicilian Holiday Cookie ~ shortbread dough, fig date walnut filling, powdered sugar glaze; a sweet splurge for that special occasion, enjoy~

These Italian cream puffs with a rich custard filling are a classic Italian dessert. They are traditionally eaten on St. Joseph's Day, but I say indulge in them year-round!

Italian Cream Puffs with Custard Filling (St. Joseph’s Day Pastries)

These Italian cream puffs with a rich custard filling are a classic Italian dessert. They are traditionally eaten on St. Joseph's Day, but I say indulge in them year-round!

Struffoli, is one of the most popular Italian sweets found on dessert tables for Christmas Eve or St Joesph's Day!

Struffoli (honey balls), is is one of the most popular Italian sweets found on dessert tables for Christmas Eve or St Joseph's Day! My favorite thing ever that my mom makes!

St.Joseph's Day Pastry, zeppole di San Giuseppe. Baked choux pastry filled with an Italian pastry creme. via @nonnasway

Zeppole di San Giuseppe

Saint Joseph Table is a huge festival for Italian American Catholics. The date for the Saint Joseph Day is March 19. #visitsicilyOP #siciliantraditions #populartraditions

Saint Joseph Day

Sicilian food altar for St. Joseph Day, March anyone can have lunch here from the kitchen but the display food is for the homeless

The traditional Italian pastry for St. Joseph's Day March 19th. Sfingi Di San Guiseppe.

Sicilian Sfingi di San Giuseppe - Sfingi: these are filled cream puffs. Sicilians say Sfingi instead of zeppole but it's basically the same thing. We also use Ricotta Cannoli filling instead of custard. These Sfingi are baked instead of fried.

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These Italian cream puffs with a rich custard filling are a classic Italian dessert. They are traditionally eaten on St. Joseph's Day, but I say indulge in them year-round!

Italian Cream Puffs with Custard Filling (St. Joseph’s Day Pastries)

What's Cookin' Italian Style Cuisine: St. Joseph's Day Crispelle Fritta for Carnevale, Doughnuts

What's Cookin' Italian Style Cuisine: St. Joseph's Day Crispelle Fritta for Carnevale, Doughnuts

Italian Cream Puffs with Custard Filling (St. Joseph's Day Pastries)

Italian Cream Puffs with Custard Filling (St. Joseph’s Day Pastries)

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