Ciambella, Boslan, and Zambëla are traditional desserts from the Emilia-Romagna region in Italy. These sweet treats can be found in various towns and communes throughout the region. In the town of Modena, you can find Ciambella at Pasticceria Gollini, a renowned pastry shop known for its delicious baked goods. Another place to find Ciambella is in the commune of Bologna at Pasticceria Scudieri, a historic bakery that has been serving traditional desserts for generations.

Boslan, a type of sweet bread, is a specialty of the town of Ferrara. You can find this delicacy at Pasticceria Cioccolateria Boccione, a popular bakery known for its traditional Ferrarese pastries. In the commune of Ravenna, Zambëla can be found at Pasticceria La Torre, a local pastry shop that specializes in traditional Ravennate desserts.

One popular recipe for Ciambella involves mixing flour, sugar, eggs, butter, and lemon zest to create a soft and moist cake. Another recipe for Boslan includes ingredients such as flour, sugar, yeast, eggs, and raisins, resulting in a sweet and fragrant bread. These recipes have been passed down through generations and are cherished for their simplicity and delicious taste.

Ciambella, Boslan, and Zambëla have all been recognized with the PAT (Traditional Agri-Food Products) recognition, which highlights their traditional and cultural significance. The specifications for these desserts include using specific ingredients and following traditional preparation methods. This recognition ensures that these traditional desserts are preserved and celebrated for future generations to enjoy.

– “Ciambella” – Pasticceria Gollini (
– “Pasticceria Scudieri” – Bologna Welcome (
– “Boslan” – Pasticceria Cioccolateria Boccione (
– “Zambëla” – Pasticceria La Torre (
– “PAT – Traditional Agri-Food Products” – Ministry of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies (