Cròfani is a traditional dessert from the Trentino region of Italy. It is a sweet pastry made with flour, sugar, eggs, and butter, and is typically filled with jam or chocolate. The dessert is popular in several towns and communes in the province of Trento, including Trento, Rovereto, and Riva del Garda.

Cròfani can be found in many bakeries and pastry shops throughout the region. In Trento, it can be purchased at Pasticceria Dolomiti and Pasticceria Bertagnolli. In Rovereto, it can be found at Pasticceria Caffetteria La Dolce Vita and Pasticceria Caffetteria La Perla. In Riva del Garda, it can be found at Pasticceria Gelateria La Dolce Vita.

One popular recipe for cròfani involves filling the pastry with apricot jam and dusting it with powdered sugar. Another recipe involves filling the pastry with Nutella and chopped hazelnuts.

Cròfani has been recognized by the PAT (Prodotti Agroalimentari Tradizionali) as a traditional food product of the Trentino region. The specifications for cròfani include the use of local ingredients, such as flour from the Val di Non and butter from the Val di Fiemme. The pastry must also be made using traditional methods and techniques.

Sources:
– “Cròfani Trentini: la ricetta originale” (https://www.giallozafferano.it/ricerca-ricette/crofani%20trentini/)
– “Cròfani: il dolce trentino che conquista tutti” (https://www.trentinocorrierealpi.gelocal.it/trento/cronaca/2021/02/22/news/crofani-il-dolce-trentino-che-conquista-tutti-1.39910257)