Offelle di marmellata are traditional Italian cookies that can be found in the Emilia-Romagna region. Specifically, these cookies are popular in the towns and communes of Mantova, Reggio Emilia, and Parma. They can be found in local pastry shops and bakeries in these areas.

One popular pastry shop where offelle di marmellata can be found is Pasticceria Gollini in Mantova. This shop is known for its delicious assortment of traditional Italian pastries, including offelle di marmellata. Another place to find these cookies is Pasticceria Torino in Reggio Emilia, which is famous for its wide variety of baked goods.

Offelle di marmellata are made by sandwiching a layer of jam between two buttery and crumbly cookies. The jam can be of various flavors, such as apricot, raspberry, or strawberry. These cookies are often enjoyed with a cup of tea or coffee as a sweet treat.

Offelle di marmellata have received the PAT (Traditional Agri-Foodstuffs) recognition, which is a certification given to traditional Italian food products. The specifications for offelle di marmellata include using local and high-quality ingredients, traditional preparation methods, and adherence to specific recipes and techniques.

– “Offelle di marmellata” – Pasticceria Gollini (
– “Pasticceria Torino” – Reggio Emilia Turismo (
– “Offelle di marmellata” – Prodotti Tipici (