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Marron Filled Italian Cake
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Price : $54.95
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Very popular in Italy and soon to be a favorite in the United States Ė Marron Glace, or Candied Chestnuts are very popular in Italy around the holiday season.

Enjoy a Marron (Candied Chestnut) Cream Filled Italian cake by Pasticceria Scarpato as a perfect finality to a festive holiday meal. A not too sweet yeast cake with a creamy Marron filling graced with a dusting of powdered sugar. Perfect for gracing your table at a festive holiday gathering and beautifully wrapped, this Marron cream filled Italian cake makes a wonderful gift.

Marron (Candied Chestnut) flavored yeast cake filled with Marron flavored cream filling. Comes with packet of icing sugar for the final crowning touch to your holiday table.

Size: 1000 g. (35 ounces) Serves approximately 8-10 Storage: Store at room temperature, 8 months.

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Size: 1000 g. (35 ounces) Serves approximately 8-10.

Price : $39.95
 
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