Cavallucci are a rich Italian Christmas pastry prepared with anise, almonds, candied fruits, coriander, and flour. They are Sienese in origin, and the name translates approximately to "little horses". The chewy biscuits traditionally use Tuscan millefiori honey as an essential ingredient in the paste.

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  • Cavallucci are a rich Italian Christmas pastry prepared with anise, almonds, candied fruits, coriander, and flour. They are Sienese in origin, and the name translates approximately to "little horses". The chewy biscuits traditionally use Tuscan millefiori honey as an essential ingredient in the paste. (en)
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  • Cavallucci are a rich Italian Christmas pastry prepared with anise, almonds, candied fruits, coriander, and flour. They are Sienese in origin, and the name translates approximately to "little horses". The chewy biscuits traditionally use Tuscan millefiori honey as an essential ingredient in the paste. (en)
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