Bauli owes its origins to the beautiful Verona, a birthplace of fabled Italian Christmas cake - simple yet utterly delicious pandoro. The famous Italian confectionery brand was founded in 1922 by Ruggero Bauli, a culinary genius who never backed down until he achieved his goal, and we’re so glad he fulfilled the lifelong culinary dream of owning a pastry shop. Ruggero Bauli had to put himself through a lot of trouble, and we mean escaping-a-sinking-steamship-on-his-way-to-Argentina kind of trouble. However, for a determined confectioner, it was simply a chance of starting a new life in a new country on a sweeter note.
Ten years later, after starting a successful yet homesick-ening business abroad, Bauli returned to his hometown to pursue, this time Italian, dreams! In an unbelievably short time, his little Veronese shop became the talk of the town. This shouldn’t come as a surprise, since the shop produced over 5000 cakes every day, becoming one of the most prominent names on the local market with an irresistible assortment of traditional Italian pastries and cakes, such as pandoro and panettone! After the 2000s, the family business has expanded to international markets with a vision to showcase moreish flavors of Italian confectionery and unmatched craftsmanship to the whole world.
The top Italian confectionery brand is loved for its festive cakes: the tall, dome-shaped panettone and snowy mountain-like pandoro; you know who they are! And, if you’ve not had the luxury of giving them a taste yet, we think this holiday season is the perfect time to right wrongs. With more than enough stove-top cooking, it’s clear you deserve something easy (to get, serve and eat) yet equally delectable to deck out your festive menu with sweeter flavors. So, we’ve gathered our favorite seasonal cakes from Bauli for you to have a holly, jolly, unbelievably-moreish Christmas!