• Raspberry Swirl Cake

    • A moist vanilla ring cake swirled with a vanilla raspberry batter, topped with vanilla raspberry coffee cake crumbs.
    • Serves 10 to 12
    • Pairs well with your favorite dessert wine.

    • $5.00 FLAT RATE GROUND SHIPPING

  • Sfogliatelle Gift Package

    • 6 Handmade Sfogliatelle (pronounced "s-voy-a-dell") our original Napolean recipe
    • Sfogliatelle, which means "many leaves" are a traditional pastry from Naples.

    • $5.00 FLAT RATE GROUND SHIPPING

  • Grandioso Cookie Tray

    • Approximate Weight: 5 lbs
    • Approximate Servings: 25
    • 12” Round Tray
    • Includes Nine Varieties of our handmade cookies, Torrone (seasonally, while supplies last), imported Candy & Almonds

    • MID/WEST COAST MUST SHIP "EXPRESS SERVICE" FOR HOLIDAY DELIVERY

  • Small Cannoli Package

    • 6 Handmade Cannoli Shells
    • Your choice of two fillings, either Vanilla Italian Cream, Chocolate Italian Cream or Ricotta Cheese with Chocolate Chips and Citron

    • $5.00 GROUND SHIPPING to "most East Coast States". Express Shipping Required for all others and Mid/West Coast

  • Bella Donna Cookie Tin

    • 30-34 Cookies
    • Approximate Weight: 1.5 Lbs.
    • Includes; Pignoli, Plain Amaretti, Almond Topped Amaretti & Filbert Macaroons

    • $5.00 FLAT RATE GROUND SHIPPING

  • Signature Cookie Box

    • 8 varieties of Cookies
    • Approximately 16 Cookies
    • Includes Imported Italian Candy, Chocolates (seasonally), and Candied Coated Almonds

    • $5.00 FLAT RATE GROUND SHIPPING

  • Pecan Diamonds Gift Box

    • 24 individual Pecan Diamond Squares.
    • Pecans cooked in a butter caramel mixture, then poured on a cookie base and drizzled with imported chocolate.

    • $5.00 FLAT RATE GROUND SHIPPING

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Termini Brothers Bakery is located in Philadelphia, PA. Termini Brothers Bakery is one of the original Italian Bakeries in Philadelphia and home of the cannoli. Two brothers. One suitcase. One simple dream. That’s how it all began back in 1921, when Giuseppe left Enna, Sicily to reunite with his brother Gaetano, who had come to America one year earlier. Gaetano’s position at the Stetson hat company afforded them the opportunity to save enough money to open a small, humble bakery in the heart of South Philadelphia. After a year of accumulating whatever funds they could, the dream became a reality. The original site was established at 1514 South 8th Street, across the street from our current main store and bakery shop. The two brothers’ tireless work ethic, in conjunction with their commitment to reinvesting their revenue, allowed them to build a tradition and reputation for quality that has lasted for generations.
 

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