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Leftover Pandoro cake

leftover pandoro cake

After the Christmas holidays, we have extra panettone and pandoro we don’t want to waste. A cake is a great idea to use leftovers pandoro in a fresh and tasty dessert.

This cake is really easy to make and allows you to “recycle” pandoro leftovers in an original way.

Here’s the recipe step by step


  • leftover pandoro
  • 500gr ricotta
  • ¾ tablespoons of powdered sugar
  • 3 tablespoons of unsweetened cocoa powder
  • chocolate chips, to taste
  • milk to moisten, to taste
For the icing
  • 100gr dark chocolate
  • 50gr milk
  • 1 level tablespoon of sugar
  • decorations to taste


  • Cut the pandoro in slices about 1 cm thick
  • Line the silicone mould base and sides with pandoro slices, filling all the spaces

torta di pandoro     torta di pandoro

  • Moisten the pandoro with the milk
  • Put the ricotta in a bowl, add the cocoa, the sugar and the chocolate chips and mix until well combined
  • Form a layer of ricotta cream

torta di pandoro

  • Cover with another layer of pandoro

torta di pandoro

  • Moisten the pandoro with the milk
  • Place the cake in the freezer for a couple of hours
  • Remove from the mould and place it on a plate

torta di pandoro   torta di pandoro

  • In the meantime, prepare the icing. Pour the milk in a saucepan, add the sugar and the chocolate and cook at low heat, stirring constantly, until fully melted
  • Allow to cool and pour it on the cake covering it completely
  • Garnish to taste

torta di pandoro

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