Thermomix amaretti

Thermomix recipe 100% made in Italy for Amaretti

Amaretti Bimby
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Hello everyone, here we finally have a sweet recipe, it’s amaretti this time, simple and easy to replicate home.

To be honest I cooked them on Friday, but I hadn’t been able to post the recipe yet.

A long story accompanies this recipe, in fact, it comes from America from my grandmother’s Calabrian friends and from her to me, a real adventure.

Soft Calabrian amaretti are different from the classic crispier ones from Saronno or those from Sassello.
They are in fact a mix between the two, they are crispier outside but soft inside and they are also characterised by a slightly cracked surface.

I leave you with the recipe for the thermomix amaretti.

See you for the next recipe!


Thermomix Amaretti

Valid for: Thermomix TM6 / TM5 / TM31

30 minutes Time
5 Servings


  • 3 white eggs
  • 450 gr almond
  • 1 tbsp almon liquor (optional)
  • 220 gr sugar


  1. Put the almonds and sugar in the bowl, grind: 30 sec on max speed and set them aside.

  2. In the clean jug insert the butterfly and put the egg whites and a pinch of salt, whisk: 4 mins 37° speed 4.

  3. Now in a fairly large bowl with the help of the spatula, add the egg whites to the mixture of almonds and sugar that was put aside and a teaspoon of amaretto liquor.

  4. Shape small balls the size of a walnut with your hands or using two tea spoons.

  5. Pass them through sugar and put them on a tray.

  6. Bake in pre heated oven at 160° C for around 15 mins.

  7. Let cool down completely and serve... Enjoy your meal!

My advice

For an optimal browning, pass them under the grill just 2 minutes so that the surface is coloured a little, without drying them too much.

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