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Ferrara Cannoli Shells, 6 Count, 4.5 Ounce Boxes (Pack of 12)
- Case of twelve 6 count boxes of cannoli shells (72 total shells)
- Crisp pastry dessert shell
- Fill with cannoli cream, ice cream, or frozen yogurt for a quick and easy dessert
- Perfect ingredient for a traditional Italian dessert
- Certified kosher
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Top Customer Reviews
And I also don't find them to be as tasty as other shells. They don't taste bad, but the flavor of the shells is very neutral. I'm used to shells that bring a little bit of zesty flavor to the cannoli party.
Since Amazon only sells them in these multi-unit packs, maybe they'll grow on me as I work my way through them.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great value, very good quality. I would buy from this seller again.Published 17 months ago by Roberta
THE PRICE IS VERY REASONABLE AND THEY ARE REALLY GOOD AND PERFECT SIZE AS WELL. WE WILL ORDER MORE BOXESPublished on May 2, 2014 by loudee
For the most part, not many were broken. They taste great and freeze well. A great treat. Not easy to locate.Published on February 26, 2014 by Lorita
Quality product and not one was broken! Tastes exactly like you would expect to be served in a fine restaurant!Published on December 18, 2013 by Mrs. Peggy Stelmach
This is not the best way to purchase cannoli shells, 1/2 of my shells were broken to pieces and was of any use.Published on May 4, 2013 by Michelle Strickland