chocolate chip cannoli

chocolate chip cannoli
This chocolate chip cannoli recipe makes a crisp and flaky cannoli shell enclosing a lusciously creamy ricotta filling. guilt-free!


egglife wraps are made with cage-free eggs, not flour.

The Perfect Wrap for Simple, Delicious, Nutrition!

Recipe and Photo by Jill Foos @jillfooswellness

Serves 4

4 original egglife® wraps

12 oz ricotta cheese, or Kite Hill Ricotta Cheese (almond milk-based for dairy-free)

¼ cup pure maple syrup or sugar-free flavored maple syrup

4 tbsp milk (or milk of choice)

¼-½ cup sugar-free mini-chocolate chips

¼ cup chopped pistachios

cooking spray

whipped cream, for serving


Step 1

Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

Step 2

If you don’t own cannoli molds, then use 4 sheets of aluminum foil to create a log shape about 6” long (or just longer than the wraps).

Step 3

Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.

Step 4

Take each of the 4 wraps and roll around the 4 foil cannoli molds, spraying just the closing ends with cooking spray to seal them.

Step 5

Place on a cookie sheet with seal side down.

Step 6

Bake for 15-20 minutes, or until lightly browned.

Step 7

Let cool completely before removing the foil.

Step 8

Once cooled, carefully loosen up the foil molds by gently twisting them back and forth and then pull them out.  

Step 9

Place the baked cannoli shells on a cutting board.

Step 10

Mix the filling together using the ricotta, maple syrup, and milk, folding in the chocolate chips at the end.

Step 11

Gently fill each cannoli tube with the filling using a small spoon.

Step 12

Place the crushed pistachios in a small bowl.

Step 13

Press each cannoli end down into the pistachios and serve.

Step 14

Serve with a dollop of whipped cream on top. Mmm mmm mmm!

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  1. Theresa Burke

    Can you add the nutritional values for the recipe including total carbs? Thank you.

  2. Susan M

    Warning! If you use the foil method to shape the cannoli, the wraps stick to the foil and you can’t get the foil out without breaking the shells (defeating the whole purpose!). We didn’t have more to figure out if buttering or oiling the foil would prevent this problem. Better to put butter, cinnamon powdered erythritol and lily’s sugar-free chocolate chips, roll up jellyroll style and bake, and then use the ricotta/powdered erythritol/vanilla extract mixture as a dipping sauce!!

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