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Savoiardi, Biscuits à la cuillère, sponge-fingers, trifle sponges, baby fingers

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Ladyfingers are sweet, spongy cookies that are simultaneously crisp, but also cake-like. Their slender, elongated form resmebles a finger, hence their name.

Ladyfingers’ most famous use is in the Italian dessert Tiramisù, but they’re also used in trifles and charlottes. Their unique crispy-spongy texture makes them perfect for soaking in syrups, liqueurs, and coffee and layering in these desserts.

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