Fairytale Christmas has arrived in Loughborough

…in the form of a Christmassy pitstop at Dolcino. If you’re getting in some early Christmas shopping, out and about with the family, or just in need of a break, look no further.

Christmas cakes and biscuits at DolcinoTo celebrate the upcoming holiday season, we’ve launched an array of fairytale snacks and drinks to help you along your way. Here are 10 of the best.

Dolcino’s Top Ten Christmas Treats

  1. Fairytale Freakshake

First of all, there’s our signature Fairytale Freakshake. This contains a scrumptious mountain of artisan gelato, strawberry and fior di latte flavours, strawberries, prosecco (optional) and is topped with a star biscuit, strawberries, whipped cream and fairy sprinkles.

  1. After Eight Affogato

For all you lovers of the nation’s favourite after dinner mint, we have the perfect combination – rich Italian coffee with a scoop of mint choc chip gelato.

  1. Snowball Latte

Then there’s the perfect winter latte, a drink which combines a traditional caffelatte with a scoop of our artisan fior di latte gelato.

  1. Luxurious Latte

But if gelato in your coffee isn’t your thing, we have a variety of lattes to delight your senses. There’s the nocciola (hazelnut) latte, the salted caramel latte and the cinnamon latte too.

  1. White Hot Chocolate

For all you hot chocolate lovers this is a delightful alternative to your usual milk chocolate flavoured drink. Made with Ghirandelli white chocolate, it’s worth a taste.

  1. Christmas Dinner Crepe or Waffle

A Dolcino take on the traditional Christmas meal, this dish encompasses turkey, pork stuffing, cranberry relish and is served with braised red cabbage. It’s also available as a vegetarian dish – please ask for details in store.

  1. Gingerbread Reindeer

Already a firm favourite with our younger guests, the Gingerbread Reindeer goes very nicely with a warm Babycino or your favourite hot drink.

  1. Chocolate and Orange Muffin

Why not try this special winter muffin with it’s delicious blend of chocolate and orange?

  1. Stollen Bundt Cake

If you taste this German Classic at least once you’ll be hooked. A light version of the traditional Stollen cake, this melts in the mouth. Try combining it with an Italian coffee or a nice cuppa!

  1. Christmas Pud Sundae

And finally, this one does what it says on the tin and provides you with Christmas pudding and a generous amount of artisan gelato. Who could ask for more?