Places to Get Cannoli in the Upper Valley

I still remember my trip to Boston and seeing all these people walking by with Mike’s Pastry boxes.  I had to find out what it was all about.  So my husband and I braved the February chill and walked down the street and found cannoli heaven!  We got two and shared: oreo and amaretto.  My husband’s favorite was the oreo and mine was the amaretto. Amazing!  You can order vanilla and chocolate online.

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So needless to say I was beyond excited when I found out there were places in the Upper Valley that make and sell fresh cannoli.  Wahoo!

Here are some places to get your hands on some tasty cannoli.

Lou’s in Hanover.  One person said they’re comparable to Mike’s in Boston and the best locally.

Hannaford is great for convenience.  They have cannoli platters and different sizes of cannolis like mini cannoli. People enjoyed the presentation and flavor.

Three Tomatoes on the Green in Lebanon has cannoli filled with ricotta cream and dipped in chocolate chips and pistachios.

Anne’s Country Store in Plainfield made some fresh yesterday I Think I might stop by.

Lui Lui’s in the Powerhouse plaza has cannoli with creamy vanilla ricotta and chocolate chips.  You can even have them filled with chocolate mousse one reviewer said, yum.

Stella’s in Lyme was recommended by a couple people for their cannoli.  Their cannoli are dipped in chocolate chips and pistachios.

Price Chopper in W. Leb also offers cannoli.

Beyond the Upper Valley is Big Eyes Bakery in Ludlow.  It has rave reviews.  One person said their cannoli were so creamy, fresh, and made to order.  The bakery is so popular that they moved to a bigger location on Main Street. 

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