from "how sweet it is" - http://www.howsweeteats.com/2010/08/09/better-than-crack-brownies/
everybody i've ever made these for have loved them. i've made them with marshmellows before too... but that didn't really work out too well hehehe. in the picture the lighter biscottis don't have the cocoa powder in them and the darker ones do. (i like th
this is one of our favorite biscotti recipes-it is simply superb with a cup of hot, spiced chai tea! it's also excellent if 3/4 cup dried cherries or cranberries are added!
this is from giada de laurentis' every day food show. i'm adding it here because i can never find recipes a second time on the food network website. these are yummy biscotti dipped in meleted chocolate for extra yummyness!
wonderful with a glass of wine, these are my favorite biscotti.
these dry cookies are delicious when served with a nice big cup of coffee after a meal.
i went to a gluten-free baking class and this was one of the featured recipes. i had never had biscotti before, so i don't really know how this compares. i liked it however. it was quite good dipped in my coffee and had just the right amount of crunch and
these are a delicious biscotti, the recipe was passed on to me , the recipe comes from a bakery.
from diabetes australia the ultimate diabetes cookbook in response to a request for sweet treats with nuts. times are estimated and have not included standing time of 3 to 4 days. the name almond bread is a bit of a misnomer so have changed the title 30
there's nothing better than a hot cup of joe and a crispy biscotti. unless, of course, you're enjoying them at a cafe in italy! :) i was always intimidated to make these, but found them to be a sinch to make and can't wait to try them again.
this is a quick biscotti recipe that starts off with a chocolate cake mix. very quick and easy and perfect for after dinner drinks or coffee.
these started out with just almonds and the cranberries and dried apricots got worked in there somehow. they are really good.
from everyday food october 2005. allow extra time for cooling.
these biscotti are very easy to make, even for a novice. a couple of them broke while i was slicing them for the second baking and they tasted darn good only after first! from "williams-sonoma italian favorites."
wonderful dunker with tea, coffee or hot chocolate. keep these out overnight after baking so that they completely dry out. a good biscotti is a crisp biscotti.
one of my most requested recipes.
in stead of using cranberries use dried cherries for almond-cherry biscotti's. this biscotti recipe is posted by request, i have not made this one yet. recipe comes from plumercrest bed and breakfast.(i would watch the bake time it seems long)
this is a delicious biscotti recipe which smells wonderful while baking. perfect served with your morning coffee or just as a snack. i found the recipe in "sweet maria's italian cookie tray cookbook".
this recipe was featured in an email from the www.kingarthurflour.com website: "here it is, the simplest, easiest biscotti recipe you'll ever follow. biscotti bake twice rather than once, and thus take a bit longer start-to-finish than normal drop cookie
anna migrated to queens ny from italy with her husband and lived in my granny's house in the upstairs apartment. she had no children of her own so it gave her great pleasure to spoil us often with these baked goodies called
as some might know biscotti are my favorite cookies and when i came across this recipe at bh and g. i just had to bring it home so that i'll be able to find it again. it sounds simply fabulous and i must try this new method of making biscotti.
this one is for my cookbook. from heart healthy cooking by becel
another great find on american - i like chewy biscotti so i only cook it once.
my aunt collie always had these on hand.
this recipe from my italian great great aunt has been prepared by my mother and my grandmother and now by me! great with coffee, keeps well, very delicious!
this recipe was taken from a sebastiani vineyard cookbook i bought for my mom. the lemon and orange peel give these biscotti a wonderful flavor!
this is my italian grandmother's recipe and they're fabulous!
this is a variation on the almond biscotti recipe i posted. i prefer the almond biscotti but most of my friends prefer this recipe. i have tried hazelnuts, almonds, and semi-sweet chocolate chips in place of the white chocolate chips. all of them were
this is the portuguese version of a dunking cookie. they are delicious, buttery cookies. originally from sao miguel in the azores, my avô (grandpa) on my father's side was a baker for many years in montreal. this was his recipe.
chunks of banana, banana granola or mueslix cereal, toffee chips all laced together with brown sugar, honey, and nutty good things.it smells like banana bread; it crunches like a cookie. delicious!
a crunchy banana bread taste in this cookie. very good and easy to make. the kitchen smells great while baking.
from cooking light website. something different to make with over-ripe bananas (this is the key to a strong banana flavour--the more spotted the banana the tastier.) the biscotti are very small "baby-finger" sized--probably how they earned a low calorie r
great recipe for over-ripe bananas
these are great dipped in melted chocolate. these can be made with splenda for baking.
these biscotti are great for "dunking" in a cup of tea or a glass of milk. friends will love these, great as a gift. low fat, diabetic exchange: 1 starch
this isn't anything fancy, just a basic biscotti.
this is my fav biscotti recipe. you can cook it as is or toss in dried fruit or nuts or chocolate or add flavorings. i can't recall for the life of me where i got it, but i've been making it for a few years now and love it. for christmas i tossed some
great with soup.
my great-grandmothers recipe from italy. yummy, and so addictive! everyone likes them or loves them!
i found this recipe on cookiesfromitaly.com. i liked it so much, i will be making these for christmas! if only i could eat cookies all the time, i'd be in the kitchen right now making a batch!
a great italian biscotti
from cookiesfromitaly.com. can be prepared 1 week ahead and stored in the refrigerator until ready to bake. store in an airtight container. these biscotti have a great and unusual flavor with the orange and almond combination!
recipe courtesy giada de laurentiis show: everyday italian episode: in nonna's kitchen
very tasty treat! add more or less liqueur depending on your tastes, enjoy!
i just enjoyed a healthy recipe #283011. wanted something sweet and a cup of coffee and came up with this treat! coffee, and hazelnut kahluha, biscoitti liqueur, and bailey's irish cream. this can be served cold over ice if desired.
a great hard biscuit with a twinge of hotness! a staple in italian delis and "pastosas".
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