If you're looking for an extra crunchy biscotti with updated flavors, give this chocolate chip and candied almond version a try.
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White chocolate, cherries, and almonds make these dessert-worthy biscotti.
These biscotti are made with olive oil, lemon juice and zest, and sesame seeds. They are basically unsweetened, meant to be eaten with a cup of strong, sweet coffee.
For a grown-up friendly cookie, try these not too sweet chocolate biscotti with figs.
Bright lemon and rich pine nuts combine in this easy biscotti.
These cookies pair fruity olive oil with earthy pistachios to make a salty-sweet treat.
Cornmeal adds crunch to these cherry biscotti.
The delicate honey flavor of these biscotti is accented with notes of vanilla, lemon, and almond.
Black olives have a briny sweetness that effortlessly straddles the line between sweet and savory.
Biscotti spiced with holiday flavors like cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg, are finished with a smooth sugar glaze.
These super chunky biscotti are packed with almonds and cranberries, making for a nutty, sweet-tart cookie.
The flavors here are so complementary and play off each other perfectly: the salt and caramelized sugar in the ice cream, the warm honey and Vin Santo sauce—delicious
These fruity apricot biscotti are accented with a hint of vanilla.
Made with the very Sicilian combination of almonds, olive oil, and lemon, these biscotti take on the peppery, green notes of the oil. They're rich in a way that's completely different from those baked using butter.
Crunchy twice baked cookies flavored with maple and studded with walnuts.
These twice baked, crunchy chocolate cookies are liberally studded with peanuts.
These unusual biscotti have a wonderful combination of nutty and earthy flavors.
These fig and walnut studded biscotti are spiced with nutmeg, cinnamon, and cloves.
Adapted from Giada at Home...
These biscotti are infused with smoky, meaty bacon and dotted with rich pockets of chocolate. Each bite yields layer upon layer of mostly-sweet-but-also-savory flavors. Try dunking them in your morning coffee! They will keep for up to two weeks, stored...