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    I don't eat many sweets, but it's nice to have a crunchy slightly sweet dunker for my tea or occasional coffee. Here's a collection of biscotti recipes which look pretty darn tasty!
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    A Southwestern flair to a traditional recipe! Here, the blue corn of the Hopi Indians is used to make fabulous, practically addictive cookies inspired by the famous "twice baked" Italian biscotti. It's this treatment that gives biscotti their distinctive crispy crunch. Good with a cup of coffee. From Bobby Flay.

    Recipe #117937

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    Milk chocolate chunks and toasty almonds stud these orange-scented biscotti for a delectable flavor harmony-- yum! These are one of my favorite biscotti cookies of all time. Excellent for dunking in a cup of hot coffee or espresso, or with a sweet dessert wine such as Asti Spumante. Enjoy! Recipe is taken from a wonderful little book of biscotti recipes by Lou Seibert Pappas, entitled "Biscotti".

    Recipe #115267

    Not all biscotti are for coffee dunking! :) These biscotti are perfect for dipping into chili or thick soups and stew! From Cooking Light, March 2005.

    Recipe #114934

    In Italy, a cup of espresso or cappuccino just wouldn't be complete without biscotti.

    Recipe #44360

    Amazing cookies so much flavour. I dip mine in bittersweet chocolate for a fancier cookie. Easy to vary ingredients in this recipe, try using candied ginger and hazelnuts or brazilnuts instead of apricots and almonds.

    Recipe #88667

    This is my mom's recipe for biscotti. They never last more than a few days after she makes them. I'm biased, but they are the BEST!

    Recipe #58135

    These are lemony and crunchy. I don't remember where I got the recipe from. It's scrawled on the back of an old electric bill envelope. I THINK it came from a mom at a PTA meeting many years ago... The size isn't hard and fast, but if you make the logs bigger your yield will be different.

    Recipe #100664

    You will enjoy this!

    Recipe #50998

    Very nice not hard cookie. Berries keep them moist, and the anise gives a great shot of flavour. Don't be tempted to put more berries, beacuse this is really the right amount for this cookie...

    Recipe #75073

    A much softer-textured biscotti

    Recipe #31396

    Recipe courtesy Giada De Laurentiis Show: Everyday Italian Episode: In Nonna's Kitchen

    Recipe #65728

    This is my long time favorite desert, travels well, freezes well, and is great at dunking in coffee, and is amazingly easy to make. The original recipe came to me from very long ago and while OK just lacked something. It turns out that sometime is more nuts, more flavorings, and orange peel. I almost always double the recipe which then makes about 45- 50 biscotti. I have also been known to dip some of the biscotti in melted chocolate.

    Recipe #110760

    These make wonderful treats for breakfast, brunch or even a snack. Great for dipping in your coffe too. The dough is very sticky when kneading so make sure you have plenty of flour on your hands and the table.

    Recipe #12879

    So yummy and quite healthy: 84 calories each, 1 g of fat. From Cooking Light's November 2000 issue (my favorite issue)

    Recipe #90003

    Recipe #10839

    5 Reviews |  By Kimke

    These are delicious with coffee and great as gifts.

    Recipe #74602

    2 Reviews |  By najwa

    You can make orange biscotti by substituting the lemon zest and extract with orange.

    Recipe #78101

    Another recipe from Martha, I used the Sambuca!

    Recipe #79266

    These have a wonderful orange scent as they bake, and they taste just as good!

    Recipe #80511

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