7 Reviews

The biscotti I made using this recipe was unblievably good! I planned to make these for an Italian dinner party I was going to have. So, I made one recipe and my friends devoured all the cookies immediately. I made another recipe the next day and they were the hit of the party! Unbelievably delicious. I also added about 1/3 cup chopped candied ginger (since it was dusted with white sugar, I also removed a couple of Tablespoons of white sugar), and people totally loved the cookies. Without being told they could, they each packed up some cookies to take home, leaving just one for me! So now I need to make more, but I think I'll wait...otherwise I'll eat them all by myself. Great, great recipe. I would give it 10 stars if I could! Thank you Charlotte J!!

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Soygal November 01, 2011

Lovely biscotti. I double baked these and they are wonderful. Didn't dip in choc. as I thought they were so rich even without. May add crystalized ginger also next time.

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adopt a greyhound June 05, 2011

These have to be one of the best Biscotti recipes I've tried. I made these twice. The first time I followed the recipe but baked and sliced them like a biscotti and they turned out delicious but a bit too stong on clove and ginger for my taste The second batch I omitted the clove all together and added only 1ts of ginger and with these changes I thought the taste was phenomenal, the white chocolate flavor really stood out. A Keeper for Sure, thank you for posting!

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Crustee March 14, 2009

OMG!! YUM!! In the midst of my holiday baking I decided I did not want to roll out gingerbread men. Needing a spice cookie for my holiday baskets I turned to recipezaar. These cookies are the best. Very easy to make and tasty tasty. I have never had the commercial brand but I am sure these would blow them away!

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Bobbie537 December 23, 2008

Easily one of THE BEST biscotti recipes I have ever tried (and I make about 2-3 different kinds every week!). They taste like a cross between a gingersnap and pumpkin pie. Heavenly! I didn't have allspice or cloves, so I use 3/4 tsp. pumpkin pie spice. I divided the dough into 2 logs and baked for 25 minutes (I'd suggest going for about 30, since mine were a touch raw inside) and then sliced and baked 7 minutes on each side. Thanks for sharing!!

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sweet tooth 23 September 23, 2008

I've never had the commercial biscotti that this is inspired by, but this was awesome...I used a little more ground ginger since I didn't have allspice, and I didn't get a chance to dip them in the white chocolate since hubby made off with half the batch, but I'm sure that would be even better. Thanks for a great recipe...I'll definitely be adding it to my rotation!

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velorutionista August 21, 2007

I think this recipe is much better then the orginal nonni biscotti. I've had both and this recipe has way more flavour then the nonni brand. I also like that I don't have to bake the biscotti twice. I feel it isn't necessary. I've sent this recipe to lots of my friends and they love the Biscotti as well. Thankyou very much for posting this recipe. DeeDee

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ddkeir November 27, 2004
Ginger Biscotti With White Chocolate