7 Reviews

Love this recipe! I had trouble stirring the dough, though, so now I let my food processor do the work. Grind the almonds, dump in the dry ingrediates, then pour in the wet, processing until the dough is crumbly. I add raw almonds last and briefly process again to chop a few of them I take handfuls of the crumbly dough and press it into logs on a prepared baking sheet - works really well and is EASY. Try these with cinnamon tea. Thanks for sharing this recipe!!

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LazyMags May 02, 2010

Nice and crisp! Great for soaking up coffee. Very sweet, though, so leave the coffee black to balance it out. Oh, and you'd have to make 4 logs of very small biscotti to get 48.

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analog kid June 15, 2009

I originally found this Nick Malgieri recipe in Bonnie Stern's Simply HeartSmart Cooking and it's one of my favourites. I frequently make them as gifts because they're very attractive and they package well. They're a bit of work, but the wonderful honey almond flavour make them worth the effort.

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Waterskater August 07, 2007

These are awesome. I love making them, they look like they were store bought.

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Strwbrrykisses July 23, 2007

very good! i forgot to add the cinnamon, and they still turned out well. the only problem was getting 48 servings out of it.

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christenyoung June 21, 2007

these were absolutely delicious, they went down in minutes,especially with my calorie counting friends... I shall make agin for sure Thank you

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becki in Israel April 04, 2007

I liked it...good flavor and easy to make

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sthowe February 10, 2006
Honey Almond Biscotti