3 Reviews

FABULOUS! We LOVED it! And these are very addictive! This was my 1st time in making biscotti and I am so glad I chose this recipe! I was amazed at how easy it is to make, the dough was easy to work with, no mess and the baking time was spot on. I didn't have slivered almonds, so used whole almonds chopped up and lightly toasted. The smell was absolutely divine when baking! I used the double-boiler method to melt the chocolate. DD helped me with the chocolate drizzle and so some were dunked into the chocolate and the rest drizzled! Thank you, Clare, for sharing your wonderful recipe. I definitely will be making this again! Updated: to add I made a batch for one of DH's classes, and they loved it too!!!

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Aaliyah's&Aaron'sMum March 28, 2008

Wonderful, recipe!! Beautiful cookie instead of the drizzle I just rolled the logs in raw sugar and they came out sparkling. I also used mini chocolate chips instead of the chocolate shavings just cause I thought they would be easier and used about 1/2 cup of almonds because I love them. I might next time just cut back on the coffee granules as I like a little less coffee flavor, all and all a beautiful cookie. Thank you for the recipe.

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Take a Letter Maria March 27, 2008

I used this recipe for a cookie exchange last christmas. They turned out fantastic and were a huge hit!! It was my second time making the recipe because of how much I enjoyed them the first time. With the semisweet chocolate, I also mixed in some shaved cinnamon morsels as well - this added really nice flavor!

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ladyrai January 27, 2012
Mocha Almond Biscotti With Chocolate Drizzle