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really tasty and easy. After much searching I finally found a perfect biscotti pan on amazon.com. It's made by USA pans and has a ribbed silicone layer. With a light coat of spray the biscotti popped right out. The full recipe fits just right, no shaping etc. No I'm not selling anything,just wanted to share a great find.

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lorinoble February 22, 2010

YUM! I've never made biscotti before and chose this recipe to try because I love nutella. These were delish! I've made this recipe twice now. I formed the dough into 3 logs, each 1" thick. Also, I had to increase the initial bake time from 20 minutes to 25 minutes (stick a toothpick in the center & when it comes out clean you are good to go!) After cutting the biscotti I baked it again for 14 minutes on each side. I didn't have hazelnuts but added white chocolate chips. Thanks Ginny for this recipe - it's a definite keeper!!

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Foodie Blog Stalker March 10, 2010

I added a little more flour and used white choc chips instead, and made this recipe into cookies. They were delicous!!

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roxy_froggy25 March 17, 2008

My daughter loves Nutella, so I made this biscotti recipe to send to her at college. They have a great flavor and are quite crunchy. I posted a couple photos. You'll see that I added white chocolate chips. A couple tips: press down a bit on your pre-baked "logs" but if you compress them to 1/2" thickness, as stated, they will be very very thin. I would only compress to about 1". Also, after forming the logs, brush off any excess flour (just a little water on a pastry brush) because leftover flour looks white on the finished biscotti.

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Cookin'Diva February 15, 2007

Love this recipe, very good flavor and great with coffee. I usually use almonds if I don't have hazelnuts on hand.

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COMOCOOK December 23, 2013

These are perfect! Easy and very tastey! I used mini chocolate chips, otherwise I followed the recipe exactly. Thank you for posting!

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katie in the UP December 24, 2012

just did this recipe today, it was good but not one of my favorites,I was out of hazelnuts, that may have made a big difference. I willtry it again with the nuts and see if that makes a difference.Thanks for the recipe. Gemstone sal *

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gemstonesal January 11, 2012

I make biscotti often and this recipe is not correct. You need to add 1 cup of Nutella and bake for 30 minutes. I tried exactly the way it was submitted and after 20 minutes when I tried to cut them they were raw inside and a mess to cut. The 1/2 cup of Nutella is not enough, because they need a fat so that they are not hard. Mine were the texture of a dog biscuit, but the flavor was good.

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FlowerPower69 December 22, 2011

Messy to make, but gives a nice quantity of biscotti and very chocolaty. I used the chips and the nuts. I aslo dried them out for a bit longer than stated in the oven. Really flour your hands well when you work with the very wet dough.

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Kasha November 11, 2009

This recipe is perfect! The biscottis came out rich, choclatey and very very delicious. I ate one about 2 weeks after I made them and it was still very very good! This is def. a go to recipe. thank you!

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Jam and Tea November 07, 2009
Nutella Biscotti