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This was such an easy recipe! I'm glad I read the reviews. I did spray my baking sheet AND hands with cooking spray. I also baked the first time for 30 minutes the first time and 20 the second. I also ended up dipping them half way up in melted chocolate and let harden. AWESOME!
Too hard for our liking!
When I make these again I will use parchement paper underneath the logs.
Made these to use with the chocolate fountain the boys gave me for Christmas. Wonderful, rich flavor. I cooked them a little too long the 2nd time, so they were really crunchy; however, with the addition of the chocolate coating from the fountain, they were perfect. Will definitely be making these again!
Very Great! The dough was a little sticky even though I didn't use all of the water. My only recommendation is PAM your hands before forming the logs. We sprinkled the top of the logs with sugar before putting in the oven. Baked for 30 mins @ 350, then 26 mins @ 300 (flipping once). Thanks!
These were absolutely delicious biscotti. I had a bit of trouble with the dough, at first. It was really thin and runny; when I put it on the baking sheet in two logs, they quickly formed one large log! However, they cooked just fine, and the flavor more than made up for the trouble I had! Thanks so much for the recipe.
Because peanut butter is one of my big faves, I tried these last weekend 8/20/06 and they are delicious. I also substitute 3/4 cup of the flour with whole wheat flour and they came out fine. I also used unbleached flour, and Adam's chunky peanut butter. Delicious. I must note, however, that 40 minutes at 350 actually burned one of the logs' bottom [however, I just sliced that off and proceeded to bake the cut slices.] Watch those logs as they bake! I would say that it only needed about 20 minutes rather than 40. The other two logs were fine, so the rack level may have had something to do with it also. They are delicious! Thanks