Simple, and delicious - my favourite kind of recipe! I made them as per the recipe, only adding 1/2 cup of peanut butter chips - 1/4 cup to the batter, and 1/4 cup to the top. The instructions were bang on - but I don't know if it's my oven, but next time I'll reduce the 2nd & 3rd baking times to 10-15 minutes, as they came out a little darker than I'd like. DH was supposed to take these in to share with his co-workers today, but conveniently forgot... he thinks they're perfect on the go breakfast food! Made for PRMR Tag. Thanks for posting this excellent recipe, Hokies!
In the oven right now, smell wonderful. Whole family sitting in kitchen waiting for the testing. Easy to make! Dough a little crumbly to work with but softened up as it cooked.
This is a great biscotti recipe for breakfast. I added some mini chocolate chips to appeal to my picky daughter, and she took the bait! Thanks so much.
Oh yummmm! I made a few changes to suit my diet. Used 1 c. whole wheat flour & 1 1/4 c. unbleached all purpose flour, 1/3 c. agave nectar / maple syrup blend (ran out of agave nectar) & 3 whole eggs instead of 2 whole / 2 whites. Plus I added about 3 handfuls of carob chips. Oh my goodness...I'm in heaven! Thanks so much for an easy, tasty biscotti recipe. In the future I'll probably try it with almond butter or sunflower butter instead as it's easier for your system to digest.
This was great! I made it for Christmas because my dad loves biscotti, and this recipe had even less of the bad oils and fats. It was a huge hit, and fairly simple to make. The only change I made was to add some chocolate chips. Thanks!