Honey Oat Biscotti

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  • Preheat oven to 375 F. (will be turned down to 300F. for second baking.)
  • Cream butter.
  • Beat in honey, eggs and vanilla.
  • Combine flour, cinnamon, baking powder, baking soda and salt; mix well.
  • St into butter mixture. Stir in oats and nuts.
  • On greased baking sheet, shape dough into 2 (10x3x1-inch) logs.
  • Bake at 375 F. for 12-15 minutes, or until lightly browned.
  • Cool 5 minutes; remove to cutting board.
  • Cut each log into 1/2-inch strips; place on cookie sheet. Bake at 300F., 25-30 minutes or until crisp throughout strip.

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  1. Just made these tonight. I substituted 1 cup of white whole wheat flour. They have a nice flavor - not very sweet, but hearty and healthy tasting. I wish mine had turned out a bit crisper...they just wouldn't do it! They're definitely firm, just not totally dry like I like. Oh well, I'll keep trying. Nice recipe - thank you!
  2. The cookies were crumbly when I was slicing them.I also reduced the cinnaon by 2 teaspoons, and I had only half a cup of honey,so I added a little sugar to make up for the sweetness.I am thinking maybe that is why the cookies were a little crumbly.My two year old just nibbled away at them though.That says a lot-the recipe is very good.
  3. I wasn't a big fan of these, but when I gave them away, everyone else loved them. Mine turned out a bit too crumbly--I am not sure why...
  4. Exccellent, I was sure the kids would hate it, but they LOVED IT!! And I feel good giving them such a healthy treat!
  5. I was looking for a nutfree biscotti recipe that was would have crunch. I made this twice and it was a real hit. They seems to get better after a few days - the honey flavor gets stronger. The only changes I made was to add more flour as i shaped them and I divided the dough into four sections to make smaller biscotti. For a little interest, I added 1/2 T. of anise seed and dribbled a light anise glaze over finished cookies.



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