Take the classic biscotti to the next level with these pistachios-filled, orange-flavored, chocolate-dipped cookies.
Often enjoyed with a glass of Marsala, these crisp cookies are made with honey and saffron and crusted in sesame seeds.
The famous Vin Santo wine ranges from dry to sweet and is a perfect match to the sweet Cantucci.
Biscotti – the cookie that feels so wrong as you make it: it goes against every typical cookie recipe, because you bake it, slice it and then bake it again, to the point where it’s a cookie rock. But that’s what coffee is for. To tenderize that cookie rock so that you can savor the sweet delicate flavor of it.
The traditional flavors for these twice-baked cookies are anise and almond but chocolate with pistachio makes for a delicious treat to dip into your coffee.
Almond Biscotti are truly simple to make. Having learned this recipe from my mom, it’s quickly become my “go-to” biscotti recipe.
Golden brown biscotti from Sicily are just a bit rustic with almonds and a beautiful orange blossom and spiced scent.
Biscotti are the traditional, authentic, Italian cookie. Enjoy authentic anise biscotti with tea, espresso or a glass of milk.
Spiced Chocolate Almond Biscotti really elevate a traditional biscotti recipe. The spice mixture accentuates and compliments the nutty, chocolate base.
If you have ever been to Italy, you know that breakfast is done a little differently. No scrambled eggs or pancakes, instead there are cookies like these gluten free ritornelli cookies.
Need a go-to cookie? Try this served with a refreshing ice cream after a big dinner or with a morning coffee.
Whip up these pistachio and hazelnut biscotti, make yourself a cappuccino and start dunking.
Filled with vegetables, a sausage polenta bake is a perfect holiday main dish or side. With after dinner espressos, serve whole wheat chocolate hazelnut biscotti for a delicious nutty finish.
A simple spaghetti and meatball recipe is revamped with pumpkin and served as an elegant meal with a sweet finish of chocolate dipped gingerbread biscotti.
Naturally gluten free chocolate biscotti is baked twice and then dipped in a rich chocolate coating for a double chocolate bite.
These biscotti are citrusy and light with a crunch of sesame and warm cardamom. They’re crunchy until dipped into a hot drink, then they melt in your mouth.
Make rich, vegan biscotti with coconut milk, hazelnuts, and plenty of dark chocolate. Your morning coffee just got the best sidekick ever.
Start your morning with a piping hot cafecito and a few Espresso Cherry Biscotti made with crunchy pistachios, dried cherries and instant espresso.
Spelt biscotti with a hint of lemon, honey, and spiced with cinnamon for a perfect pair with tea.
These classic Italian cookies pair perfectly with a cup of coffee on the weekends and make a great homemade gift for the holidays.
When you HAVE to wear socks in your house to stop from getting pneumonia – even with the heating on. That’s when I like to have a cup of black coffee with a hazelnut, cinnamon and chocolate Biscotti.
Rather than compliment the pumpkin base with the classic spice pairing these biscotti offset the autumnal flavor with almond meal and a chocolate drizzle.
Enjoy an awesome and healthy chocolate biscotti recipe from Kelly Morisson.
Bright clementine zest and warm cinnamon, sweetened with pomegranate syrup in a delightful biscotti.
Emiko Davies serves up a batch of chestnut biscotti that would be perfect as a dinner party gift.
These biscotti are perfect as a little gift for neighbors, teachers or anyone who you want to share a lovely treat during the holidays with.