I got rave reviews from my family when I made these. I will be making them all year. This is my first time making biscottis and I thought they were very easy. I made them with almonds the first time and did not chop almonds enough. When I sliced them the almonds were hard to cut thru.
noreenm Posted: 12/18/09
HollyHopster Posted: 12/09/08
These are great! I'm making them for a holiday cookie exchange. I followed the recipe, then dunked one end of each into melted white chocolate.
Hello1111 Posted: 11/15/09
This biscotti is truly outstanding. I substitued thinly chopped pecans for pistachios this morning and that worked perfectly. They are so delicious and I am sure I will make them often and will probaly give them as gifts. I can't say enough about how great they really are. I am so glad to have this recipe.
DebbieEff Posted: 12/11/09
Best biscotti I have ever tasted. The orange extract really gives it a distinctive flavor, and the pistachios add a nice Christmasy color. It's good to have a helper when transferring the logs to the tray. Time-consuming but so worth it!
PaulaLumsden Posted: 12/04/12
brencali Posted: 11/26/12
I made these using mandarin glazed pistachios. Awesome!
Becky96 Posted: 11/03/13
These are really great as they are - but I tweaked them using Cointreau instead of orange extract and added in some chopped white chocolate. Yummy!!