Our Best Biscotti Recipes
"Biscotti" is an Italian word referring to hard, crunchy, twice-baked cookies. We think you'll agree that after one bite of these decadent homemade biscotti recipes, you'll feel as though you're sitting in a quaint Italian café.
Iced Gingerbread Biscotti
Homemade biscotti? No problem! We love that these gingerbread beauties taste just as good as if they were from a luxurious cafe. As a tip, be sure to let the cookie logs cool after the first bake so they slice cleanly and don't crumble.
Enjoy delicious Coconut-Almond Biscotti with your favorite cup of joe for a tropical and refreshing morning treat.
These biscotti can be kept for weeks in an airtight container, but are pretty enough to be wrapped in clear plastic with a ribbon and given as a gift. And did we mention they're gluten-free?
During the colder weather, we're huge fans of pumpkin anything, whether that's pumpkin breads, cookies, or cakes, but if you're never tried pumpkin biscotti, you're in for a treat!
Kevin Sbraga varies these wonderful nutty biscotti, sometimes dipping them in melted dark chocolate for an extra layer of flavor.
These biscotti are crumbly delivery systems for chewy apricot bits, hunks of dark chocolate, and crunchy almonds.
These biscotti bring together the warm flavors of cardamom with the crunch of pistachios.
Pine Nut Biscotti
Crunchy and lightly sweet, these are great with espresso or French roast coffee after dinner. Though any nuts will work, pine nuts offer sophisticated taste.
Fresh ginger delivers a bit of spice to this traditional Italian cookie. Gingerbread Biscotti are perfect with a warm cup of joe, spiced cider, or hot chocolate.
Pistachio Cherry Biscotti
For crunchier biscotti, bake an additional 5 to 10 minutes. Store at room temperature for up to one week; for longer storage, wrap airtight and freeze. Prep: 20 minutes, Bake: 50 minutes.
To toast the hazelnuts that go into this decadent biscotti recipe, place whole nuts in a baking pan and bake in a 350° oven until golden brown under skins. You can store these chocolate-coated cookies airtight for up to 3 days.
Orange-Infused Cherry-Almond Biscotti
You can make these cookies up to a week ahead and store them at room temperature in an airtight container. When buying dried cherries, look for those without added sugar. Serve with coffee or tea.
Standing the cookies eliminates the traditional step of flipping them halfway through baking. Chocolate lovers can stir 1/2 cup mini chocolate chips into the batter or dip half of each cookie into melted chocolate.
A warm addition to the breakfast spread, these cinnamon and chocolate biscotti pair perfectly with a hot cup of coffee or tea.
Our Test Kitchens staffers found that using a serrated knife works best for cutting the rolls after the first bake time. If you're a fan of dried cranberries, they make a great substitute for dried cherries.
The perfect pairing for coffee or tea, these biscotti cookies feature Frangelico, a hazelnut-flavored liqueur.