In Italian, biscotti refers to biscuits or cookies. In the U.S. they have become known as a very crisp and often elongated cookie often containing nuts and sometimes flavored with anise. Among our many biscotti recipes, you'll find one that's sure to become your favorite.

Nutty Biscotti

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Nut lovers will savor this Italian cookie. Serve it with coffee for breakfast or as dessert.

Maple-Pecan Biscotti

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Maple syrup and pecans give an American accent to a classic Italian cookie.

Biscotti Gone Bananas


A banana bread mix and dried cranberries make these Italian cookies easy to prepare.

Almond Biscotti

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Each crisp biscotti is low-fat, yet luscious. This recipe is easily adjusted to accommodate almonds, hazelnuts, pistachios, or cashews.

Italian Nut Biscotti Sticks

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Cornmeal adds crunch, lemon adds zip, and nuts add richness to Italy's ultimate dipping cookie.

Lemon-Pistachio Biscotti

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This Italian cookie is filled with pistachio nuts, so it's rich enough for dessert.

Holiday Biscotti

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For a homemade Christmas gift, wrap up these crisp, fruity treats. They're especially good with coffee.

Christmas Pudding

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Bittersweet Chocolate Biscotti

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Need a chocolate fix? Serve this double-chocolate biscotti with a piping hot mug of mocha.

Gone Bananas Biscotti

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Passover Mandel Bread

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Two-Tone Biscotti

Diabetic Living

The flavors of decadent rich chocolate and delicate orange meet in this cookie. Enjoy this sweet treat for a snack or dessert.

Cornmeal-Chili Pepper Biscotti

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Serve this savory cookie as an appetizer or with a steaming cup of soup or chili.

Apples and Oats Biscotti

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With lots of apples and oats, these biscotti are like apple crisp in cookie form. Serve for breakfast, dessert, or a snack with a mug of hot spiced cider.

Double-Chocolate Peppermint Biscotti

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Chocolate-Cranberry Biscotti

Midwest Living

To make these Italian cookies more of a dessert, drizzle them with icing.

Cinnamon-Nut Biscotti

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If you love biscotti with your coffee, here's a cookie recipe that lets you indulge. Flavored ground coffee colors these twice baked cookies that are filled with hazelnuts and cinnamon chips.

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